Nobody's Laughing At Buffaloes' Lofty Goals This TimeJust like last year, Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre has declared that the Buffaloes' goal is to play in the Pac-12 title game.
MacIntyre, Bobo Have High Expectations For Teams This YearThere are a little more than six weeks before the Rocky Mountain Showdown invades Mile High.
As Draft Approaches, Nuggets Work Out CU Buffaloes' Derrick WhiteFormer University of Colorado Buffalo Derrick White hit the court for the Denver Nuggets workout on Monday.
Regents Suspend Chancellor, Discipline Coach Over Domestic Violence ProbeCU's chancellor has been suspended and Buffaloes football coach Mike MacIntyre was also punished as part of a domestic violence probe.
CU Defensive Back Isaiah Oliver Brings Football And Track TogetherColorado Buffaloes' Isaiah Oliver is one of the team's top returning players on defense and a future NFL draft pick. He's also a track star.
Buffaloes Among The 10-Win College Football Teams Likely To Slip Back In 2017The Buffaloes were one of 2016's best turnaround teams, winning the Pac-12 South.
University Of Colorado's Ralphie IV Passes AwayThe University of Colorado in Boulder is mourning the loss of one of its former mascots.
White Scores 31 But CU Falls To Arizona In Pac-12 TournamentThe hot-shooting, seventh-ranked Wildcats beat the Buffaloes 92-78 in a Pac-12 quarterfinal on Thursday night at T-Mobile Arena.
Plum, Osahor, Lead No. 11 Washington Past Colorado 79-46Kelsey Plum eventually continued her march toward the all-time career scoring mark, but the path was made much easier by Chantel Osahor.
Washington Basketball Player Slaps Colorado HecklerWashington Huskies forward Malik Dime slapped a heckler during halftime of Thursday night's loss at Colorado.
Colorado Brings In D.J. Eliot As Defensive CoordinatorThe Colorado Buffaloes have brought in D.J. Eliot to serve as their defensive coordinator and linebackers coach.
Former Buff Richardson Becomes Latest Seattle Receiver To Break Out In PostseasonIt's become a pretty common occurrence for a lesser-known Seattle Seahawks receiver to break out in the postseason and Saturday night, it was Paul Richardson's turn.