The CU Buffaloes men’s basketball team barely beat the CSU Rams in their annual matchup last year.
Josh Scott was mediocre on Monday and terrific on Tuesday. Same pretty much goes for his teammates, too. But once that clock struck midnight, the Buffaloes turned into a high-flying hoops team.
Mike MacIntyre is concerned about his team’s psyche. The Buffaloes dropped another heartbreaker on Saturday, falling in double overtime to No. 25 UCLA on Brett Hundley’s TD keeper. They also lost 59-56 to Cal in two OTs on Sept. 27
There was a time — five years ago, to be precise — when winning on a consistent basis at Colorado appeared almost improbable and getting fans to regularly attend downright difficult.
It’s rare that the nation’s leading receiver needs an introduction, but what University of Colorado Buffalos wide receiver Nelson Spruce has accomplished so far this year has caught many by surprise, including himself.
Quarterback Brett Hundley had an 8-yard touchdown run in double overtime to give No. 25 UCLA a 40-37 victory over Colorado on Saturday.
Life was anything but good against USC for Colorado (2-5, 0-4), which carried over none of the improvement from one score defeats in its last two Pac-12 games.
The Pac-12 conference has reprimanded and fined Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre $10,000 for conduct toward the officials following the Buffaloes’ loss to Oregon State on Saturday.
Jared Goff threw seven touchdown passes and California used a rare defensive stop and a 34-yard field goal in double overtime from James Langford to snap a 15-game Pac-12 losing streak by beating Colorado 59-56 on Saturday.
Junior Nelson Spruce caught a school record 13 passes for a career-best 172 yards, including a 71-yard touchdown in Colorado’s 21-12 win over scrappy Hawaii on Saturday.