The pressure is on for the new athletic director at the University of Colorado.
A member of the University of Colorado Buffaloes football team was arrested after an altercation involving police in Boulder.
Saturday night’s loss by CU to Arizona was the worst in the four-year era of coach Tad Boyle. But for if any reason he needs a reminder of how to bounce back from adversity, he needs to look no further than guard Askia Booker.
University of Colorado athletic director Rick George unveiled a strategic plan Wednesday that includes a goal of having the Buffaloes football team compete in the Pac-12 championship game by 2017.
Mike MacIntyre’s second class of recruits at Colorado includes wide receiver Shay Fields, whom he compares to NFL-bound Paul Richardson, nine other California kids – and his own son, Jay.
Nick Johnson scored 18 points, Brandon Ashley added 15 and top-ranked Arizona remained unbeaten with a 69-57 win over Colorado on Thursday night.
Guard Spencer Dinwiddie was hurt and Washington ran away from No. 15 Colorado for a 71-54 victory Sunday.
The Buffaloes made all 26 of their free throws, the most in a game without a miss in school history, and CU finished strong to beat Georgia 84-70 on Saturday night.
Markel Brown scored 23 points and had 11 rebounds to lead No. 7 Oklahoma State over CU, snapping the Buffaloes’ 10-game winning streak.
Spencer Dinwiddie scored 19 of his game-high 28 points in the second half leading CU to a 67-62 victory over in-state rival CSU Tuesday night.