Young Buffs Try To Rebound After Missing Tournament Year AgoThe Colorado Buffaloes rode bikes on a sightseeing excursion through the streets of Florence, Italy, during a basketball trip over the summer. They recently played some spirited paintball, too.
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.
Derrick White A Bright Spot In Probable Lost Season For BuffsIt's hard to pin CU's struggles on senior guard Derrick White, a Division II transfer who's excelled in his only season of Division I basketball.
CU Pulls Away From Stanford In 91-72 WinPassing the ball with aplomb and showing a zeal for sharing the load offensively brought out the best in Colorado.
CU Beats No. 10 Oregon 74-65, Ends Ducks' Streak At 17An early barrage of 3-pointers caught No. 10 Oregon by surprise. What really rattled the Ducks was Colorado's steady, stifling defense.
Johnson's 27 Points Helps Colorado Beat Wofford 75-60Colorado fifth-year senior Xavier Johnson looks like he's rounded back into form for the Buffaloes.
Buffs Have X-Factor Back With Return Of Xavier JohnsonWhen Colorado coach Tad Boyle draws up Xs and Os this season, he will actually have "X" -- Xavier Johnson, the do-everything player who's known simply as "X'' to his teammates.
Tad Boyle: CU Men's Basketball Team Is 'Overrated'There's a lot of hype surrounding the CU Buffaloes men's basketball team, but Coach Tad Boyle isn't buying it just yet.
Pizza, Beer And Sports Come Together For 'Coaches Vs. Cancer'Some of the top names in Colorado sports came together for pizza and beer for the Coaches vs. Cancer fundraiser on Wednesday.
Tad Boyle Knows How Buffs Can Replace Josh Scott's ProductionUniversity of Colorado basketball coach Tad Boyle says despite losing star forward Josh Scott the future looks bright for his team next season.
Boyle Frustrated By Some Hoops Programs That 'Live In The Gray Area'Two of the four schools in this weekend's Final Four have recently run into trouble with the NCAA.
Buffs Blow 11-Point Halftime Lead, Fall To UConn 74-67Rodney Purvis, Daniel Hamilton and a stifling defense carried Connecticut back from an 11-point first-half deficit, giving the Huskies enough for a 74-67 first-round victory over Colorado.

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