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//posted 3.15.2017

Disappointing season comes to a disappointing end, a 79-74 loss to Central Florida in first round of NIT

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After a frustrating February, Buffs still have plenty to play for in March … Tad Boyle: “On any given night we can beat anybody, we know that”

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The month of January was tough of the Buffs, with Colorado opening Pac-12 play with an 0-7 record, including a one-point loss to Arizona State and back-to-back overtime losses to Washington and Washington State – all on the road … The Buffs did finish the month on a high note, however, knocking off No. 10 Oregon at home, giving CU a 7-0 all-time record at home against the Ducks …

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Buffs fall to Rams, 72-58 … Boyle: “We weren’t mentally tough enough” … CU women 7-0 after 112-54 rout

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Buffs make it through the first half of the Pac-12 campaign with a 4-5 conference record. With star center Josh Scott out for all but two games, and Xavier Johnson out for four, the Buffs struggled on both offense and defense, with Askia Booker called upon to take on an even greater burden. The highlight for Booker, a 43-point performance in CU’s triple-overtime win over USC …

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Colorado stumbles to the end of the 2014 calendar with a 7-5 non-conference record, including a fourth place finish in the Diamond Head Classic in Honolulu

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Colorado opens the season with great hope and promise. A dominating late-night win over Auburn in the ESPN Tip-Off Marathon gets the Buffs off to a good start, but an embarrassing loss to Wyoming (with the Buffs scoring only 33 points in the game; nine points in the second half) has Buff fans wondering if the preseason hype the Buffs received was deserved …

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Let The Games Begin

//posted 10.13.2014

CU ranked in the top 20 in preseason magazines. The question for the Buffs at the opening of the 2014-15 season: Can CU live up to its No. 2 billing in the Pac-12? …

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Colorado survives another round of bracketology to earn a third straight bid to the NCAA tournament, but Pittsburgh ends the Buffs’ season with an early exit from the Big Dance

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Colorado reinvents itself without its leader, Spencer Dinwiddie, holding its own in the heart of the Pac-12 Conference season

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Colorado takes down No. 6 Kansas and picks up a big win over CSU on the road, as the Buffs finish non-conference play with an 11-2 record and a great deal of momentum …

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Non-conference play hits full stride, with CU picking up wins over Harvard and UC-Santa Barbara … CU women continue to move up in the polls …

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ARCHIVED GAME OF THE WEEK
1990 Pigskin Classic v. Tennessee ends in a tie Buffs fail to hold a lead; 31-31 tie may have cost CU an undisputed national title READ