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    Broussard tackling fundraising challenge with Buffs

    Louisiana native hired to oversee Buff Club
    Ben Broussard could have remained in his comfort zone. Prior to accepting a job at Colorado last fall, Broussard spent more than a decade working at his alma mater, Louisiana State University, raising funds for the athletic department. Full Story
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    Grad transfer option by Stanford's Reid Travis alters Pac-12 hoops landscape

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    Wednesday marked the deadline for players to pull their names from the NBA draft pool, and a few last-minute decisions added new layers of intrigue to a Pac-12 Conference that already was going to look vastly different once the 2018-19 season tips off. Full Story
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    Rooney: NFL's anthem issue a divisive backdrop to spirit of 40th Bolder Boulder

    Freedom in all its forms on display Monday at Folsom Field
    Protests, even silent and peaceful ones, should neither be seen nor heard. That was that resounding message this week from NFL owners, who collectively fanned the flames of an already contentious issue by decreeing any players who wish to continue protesting racial inequity may no longer do so on the field during the pregame rendition of the national anthem. Full Story
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    'We just drove straight to the storm': CU Boulder flies drones in supercell storms

    CU employees, students teamed up with meteorologists from Nebraska, Texas
    As a supercell thunderstorm loomed, Eric Frew drove one of the vehicles in a three-vehicle convoy straight toward it. Full Story
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    College footballImproved Steven Montez leading Buffs this offseason

    Junior threw for 2,975 yards, 18 TDs last season
    Entering his second season as the general of the offense, more is expected of Colorado quarterback Steven Montez, and he's ready for the challenge. Full Story
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    CU Buffs commit Daylen Kountz focused on learning college game

    'Elite-level athlete' is strong in open floor but working on half court skills
    Maybe it will be a necessary conversation further down the road, before the lights go on for the 2018-19 season and Daylen Kountz officially takes his place as the latest homegrown talent in coach Tad Boyle's rotation. Full Story
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    Famous bidders lining up to buy Clippers

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