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Dream nearing reality for former Buffs cornerback Isaiah Oliver

Cornerback could hear name called during first round of NFL draft on Thursday
For Isaiah Oliver, the dream of playing in the National Football League was born not long after he was in the fall of 1996. Full Story
PAC-12 NEWS
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Pac-12 basketball hopes to shake off woeful postseason showing

League's hoops programs suffered quick exits in NCAA, NIT
The Big Dance is nearing its crescendo. Meanwhile, with the focus of the sports world squarely tuned to college basketball, the best teams in the Pac-12 Conference already are back at home, licking their wounds from a tough season on and off the court in 2017-18 while attempting to regroup by next fall. Full Story
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Rooney: Losing players just part of modern culture in college hoops

APR concerns make European recruits more attractive
Lazar Nikolic and his tantalizing, if as yet untapped, potential are gone. The Serbian guard wasn't the first European player to leave coach Tad Boyle's program early. Full Story
CU NEWS
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Bach Festival director to guest conduct Handel opera at CU Boulder

'Ariodante' said to include masterful music, great story
George Frideric Handel — an immortal composer by any standard — wrote over 40 operas. For much of his career, they were his primary source of income and recognition. But these operas — written in Italian by a German for English audiences — are still in the process of rehabilitation after much neglect. His English sacred oratorios and instrumental music are far better known. Full Story
FOOTBALL
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Dream nearing reality for former Buffs cornerback Isaiah Oliver

Cornerback could hear name called during first round of NFL draft on Thursday
For Isaiah Oliver, the dream of playing in the National Football League was born not long after he was in the fall of 1996. Full Story
Men's Basketball
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Rooney: Losing players just part of modern culture in college hoops

APR concerns make European recruits more attractive
Lazar Nikolic and his tantalizing, if as yet untapped, potential are gone. The Serbian guard wasn't the first European player to leave coach Tad Boyle's program early. Full Story
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  • Sept. 9 - Colorado 37, Texas State 3
  • Sept. 16 - Colorado 41, Northern Colorado 21
  • Sept. 23 - No. 7 Washington 37, Colorado 10
  • Sept. 30 - UCLA 27, Colorado 23
  • Oct. 7 - Arizona 45, Colorado 42
  • Oct. 14 - Colorado 36, Oregon State 33
  • Oct. 21 - No. 15 Washington State 28, Colorado 0
  • Oct. 28 - Colorado 44, California 28
  • Nov. 4 - Arizona State 41, Colorado 30
  • Nov. 11 - No. 15 USC 38, Colorado 24
  • Nov. 25 - Utah 34, Colorado 13
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Are car keys a thing of the past?

The furor over General Motors' deadly ignition switch has the potential to doom the car key, a technology drivers have been using for 65 years. Full Story
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Famous bidders lining up to buy Clippers

Billionaires, entertainers and athletes alike announced their intentions to pursue the Los Angeles Clippers with varying degrees of seriousness Wednesday, proving the longtime losers will be quite a prize if the NBA is able to wrest control of the team away from Donald Sterling after his lifetime ban for racist remarks. Full Story
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Louis CK is back and grumpier than ever

Louie, who (like Louis) is a New York comic and a divorced father of two daughters, knows struggle and angst and cloudy wonderment. He views life through eyes with a stricken look, dwelling in a state of comfortable dread. Full Story