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College basketballCU men's basketball: Buffs hope to claw their way out of muck
CU aims to bounce back at home against Washington schools
After suffering their first two-game road sweep in Pac-12 Conference play, the Colorado Buffaloes have abruptly moved from the league's pack of front-runners to a spot "in the muck," according to head coach Tad Boyle. Full Story
Cal recruiting: Receivers highlight 25-player class
The Cal football program and coach Sonny Dykes announced its 25-player signing day class on Wednesday, with one unsurprising defection, two last-minute additions and eight players already on campus as midyear enrollees.
(Timothy D. Easley, Associated Press file)
SportsKosmider: Cards stacked against Louisville basketball players
Why are the players the ones who always have to take the brunt of the punishment in these situations?
It's funny how the hammer of justice in college sports always seems to take swings at the group whose interests the system claims to protect first.
University of ColoradoCU-Boulder program helping low-income, first-gen students on path to grad school
Bachelor to Graduate program working with 42 sophomores for three years
The University of Colorado wants to help low-income and first-generation college students think beyond graduation and picture themselves as doctors, lawyers, researchers and entrepreneurs. Full Story
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College footballCU football: Steven Montez eager to seize opportunity in spring
QB plans to show coaches what he can do
After finishing up a recent workout, Colorado quarterback Steven Montez beamed as he talked about the opportunity in front of him this spring. Full Story
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Rooney: Darrin Chiaverini the MVP of Buffs' 2016 class
CU's new recruiting coordinator makes immediate impact
It's difficult to pinpoint another event in all of major college athletics that celebrates the unknown quantity of untapped potential quite like national signing day. Full Story
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