On Saturday morning, the Buffs will scrimmage from about 9:15-10:30 a.m. at Coors Events Center. The scrimmage will be free and open to the public.
"We're going to play it like a game," Boyle said. "We're going to have officials. We're going to run our stuff. It's not going to be a dunk-fest or Midnight Madness type of environment. We're going to get after each other and compete."
As of Thursday, Boyle said he wasn't sure how the teams would be divided, but said the assistant coaches might draft teams.
CU does not have any exhibition games this year, so Boyle said this was something he wanted to do for the fans.
"The biggest reasons I'm doing it are, No. 1 to give our fans an opportunity to see our team, and No. 2, our freshman an opportunity to play in front of (fans) before Nov. 8," he said, referring to the season opener against Baylor in Dallas.
Junior guard Askia Booker is likely going to be the only Buff who won't play on Saturday, Boyle said. Booker has been dealing with an illness all week.
Doors will open at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday. Following the scrimmage, the women's basketball team will scrimmage from 10:30-11:30.
The CU football team will play Charleston Southern at Folsom Field at noon.