Monthly Archives: March 2010

What the Farokhmanesh?

I’m mad at myself for not being bolder with my brackets this March. After seeing Kansas play the Buffs in person twice and then cruise through the Big 12 tournament, I had the Jayhawks beating Kentucky in the national title … Continue reading

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K-Mac’s last stand?

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — If Kathy McConnell-Miller is worried about her job she isn’t showing it. The fifth-year Colorado women’s basketball coach put the Buffs through a spirited workout on Wednesday night here at Municipal Auditorium. McConnell-Miller’s boss, athletic director … Continue reading

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CU-Texas Tech, Part II

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Welcome to the opening round of the Big 12 tournament at the Sprint Center. Colorado and Texas Tech will meet for the second time in four days to open the proceedings in a little an hour. … Continue reading

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Burks honored, Higgins snubbed

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Greetings from the Sprint Center. Alec Burks, for one, isn’t in awe of the plush downtown arena or the Big 12 tournament stage. “It’s just a gym to me,” Colorado’s gifted freshman said after Tuesday’s practice. … Continue reading

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Burks is Big 12 freshman of the year

Those who have been following the Buffs all season at the Coors Events Center have known this for some time. But now it’s official: Alec Burks is the Big 12 freshman of the year. Burks, who became CU’s all-time leading … Continue reading

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Buffs-Red Raiders: Act I

Greetings from the Coors Events Center! Well, as expected, Oklahoma lost its regular-season finale this morning against No. 23 Texas A&M. That means Colorado and Texas Tech, set to wrap up the regular season here in about an hour, will … Continue reading

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Live from Lincoln

LINCOLN, Neb. — Greetings from the Devaney Center! Well, this is the Buffs’ final chance to earn a Big 12 road victory. And their best chance. Nebraska is 2-12 in the conference and lost 72-60 at the Coors Events Center … Continue reading

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