Monthly Archives: January 2011

Farewell Waco

WACO, Texas — Well, Waco is in the rear-view. I probably won’t be back here considering Colorado’s move to the Pac-12. But I’d have to say the home of the Baylor Bears gets a bad wrap from my peers who … Continue reading

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KU game sold out

Colorado’s game against No. 2 Kansas next Tuesday night at the Coors Events Center is sold out. Here is the athletic department press release with information about parking: The Colorado vs. Kansas men’s basketball game on Tuesday, January 25, 2011 … Continue reading

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My AP ballot

Colorado was in the “also receiving votes” portion of this week’s Associated Press top-25 poll that has just been released. The Buffs were 30th with 78 votes. CU was No. 23 on my ballot after starting Big 12 play 3-0 … Continue reading

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Where are they now? Ex-Buffs update

It has been a tough year for former Colorado head coaches. Ricardo Patton’s four-year rebuilding project at Northern Illinois is not going well as the Huskies are 5-9 overall and 1-1 in the MAC. That includes a 97-61 loss to … Continue reading

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Breakfast with Boyle

Colorado head coach Tad Boyle will be participating in some “meet-and-greet” breakfasts over the next month for fans interested in chatting with the bench boss about Buffs hoops. The first breakfast will be hosted by the Longmont Chamber of Conference … Continue reading

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Burks honored by Big 12

Alec Burks was named the Big 12 Player of the Week on Monday after scoring a career-high 36 points to lead Colorado to a 89-76 victory over No. 9 Missouri on Saturday in the conference opener. The reigning Big 12 … Continue reading

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Burks on mid-season Wooden watch

Colorado sophomore Alec Burks made the cut as the Wooden Award trimmed its list of candidates down to 30. Cory Higgins, a member of the preseason top-50 list, did not. The Big 12 still has the most players on the … Continue reading

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