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  1. Personal improvement equals team success for Colorado’s Spencer Dinwiddie

    Sep 22, 2013, 12:45 PM EDT

    Colorado v Illinois

    While the Colorado football team has taken its lumps during the school’s brief run in the Pac-12, the men’s basketball program has seen its fortunes change for the better under head coach Td Boyle. The Buffaloes have reached the NCAA tournament in consecutive season for the first time since accomplishing that feat in 1962 and…

  2. Harvard releases 2013-14 schedule

    Aug 27, 2013, 7:30 PM EDT

    Jonah Travis, Tommy Amaker

    In the most highly anticipated season in Harvard basketball history — in fact, perhaps in Ivy League history — where there is already speculation of the Crimson beginning the season ranked in the Top 25, all but winning the Ivy League, and even making a deep run in the NCAA Tournament, the pressure is also…

  3. Colorado lands significant 2013 commit in George King

    May 12, 2013, 2:15 PM EDT

    San Antonio Express-News

    If there is such thing as a late-bloomer in the world of college basketball recruiting, George King is one. The 6’6 forward from just outside of San Antonio, TX is a big commitment for Colorado and Tad Boyle. Just weeks ago, King held offers from a modest collection of mid-major schools, but after performing exceptionally…

  4. Colorado student section gets free burgers from AD

    Mar 12, 2012, 3:10 PM EDT

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    The Pac 12 hasn’t been the best to watch this season (and that’s an understatement), but it looks like conference surprise Colorado is showing its appreciation to the students who have been there to see their improbable run happen. Yahoo Sports is reporting that Colorado athletic director Mike Bohn allowed members of the student section,…

  5. What Pac-10 divisions might look like

    Jun 16, 2010, 11:34 PM EDT

      As two new 12-team conferences take shape (Utah to the Pac-10 was official Wednesday), the question of the day is: What will the divisions look like? (The real question is what’s going to happen to the names. Big Ten, Pac-10 and Big 12 better be doing some swapping right about now. But I digress.)…