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BOULDER – Less than a week after the final game of his junior season, Colorado Buffaloes cornerback Isaiah Oliver announced via Twitter that he would forego his senior year and declare early for the NFL Draft. Oliver’s departure is a huge loss for CU’s defense, who will now be forced to fill the void of three departed starters in their...

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(9) Juwann Winfree. (Credit: Sam Weaver, BSN Denver) (23) Phil Lindsay. (Credit: Sam Weaver, BSN Denver) (23) Phil Lindsay. (Credit: Sam Weaver, BSN Denver) (13) KD Nixon. (Credit: Sam Weaver, BSN Denver) (96) Terran Hasselbach. (Credit: Sam Weaver, BSN Denver) (48) James Stefanou and (69) Devin Noth. (Credit: Sam Weaver, BSN Denver) (1) Afolabi Laguda. (Credit: Sam Weaver, BSN Denver)...

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A season removed from an ACL tear that would cost him his first year as a Colorado Buffalo, redshirt junior Juwann Winfree was still watching much of the action from the sidelines. He struggled to make up ground behind the starters after his injury, and found himself relegated to a backup role among the vaunted ‘Black Out Boyz’. Winfree had...

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BOULDER – The Colorado Buffaloes’ loss to Arizona State on the road was ugly in a lot of ways, and it just got uglier. In addition to relinquishing a 10-point lead multiple times, the Buffs also lost a stud offensive lineman during the back-and-forth battle. Tim Lynott Jr., who has played in several crucial spots for the Buffs this season,...

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BOULDER – It was only 11 months ago that the ‘Rise’ was at its peak in Boulder. A 10-2 regular season had culminated in a conference championship game and awakened football fans in a small town in Colorado where basketball had been king for over a decade. The whole city was awash in black and gold, and buffalo-adorned fans regularly...

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