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Karl Dorrell’s seat is nearly boiling hot. After the Buffs lost their third and final nonconference game on Saturday 49-7 to the Minnesota Gophers, University of Colorado Athletic Director Rick George put out a statement to Buffs fans. “I want you to know that I hear you. I recognize and understand your disappointment and frustration and perhaps, even anger. We…...

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Colorado wraps up their out-of-conference schedule with another tough opponent as they travel to Minnesota to take on a Gophers team that beat them 30-0 one year ago. It’s been a brutal stretch for the Buffs who are looking to find any type of offensive momentum before heading into PAC-12 conference play. We will get confirmation tomorrow, but at least…...

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Be careful what you wish for. After a season opener in which Brendon Lewis played most of the game, Colorado fans and cognoscenti were wondering why J.T. Shrout did not play more. Shrout started and played every offensive snap in Saturday’s game against Air Force, a game that became a comedy of errors. The weather may have played a factor…...

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The Buffs are jumping head-first into the rhythm of the football season. While disappointment looms after Colorado dropped the season opener to TCU, it’s time to make adjustments on the fly and get ready for Air Force this Saturday. Following Tuesday’s practice LB Robert Barnes and WR Daniel Arias both talked about how the team is bouncing back from the…...

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It was a frustrating season opener for Buffs fans as Colorado kept it close in the first half but ultimately got overpowered by TCU in the second half in a 38-13 loss. Following the lackluster showing, it’s as if there are more questions about Colorado’s football team now than there were before kickoff on Friday night. The media spoke to…...

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The September 2nd season opener can be a monumental turning point for both Colorado and TCU. Both programs enter the 2022 season looking to prove that the past is the past, and that they are back on the road to glory. In order for that to happen though, these teams will need perform much better than they have in recent…...

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With his team on a short week, Colorado head football coach, Karl Dorrell, spoke to the media on Tuesday for the last time until after Friday night’s season opener. Much of the off-season conversation has been based on the quarterback competition between J.T. Shrout and Brendon Lewis. Dorrell has maintained a level of confidence and ambiguity as to how the…...

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The transfer portal additions for the 2022 Colorado Buffaloes are all getting healthy at the right time. Josh Chandler-Semedo has been healthy since he arrived on campus earlier this summer but R.J. Sneed and Tommy Brown have returned to practice and are gearing up to potentially suit up for next week’s opener vs. TCU. All three have a great shot…...

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The Buffs are entering the 2022 season with a modern approach to an old-school mentality. Colorado wants to beat its opponents playing ‘Smashmouth football’. While CU’s offensive approach will feature elements of the rough and tough style, it won’t just be straight ahead, 3 yards and a cloud of dust, or the stereotype for the traditional mindset. Multiple members of…...

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We learned a lot about Colorado Buffaloes head coach Mel Tucker in his first trip through the recruiting cycle in Boulder. First of all, we know he’s good at it. This Buffs class is the highest-rated since Colorado joined the Pac-12 in 2011, per 247Sports’ composite ratings, and it isn’t close. The Buffs are currently sitting in the top half…...

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The Early Signing Period is here.

From Wednesday morning through Friday night, high school seniors across the country will sign their National Letters of Intent, which will bind them to the colleges they've committed too.

The Colorado Buffaloes' coaching staff will have a chance to breathe a sigh of relief after finally closing on most of its 2020 class, although there are a few exceptions. While most signees choose to lock in their scholarships during this three-day window, some choose to continue their recruitment through National Signing Day on Feb. 5.

That's the next time recruits can put pen to paper and make their new homes official.

Here's who you should know about as the 2020 Colorado Buffaloes recruiting class officially fills out:

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BOULDER — Before the No. 24 Colorado Buffaloes took on the Northern Iowa Panthers at the CU Events Center Tuesday night, Buffs head coach Tad Boyle laid out the defensive gameplan.

The most important point Boyle tried to make was that Colorado had to take away Northern Iowa's 3-point attempts. The next most important point was to take away offensive rebounds.

Those were the keys to victory.

Then, in the first six-and-a-half minutes of the game, Panthers forward Austin Phyfe pulled in four offensive rebounds.

"That's hard to do," Boyle said after the game. "That might be an NCAA record."

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BOULDER — The turnovers are a problem. Through the first seven games of the Colorado Buffaloes’ basketball season, the stat sheet ebbed and flowed in each outing; the 3-point shooting was good to start the season, then it cooled off and then it settled in at a fairly consistent mark. The free-throw shooting has generally been poor but there have been…...

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