In the third in a series of fun videos from CU Buffs Media Day, we asked five Colorado Buffaloes football players to name the player on the team that oh so desperately needs a mute button.
In the Rocky Mountain Showdown on Friday, Colorado Buffaloes running back Phillip Lindsay sparked a blaze through the entire flock of Rams.
Colorado Buffaloes safety Tedric Thompson was all over the place in the Buffs' 44-7 win, unfortunately for Thompson, one of those places was with the trainers.
Six-foot-one, 210-pound redshirt junior safety Ryan Moeller went through something that most of us pray we never will be involved with.
Colorado Buffaloes linebacker Addison Gillam stands no chance at answering the rigorous questioner we throw his way.
Will Whelan and Editor Jake Shapiro previewed the Rocky Mountain Showdown from the Blake Street Tavern.
On Monday night at Colorado's Indoor Practice Facility, the CU Buffs and the CSU Rams were able to put their differences aside and join forces to fight for a much bigger cause.
Colorado Buffaloes Head Coach Mike MacIntyre spoke to the media about the procedures that will take place between now and kickoff Friday night.
The guys talk about the upcoming Rocky Mountain Showdown against the Colorado State Rams and break down the game in every which way possible from the Colorado Buffaloes perspective.
Featuring Eddie Lopez, Kenneth Olugbode, Shay Fields, Phil Lindsay and Chidobe Awuzie, these mean machines show us that they have the comedy gene.
Colorado Buffaloes Head Coach Mike MacIntyre looked into his team's game Friday against the rival CSU Rams, his thoughts on a possible college football preseason and more.
The now offensive line coach of the Colorado Buffaloes Klayton Adams is looking to change the past dreary play of this pinnacle position.