Head coach Mike MacIntyre addressed the media following Monday's Colorado Buffaloes football practice.
In the matchup between the Colorado Buffaloes and the Oregon State Beavers, both teams were looking for their first conference win. The Beavers came out like a team on a mission and the Buffs were able to control and eventually come out with the victory. So what did we learn?
Senior wide receiver Bryce Bobo racked up a career high 126 yards on nine receptions along with two touchdowns on Saturday.
The Colorado Buffaloes pulled out a victory against the Oregon State Beavers 36-33. There were plenty of ups and downs throughout the football game so how did each player perform? Let’s find out…
BOULDER – While the Colorado Buffaloes defense impressed with a dominant start to the season, their production has taken a hit since the beginning of conference play. Senior defensive end Leo Jackson has been a huge part of the defensive line’s success, with a staggering three-sack performance against Texas State. He has also managed 27 tackles through the first six...
On this edition of the BSN Buffs Podcast, Sam Weaver and Chase Howell preview this weekend's road tilt with Oregon State and discuss why this is a must win matchup for the Buffs if they want to make a bowl.
BOULDER – The Colorado Buffaloes have found themselves in an all too familiar position – at the bottom of their division looking up. Just a season removed from a Pac-12 Championship appearance, the Buffs are now fighting to stay afloat long enough to punch another ticket to a bowl game. This is it – CU has to win and they...
BOULDER – Shay Fields has garnered the nickname ‘Big Play Shay’ for a reason. Throughout his Colorado Buffaloes career, Fields has been the guy to make the play when the Buffs need it the most and has always had a knack for finding the end zone. The 5-foot-11 wide receiver has had nine plays of 50 yards or more and...
In this week's episode of the BSN Buffs podcast (part one), Chase Howell and Sam Weaver break down the loss against Arizona and what the Buffs can do moving forward.
Head coach Mike MacIntyre addressed the media following Wednesday's Colorado Buffaloes football practice.
Linebacker Drew Lewis, a relatively new name to most, and an athletic juggernaut is shooting up NFL draft boards across the country.
Mike MacIntyre discussed Khalil Tate's dominant performance, how CU can stop the run, tight end Chris Bounds' future contributions and what attitude the Buffs will take on the road this weekend.
The Colorado Buffaloes dropped their third consecutive game of the season on Saturday night, falling to the Arizona Wildcats by only a field goal. BSN's photographer was there to capture all of the action and create a photo gallery of the images.
In their third Pac-12 tilt of the season, the Colorado Buffaloes had an opportunity to bounce back from consecutive conference losses and climb out of their division basement.
Running back Phil Lindsay's stunning 282-yard, three-touchdown performance inshrined him in the CU record books as he became the program's all-time leader in all-purpose yards.
The Colorado Buffaloes fell to the Arizona Wildcats in disappointing fashion 45-42. Arizona's backup quarterback, Khalil Tate, rushed for 327 yards and 4 touchdowns on his way to victory.
BOULDER – The Colorado Buffaloes picked up commitment No. 18 on Friday night when Hasaan Hypolite III verbally committed to play for the Buffs. https://twitter.com/HypKing/status/916516068650291200 The three-star recruit’s decision came down to Houston, Texas Tech, and Colorado. The Buffaloes won out after hosting Hypolite for the Washington game two weeks ago. That was Hypolite’s second visit to Colorado after coming...