Juwann Winfree has been through a lot, but he's making his name known at training camp.
Matt McChesney is joined by two of college football’s best offensive minds, Colorado Buffaloes offensive coordinator Darrin Chiaverini and Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury. Matt talks to Chiv about the Buffs hot start and previews the UCLA game. While coach Kingsbury gives his insights on coaching quarterbacks Case Keenum and Patrick Mahomes. Enjoy the show! DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE ON…
A rising class of veteran receivers will pave the way for the success of the Colorado Buffaloes in 2017
The Colorado Buffaloes are on a tear this past week, adding four players, all three-stars in the past eight days. This time they went to Texas (again) and got a playmaker (again). 6-0, 180-pound all-purpose running back Deion Smith from Second Baptist High School in Houston, Texas has given the Buffs his word. https://twitter.com/DeionS20/status/879036956717588480 Some rank Smith as a top-ten running…...
Colorado Buffaloes co-offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator Darrin Chiaverini has done it again. The Buffs have just nabbed a verbal commitment from three-star.
The Colorado Buffaloes herd at receiver—dubbed Black Out Boyz—found a way to get even stronger on Monday.
BOULDER – Last year’s 10-2 regular season performance saw the Colorado Buffaloes regain their spot as competitors in college football. Leaning heavily on their shutdown defense, Colorado battled their way to a division title and a bowl game. They earned a national ranking, and April’s NFL Draft validated the talent they had stockpiled in their secondary, as three Colorado defensive backs were selected in…...
Colorado's jump from the Pac-12 basement to national prominence help the Buffaloes recruit the football-centric state that is Texas.
Signing Day 2017 was the most joyous day at Folsom Field since the Colorado Buffaloes took down the ranked Utah Utes on Nov. 26.
Tad Boyle’s team might be suffering from a dismal start to conference play, but this problem goes deeper. The Colorado men’s basketball program is suffering from a branding problem.
The most important addition to the Colorado Buffaloes' rise wasn’t a player, it was the addition of Darrin Chiaverini, without him, there could not have been a rise.
The Colorado Buffaloes when presented with their opportunity to shake up the conference and college football, turning themselves into one of the great stories in athletic yesteryear, fell flat.
From Rocky Top to the Rocky Mountains, a class of 2018 three-star prospect from Chattanooga, TN, is coming to Colorado.
The Colorado Buffaloes have landed their first class of 2018 commit. Safety Ray Robinson from Highlands Ranch High School has given the Buffs his word.
Colorado co-offensive coordinator, Darrin Chiaverini, is home and making a mark on the Colorado Buffaloes.
Maurice Bell, a three-star wide receiver recruit from Southern California, committed to the Colorado Buffaloes on Monday.
Colorado Buffaloes football head coach Mike MacIntyre and Colorado men's basketball head coach Tad Boyle have had an eventful offseason thus far, thanks to the NFL Draft, basketball recruiting's late signing period, and plenty of social media storylines, like Texas Tech graduate transfer David Webb and his commitment.