The Denver Nuggets brought in some local talent for draft workouts this week. Three of those players played for Tad Boyle’s Colorado Buffaloes last season.
On Thursday night, at the Pac-12 Tournament, downed for a possible final time in 2016-17, the 19-14 Buffs rubbed away tears of disappointed.
The Colorado Buffaloes nabbed a win against the California Golden Bears by a count of 54-46 on Saturday. It was Senior Day and four Buffs playing in their last home game were sent off right.
Following the Colorado Buffaloes victory over the California Golden Bears the team's seniors addressed the crowd.
We're rolling baby, we're rolling," head coach Tad Boyle touted as he turned away from the press following the Buffaloes 81-49 rout of the Cougars.
They're 9-3. They've beaten two ranked opponents. They've won two true road games. And yet they are not nearly the team they were billed to be. In fact, the CU Buffs are beyond befuddled.
Not even a rocky takeoff could detour the Colorado Buffaloes from defeating their Rocky Mountain rival Air Force 75-68.
BOULDER – The Colorado Buffaloes disappointed tonight. After four games of sparse crowds, Coors Event Center finally had the basketball atmosphere that makes “The Keg” so special. Unfortunately for the fans, the Buffaloes basketball team didn’t look as good as the crowd and fell to the Colorado State Rams 72-58. “Zero positives to take away tonight,” head coach Tad Boyle...
BSN Buffs editor Jake Shapiro for whatever reason thought he could keep up with division-I basketball players. And for some reason he thought talking smack would help his odds against the Colorado Buffaloes.
Ryan Koenigsberg, Will Whelan and Jake Shapiro gave a Colorado Buffaloes 2016-17 basketball preview.