The CU football team on Monday concluded its second spring under Mike MacIntyre and second-year coaching staff.
The Black team rallied to defeat the Gold 21-17 Saturday in Colorado's annual spring football game.
CU named its captains for the 2014 season Saturday, three players each on offense and defense including the first-ever sophomores honored.
Two new ticket plans, a 3-game flex plan starting at $99, and a season ticket plan for young alumni are now available.
Forget the "best athlete available, best player left on the board" strategy. CU's draft ran a different route.
With spread offenses the college game's latest rage, fullbacks have nearly joined the endangered species list.
April business as usual, no QB surprises come September? Maybe, but maybe not . . . it's best to stay tuned.
Mike MacIntyre's countdown of remaining spring practices can be done on one hand. CU's spring game is April 12.
The Pacific-12 Conference and CU jointly announced Thursday that the 2014 season opener against CSU will be on Frriday, August 29.
Troy Walters' best-case scenario is finding his CU receiving corps can collectively replace Paul Richardson.
After Monday, CU has seven practices remaining in its second spring under coach Mike MacIntyre.
Details for the University of Colorado's annual Spring Game are set with a busy day slated full of activities on CU's Folsom Field.