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May 8 Renewals Begin
June 5 Renewal Deadline
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Oct. 1 Single Game Tickets On-Sale
Nov. 13-16 Season Opener

With a roster dominated by returning lettermen and three newcomers, the University of Colorado men’s basketball team looks for another post-season tournament run as the Buffaloes enter their sixth year under head coach Tad Boyle and his staff.

What Can You Hope To See From Colorado This Season?

Coach Boyle welcomes back 11 letterwinners that includes senior forward and three-year starter Josh Scott (14.5 ppg, 8.4 rpg, 1.8 bpg).  Scott is joined by junior teammate and two-year starter Wesley Gordon (6.6 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 1.4 bpg).  Gordon and Scott became the first CU teammates to record back-to-back 40 blocked shots seasons.  Three-year letterwinners Xavier Johnson and Xavier Talton also enter their final year as a Buff with sophomore point-guard Dominique Collier taking over the point-guard position from May 2015 graduate and four-year standout Askia Booker.

What's New This Season?

With an established front line, the Buffaloes welcome redshirt-sophomore guard George King back to the court, who sat out the 2014-15 season. CU also brings in Providence College transfer Josh Fortune.  Fortune sat out last season per NCAA rules and his eligible for the next two years. Coach Boyle also signed a pair of National Letter of Intents this past April with shooting guard Thomas Akyazili (Antwerp, Belgium) and power forward Kenan Guzonjic (Bosnia).

Who’s On The Schedule?

The Pac-12 is historically-speaking one of the premier basketball conferences in the nation, and the Buffs home schedule will give our fans the opportunity to support CU against some of the best programs in the country.  Home games in the Pac-12 feature Arizona, Arizona State, California, Stanford, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State and Utah.

What Do The Buffs Need?

You. Men’s Basketball season tickets have sold out two-straight years, a school-first.  The only other program in the Pac-12 that can say that is Arizona. The Boyle coaching staff has established an outstanding home court advantage with an impressive 74-14 record (.841) at the Coors Events Center with 21 sellouts. Overall, Boyle has won 108 games in Boulder, the best five-year span in the program’s history. Our fans make a difference.  Simply put, the Buffs cannot do it without you. We believe the Buffs have the BEST fans in the Pac-12 and want to continue the amazing atmosphere in the Coors Events Center this season. Your passionate support will be pivotal in sustaining our progress.  Be a part of it in 2015-16 and renew your tickets today.