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The Colorado men's and women's basketball teams open their 2009-10 schedules, highlighting a busy home weekend for the Buffaloes.

The Buffaloes are looking to Cram the Coors Events Center for both openers, as the men host the University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Friday, Nov. 13, at 7 p.m. and the women host UC Irvine on Sunday, Nov. 15, at 3 p.m. Adults tickets for each of these games are just $1 plus kids 13 and under wearing CU colors will receive FREE admission! 

Get your tickets today by calling 303-49-BUFFS, or purchase online here:
CU Men vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff | CU Women vs. UC Irvine

Sandwiched inbetween the two basketball games, CU's volleyball team continues their trek through the Big 12 Conference schedule by hosting Missouri on Saturday, Nov. 14, at 7 p.m. The team will be hosting a free kids clinic for kids 13 and under beginning at 5 p.m. prior to their match against the Tigers.  Anyone who attends the clinic will receive free admission to the match against Missouri.  Kids Corner will be open following the clinic with lots of fun activities and there will be an autograph session with the team after the match!  For more information on the clinic and other activities, please call 303-492-1976.

On The Road:

The CU men's golf team is playing in its final fall tournament of the season at the Cordevalle Intercollegiate Tournament in San Martin, Calif. The tournament runs Monday through Wednesday, with live statistics available here.

Before volleyball hosts Missouri on Saturday, the Buffaloes are at No. 20 ranked Baylor on Wednesday, Nov. 11, for a 6 p.m. match.

Colorado's football team is also on the road, playing at Iowa State on Saturday. There is no TV for this game, but fans can catch the call of the Colorado Football Network on 850 KOA or right here on through a BuffsRadio audio subscription. Even though the game is not televised, fans will be able to purchase a DVD of Saturday's game through the BuffsTV DVD Store. Click here for more information.

CU's nationally ranked cross country teams take one more step to the national finals this Saturday, participating in the NCAA Mountain Regionals in Albuquerque, N.M.