Steven Montez bounced back from a benching a week earlier and threw for 347 yards and three touchdowns in Colorado's 44-28 win over California.
The Colorado Buffaloes adopted the phrase "The Rise is Real" when they stormed through the Pac-12 South last year on their way to their first bowl berth since 2007. The slide is sincere, too.
Just like last year, Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre has declared that the Buffaloes' goal is to play in the Pac-12 title game.
University of Colorado Boulder professor Fran Bagenal has been studying the large planets in our solar system for about 40 years.
Last-name placement in alphabet affects how well one does in life, University of Colorado Boulder study finds.
University of Colorado Boulder researchers have mixed news for parents worried about their struggling teens trying drugs and alcohol.
Joe Tumpkin has resigned at the athletic department's request after his former girlfriend said he repeatedly physically assaulted her.
The allegations from 2003 were investigated by the state task force.
Cox's event will be put on by the Cultural Events Board and Distinguished Speakers Board, who made no mention of Yiannopoulos in their announcement.
Until recently, the only way to determine glycogen levels was though a surgical biopsy.
From the opening kickoff that went out of bounds, little went right for the Buffaloes.
For Mike MacIntyre, the best thing about the biggest turnaround in college football this season is that Colorado's seniors are getting to experience the Buffaloes' renaissance themselves.
Hasselbach broke his foot, ribs and a disk in his back during an accident in 2010 that happened just before he started high school.
Sefo Liufau threw for 345 yards, rushed for 108 more and scored three touchdowns as No. 12 Colorado beat No. 20 Washington State 38-24 on Saturday in a matchup of unlikely Pac-12 division leaders.
Colorado's first game as a ranked team in nearly 11 years is a prime chance for the Buffaloes to prove they're serious about contending with the Pac-12's perennial powers.
On the inside of his right biceps, Colorado wide receiver Bryce Bobo has "Antonio" tattooed in cursive lettering. In the same spot on the left, "Louis."
Authorities have released the name of a man who was shot to death by police when he refused to drop a large machete after threatening someone at the University of Colorado in Boulder.