Last November, the subtitle to our post about the firing of CU-Boulder football coach Jon Embree posed the question, "A sacrifice by AD Mike Bohn to save his own job?" If so, the strategy didn't work over the long haul. Bohn has now resigned as CU-Boulder's athletic director in a classic jump-or-we ... More >>
Before these students pass the bar, they'd like to belly up to one.
Don't let the door hit you on your way out, Gary.
Writer Bruce Plasket defends his book on the Buffs.
CU has made many mistakes over the past eighteen months -- and its PR team made most of them worse.
From the week of April 7, 2005
CU majors in Hostile Environmental Studies.
The University of Colorado led the way in 2004 -- straight to hell.
Mead Street Station Grill and Pub
The Broncos have begun to Plum the briny depths of the NFL.
Cherry Creek Grill
Colorado fumbles the ball.
From the week of September 2, 2004
CU football grinds on under the weight of the past.
Women's tennis is the latest from the new Pi dynasty.
Jello Biafra pounds the podium to get out the vote.
The sounds of silence at CU.
Rather than muzzle Barnett, CU clamps down on music.
The former Broncos quarterback may lead one more drive to victory.
University of Colorado's Rapecruitment Program
Custodian of the primate house, Denver Zoo
A sorry collection
From the week of February 26, 2004
CU's March to Glory
February 12, 2004
Welcome the inductees -- both individual and institutional -- to the Class of 2003.
Baseball's fall is all New York.
Two CU groups feel burned by a fiery sports column.
Holiday football reveals a new Colorado ailment.
Plutonium lasts forever, but the radioactive fallout from 2002 should be mercifully brief. Don your Rocky Flats moonsuits and jump in!
Theoretical ways to curb those extracurricular, post-game colloquies.
To see CU's next national champs, you'll have to go cross-country.
The true spirit of sport returns when pigskins fly.
A haywire computer stops CU short of its goal.
The show must go on
While the French fry, champion cyclist Lance Armstrong continues to impress the rest of the globe.
Shopping-center execs love getting attention in the media -- as long as they call the shots.
Nebraska's heading straight for the top. Sorry, CU.
Public schools accepting private-sector funds is becoming commonplace. But not everyone's money is good enough.
The dailies jockey for position for the Pulitzer.
Colorado sports went on a downhill slide in '99.
Who's to blame for the CU-CSU melee?
Can CU's new head coach find his team's animal instinct?