In this episode of the DNVR Buffs Podcast, Henry Chisholm breaks down the Buffs not being listed in the AP Top 25, Aaron Maddox transferring and more.
Junior Colorado Buffaloes safety Aaron Maddox entered the transfer portal Monday afternoon, per sources. He will retain two years of NCAA eligibility, as he only participated in four games this season.
The Colorado Buffaloes lost to the Washington State Cougars 41-10 in Pullman, Washington Saturday. These are the key storylines.
Henry Chisholm vents for an hour about the previous four hours which — if you hadn’t heard — were pretty tough to sit through.
The Colorado Buffaloes are back in action Saturday night, as they’ll take on Washington State in what could be a key game in determining whether either team will gain bowl eligibility. Here’s what we’re wondering.
Henry Chisholm gives his final thoughts on the Colorado-Washington State game, including why the Buffs’ running game could be the deciding factor.
Henry Chisholm breaks down what happened at Buffs basketball media day and whether Laviska Shenault should return punts.
Henry Chisholm breaks down whether Steven Montez will respond to the Oregon loss the same way he’s responded to other losses in the past.
Anything can happen during #Pac12AfterDark, but picking the Colorado Buffaloes to beat the Oregon Ducks might be a stretch.
Henry Chisholm digs into the Pac-12 Preseason Basketball Rankings, the Oregon defense and Colorado’s inexperienced secondary.
Henry Chisholm and Andre Simone break down the College Football Playoff contenders, the Heisman contenders and which quarterbacks the Broncos would rather have over Drew Lock.
BOULDER — This week marked some up-and-down games across the board for the Colorado Buffaloes, as they had some struggles against conference competition. Here’s the recap: Football The Buffs’ football team dropped to 3-2 on Saturday evening as they could not hold on against Arizona, losing 35-30. With Laviska Shenault, Jr. still out, it took the Buffs a bit of time…...
BOULDER — There was Pac-12 football in Boulder for the first this season Saturday, and it couldn’t have been much Pac-12er. The Colorado Buffaloes fell 35-30 to the Arizona Wildcats in a game that featured little defense. Here’s what you should know: There were too many penalties Colorado’s penalty numbers have slowly decreased over the course of the sesason, but…...