Playing in the Big Sky Conference, the University of Northern Colorado Bears mens basketball team knows before they start every season that if they want to get a chance to play in the NCAA Tournament, they pretty must much win their conference tournament at the end of each season. Unfortunately, the Bears didn't do that this year, but that doesn't mean their season is over.
It's time to dust off the crystal ball. This year, 63 intense college basketball games will fill up the college basketball championship tournament bracket – it's your job to figure out who wins each one.
Despite a furious comeback by Northern Arizona, the UNC Bears men’s basketball team beat the Lumberjacks 62-60 in the quarterfinals of the Big Sky Championship yesterday. At one point, the Bears led by 20 points in the game.
Colorado State University has set their schedule for the 2014 football season, although specific times for the games have not been announced yet. The schedule includes playing CU at Sports Authority Field in Denver and Boston College in Massachusetts.
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Women Afield Program is holding a Ladies Night Out (doors) seminar on Thursday, March 20th, from 6:30 till 9 p.m. at the Hunter Education Building, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, 6060 Broadway, in Denver.
Kudos to some area high school football players is in order. CHSAA released their all-state football teams for the 2013 season and three Fort Collins area students made the class 5A team and one in Windsor made the class 4A team.
The Norwegian Curling Team has become famous for the outrageous outfits they wear during competition. The Russian Curling Team is now wearing some wild outfits. Who has the ugliest pants, the Russians or the Norwegians.
A Colorado resident will carry the flag for the U.S. Olympic team during the opening Ceremonies today at the Sochi Olympics. Todd Lodwich from Steamboat Springs will lead the team of 230 athletes in the parade of nations
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