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Sports CU football: Tupou's return to defensive line should bolster Buffs

Playing rugby likely helped that, and MacIntyre joked, "I'd hate to try to tackle him if I was playing rugby. I know that.""He looks good. He doesn't look like he's bad out of shape, but he'll have May, June and July to really work hard and get in shape here."Tupou would have been a senior last fall but was allegedly involved in a brawl on University Hill in February 2015 and was arrested the next month.
The Denver Post
03/05
17 Points
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Sports CU football: Tupou's return to defensive line should bolster Buffs

Playing rugby likely helped that, and MacIntyre joked, "I'd hate to try to tackle him if I was playing rugby. I know that.""He looks good. He doesn't look like he's bad out of shape, but he'll have May, June and July to really work hard and get in shape here."Tupou would have been a senior last fall but was allegedly involved in a brawl on University Hill in February 2015 and was arrested the next month.
The Denver Post
03/05
15 Points
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Sports CU football: Tupou's return to defensive line should bolster Buffs

Playing rugby likely helped that, and MacIntyre joked, "I'd hate to try to tackle him if I was playing rugby. I know that.""He looks good. He doesn't look like he's bad out of shape, but he'll have May, June and July to really work hard and get in shape here."Tupou would have been a senior last fall but was allegedly involved in a brawl on University Hill in February 2015 and was arrested the next month.
The Denver Post
03/05
12 Points
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Boulder police officers still not cleared after incident with former CU lineman

Dimond got between Robbins and his girlfriend, pulled his firearm and ordered Robbins to get on the ground, according to the affidavit.Dimond said Robbins -- who is listed at standing 6-feet-5-inches tall and weighing 265 pounds -- tackled him, causing Dimond to fall down the stairs with Robbins on him. Briscoe also was knocked to the ground.Robbins has since been dismissed by CU.Mitchell Byars: 303-473-1329, [email protected] or twitter.com/mitchellbyars.
The Denver Post
02/05
16 Points
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Boulder police officers still not cleared after incident with former CU lineman

Dimond got between Robbins and his girlfriend, pulled his firearm and ordered Robbins to get on the ground, according to the affidavit.Dimond said Robbins -- who is listed at standing 6-feet-5-inches tall and weighing 265 pounds -- tackled him, causing Dimond to fall down the stairs with Robbins on him. Briscoe also was knocked to the ground.Robbins has since been dismissed by CU.Mitchell Byars: 303-473-1329, [email protected] or twitter.com/mitchellbyars.
The Denver Post
02/05
10 Points
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CU-Boulder health chief says he was fired because of age, medical condition

"I wasn't looking for a public dispute. CU has put me in a position where I have to defend myself. I'm not anxious to do CU harm, other than to get this resolved."Misch said he was told on Feb. Misch's annual salary is $197,581, according to CU officials."It's hard for me to believe I have to sue the university that I loved working for," Misch said. Ballinger said Gonzales joked that he would have more time to spend with his grandchildren after being laid off.
The Denver Post
29/04
3 Points
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Allegations of pizza, cookie bribery unseat CU-Boulder student election winners

CU students elect three student body presidents . As of Thursday, DeAndrea will be CU's sole student body president, as the student government constitution allows for any number of executives to hold office. was that they tried to bribe students to vote for them with cookie cakes and pizzas.The candidates, Colton Lyons and Marcus Fotenos, are members of the Revolution party and ran on a ticket this spring to become CU's next student body presidents.
The Denver Post
29/04
8 Points
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Sports Jim Kelleher, former Colorado Buff, remembers being Mr. Irrelevant in 1977 NFL draft

"It's pretty hard to top that."But Kelleher has a story only a select few could tell.His place in the sun came when he was the last player selected, 335th overall by the Minnesota Vikings, in the 1977 NFL draft. He has one to tell, but he's not sure if it measures up to the competition."There are going to be Super Bowl rings in that crowd," Kelleher said. A California businessman, had started a week of special treatment for the last player taken in the NFL draft the year before.
The Denver Post
29/04
9 Points
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Allegations of pizza, cookie bribery unseat CU-Boulder student election winners

CU students elect three student body presidents . As of Thursday, DeAndrea will be CU's sole student body president, as the student government constitution allows for any number of executives to hold office. was that they tried to bribe students to vote for them with cookie cakes and pizzas.The candidates, Colton Lyons and Marcus Fotenos, are members of the Revolution party and ran on a ticket this spring to become CU's next student body presidents.
The Denver Post
29/04
4 Points
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2 CU Buffs football players arrested, accused of stealing drugs, laptops

Two University of Colorado football players were arrested early this morning and have been suspended indefinitely from the team after campus police say they stole items from a dorm room in Willard Hall earlier this month.Nu'umoto "N.J." Falo, 19, and Donald "Dino" Gordon, 20, were both booked into the Boulder County Jail at 1:48 a.m.
The Denver Post
28/04
10 Points

CU system, Boulder campus looking for new human resources chiefs

some employees didn't get their paychecks or had other payroll issues.Ken McConnellogue, a spokesman for the CU system, said Landis' transition into a new role is not connected to the new payroll and finance system rollout.He said Kathy Nesbitt, hired at CU in November 2014 as vice president of employee and information services, had been contemplating some organizational changes since she started in that role.
The Denver Post
28/04
5 Points

CU system, Boulder campus looking for new human resources chiefs

some employees didn't get their paychecks or had other payroll issues.Ken McConnellogue, a spokesman for the CU system, said Landis' transition into a new role is not connected to the new payroll and finance system rollout.He said Kathy Nesbitt, hired at CU in November 2014 as vice president of employee and information services, had been contemplating some organizational changes since she started in that role.
The Denver Post
28/04
5 Points
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Sports CU football: MacIntyre still believes QB Davis Webb will be a Buff

Webb could be a key piece for CU, in part because of the uncertainly over the health of senior quarterback Sefo Liufau. 27, the 6-foot-5, 225-pound Webb gave a verbal commitment to Colorado, picking the Buffs over several other Power Five conference schools. Other schools have continued to contact Webb, but he told Buffzone.com in late March that he was fully committed to the Buffs.
The Denver Post
27/04
1 Points
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Sports CU football: MacIntyre still believes QB Davis Webb will be a Buff

Webb could be a key piece for CU, in part because of the uncertainly over the health of senior quarterback Sefo Liufau. 27, the 6-foot-5, 225-pound Webb gave a verbal commitment to Colorado, picking the Buffs over several other Power Five conference schools. Other schools have continued to contact Webb, but he told Buffzone.com in late March that he was fully committed to the Buffs.
The Denver Post
27/04
6 Points
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