Buffaloes’ bull’s-eye didn’t develop after their magical March

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Buffaloes’ bull’s-eye didn’t develop after their magical March

‘I don’t know if we are being pursued yet,’ the Colorado basketball coach says
Despite shocking the Pac-12 by winning its postseason tournament last year, Andre’ Roberson, head coach Tad Boyle and the Colorado Buffaloes’ basketball team didn’t get a whole lot of love in the Pac-12 preseason poll released Thursday during their media day festivities. “We just have to go out there and prove them wrong again,” Roberson said.
Spencer Dinwiddie, who challenged the Fort Lewis College Skyhawks to an exhibition last preseason in Boulder, played a big role on the Colorado Buffaloes’ roster as a freshman. This year, the sophomore will be counted on for more.

Buffaloes’ bull’s-eye didn’t develop after their magical March

Despite shocking the Pac-12 by winning its postseason tournament last year, Andre’ Roberson, head coach Tad Boyle and the Colorado Buffaloes’ basketball team didn’t get a whole lot of love in the Pac-12 preseason poll released Thursday during their media day festivities. “We just have to go out there and prove them wrong again,” Roberson said.
Spencer Dinwiddie, who challenged the Fort Lewis College Skyhawks to an exhibition last preseason in Boulder, played a big role on the Colorado Buffaloes’ roster as a freshman. This year, the sophomore will be counted on for more.
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