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    BREAKING NEWS ALERT!!! ​
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    You keep ringing that bell, Texas Tech dude, and let the whole world know that there's breaking CU news.
    While the mass chaos of Signing Day continues to explode in everyone's face, there are a few tidbits of fresh CU news that deserve some mention.

    The biggest news, at least in my view, is that Coach Tad Boyle is apparently about to receive a richly deserved contract extension. As reported by the BDC's Kyle Ringo, details are still to come.

    One of the best up-and-coming coaches in the West, Coach Boyle has proven capable of injecting excitement and success into the CU mens basketball program that has traditionally exhibited neither. It's vital that his services be locked up for the foreseeable future, and poaching outside programs be kept at bay. I hope that extension comes with some extra cash, 'cause the guy deserves it - he made CU basketball relevant.

    Whatever Coach Boyle wants to be paid is fine by me.
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    Pay that man his money...
    Coach Linda Lappe, of the womens program, is also slated to get an extension. Considering the early season success, that's not surprising.

    Also reported by Ringo, CU is going ahead with plans to start-up a womens lacrosse program. It was the logical choice, and the sport most agreed would be the first one to start once the Pac-12 monopoly money started rolling in. Since the 80s, the Buffs have dome more program hemorrhaging than program creation, so it's good to see any new sport added to our offerings.
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    Picture of the Pac-12 cash-money vault.
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    BREAKING NEWS ALERT!!! ​
    [​IMG]
    You keep ringing that bell, Texas Tech dude, and let the whole world know that there's breaking CU news.
    While the mass chaos of Signing Day continues to explode in everyone's face, there are a few tidbits of fresh CU news that deserve some mention.

    The biggest news, at least in my view, is that Coach Tad Boyle is apparently about to receive a richly deserved contract extension. As reported by the BDC's Kyle Ringo, details are still to come.

    One of the best up-and-coming coaches in the West, Coach Boyle has proven capable of injecting excitement and success into the CU mens basketball program that has traditionally exhibited neither. It's vital that his services be locked up for the foreseeable future, and poaching outside programs be kept at bay. I hope that extension comes with some extra cash, 'cause the guy deserves it - he made CU basketball relevant.

    Whatever Coach Boyle wants to be paid is fine by me.
    [​IMG]
    Pay that man his money...
    Coach Linda Lappe, of the womens program, is also slated to get an extension. Considering the early season success, that's not surprising.

    Also reported by Ringo, CU is going ahead with plans to start-up a womens lacrosse program. It was the logical choice, and the sport most agreed would be the first one to start once the Pac-12 monopoly money started rolling in. Since the 80s, the Buffs have dome more program hemorrhaging than program creation, so it's good to see any new sport added to our offerings.
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    Picture of the Pac-12 cash-money vault.
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