CU basketball players who didn't have class conflicts showed up outside the University Memorial Center where Jeff Bzdelik's press conference was held Wednesday morning. The players were carrying backpacks, as students usually do these days, but they looked as though a weight had been lifted from their shoulders.
Sean Kowal was a late addition to the CU men's basketball team's verbal commitments before signing a Letter of Intent last week. At 6-foot-10, Kowal is the only true center in the class of six. Inside, Kowal talks about why he chose the Buffs and about his game.
November 16, 2005
Colorado basketball coach Ricardo Patton met with members of the media Tuesday to talk about the Buffs' 2006 recruiting class. Patton called it the best group since he's been at Colorado. Inside, quotes from Patton's press conference.
November 15, 2005
As expected, five players have signed, or will sign later today, Letters of Intent to play basketball at Colorado during the early signing period. Inside, a look at each of the five newest Buffaloes, including Brewster Academy's Xavier Silas (pictured).
November 9, 2005
Colorado is in need of big men for its 2006 class. Six-foot-10, 240-pound center Sean Kowal of St. Louis (DeSmet HS), who committed the Buffs this week, fits that bill.
October 29, 2005