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Tad Boyle: 'I expect an NCAA Tournament bid again'

Minus K.J. Simpson, who just led Chaminade Prep to a CIF Championship, the Buffaloes' 2021-22 men's basketball team began summer work in Boulder on Monday. The group of newcomers is headlined by Western Carolina transfer Mason Faulkner and center Lawson Lovering, CU's second highest rated signee in the modern era.
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As Arizona and USC stumble, Tad Boyle is proven right

Having just wrapped up one of the most successful seasons in Colorado Buffaloes history, Tad Boyle has been vindicated. That’s not because of anything happening in Boulder, but because his rivals are in the spotlight. Back in 2017-18, the Buffs were a baby-faced team that was still figuring out how...
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Colorado head coach Tad Boyle reacts to Boulder shooting

The Colorado Buffaloes were preparing for a game against the Florida State Seminoles in the NCAA Tournament on Monday when they were notified of a shooting near their campus. Following his team’s elimination in the tournament, head coach Tad Boyle reacted to the Boulder shooting, via Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports.
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Tad Boyle, Colorado players react to mass shooting in Boulder

A shooting at a King Soopers supermarket in Boulder, Colorado left 10 people dead on Monday afternoon. Colorado men’s basketball coach Tad Boyle led his second-round NCAA Tournament postgame press conference by addressing the massacre that occurred just a few miles from the school’s campus. “I felt an emptiness in...
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Colorado's Tad Boyle weighs in on Boulder mass shooting: 'Another senseless act of violence'

Colorado men's basketball coach Tad Boyle kept saying the word "perspective" as he tried to get through his postgame news conference Monday. Boyle's Buffaloes had been eliminated from the NCAA Tournament by Florida State, but he knew the result was well beyond a secondary concern. The coaches and players learned before heading to Indiana Farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis that there had been a mass shooting Monday afternoon in Boulder, where the CU campus is located. They saw and heard the details later: Boulder police said at least 10 people, including a city police officer, were shot dead at a local supermarket.
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Tad Boyle, Colorado Players Address 'Senseless' Shooting in Boulder

Colorado head coach Tad Boyle addressed the fatal shooting in Boulder, Colo., on Monday, calling the tragedy "another senseless act of violence." Ten people were killed in the shooting at a King Soopers grocery store in Boulder, according to Boulder police chief Maris Herold. A suspect is currently in custody.
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The Latest: Colorado coach Tad Boyle laments shooting in Boulder

The Latest on the second round of the NCAA Tournament (all times Eastern):. Colorado coach Tad Boyle called Monday’s shooting in Boulder, Colorado, a “senseless act of violence” and offered condolences to families affected after his Buffaloes lost to Florida State in a second-round NCAA Tournament game. Colorado has been...