We tried to establish a model based on features extracted from Pyradiomic framework and Co-occurrence of Local Anisotropic Gradient Orientations (CoLlAGe) in MRI to predict the prognosis of gliomas. Fifty-five pathologically confirmed glioma patients were retrospectively collected. All patients underwent 3DTI enhancement, standardized treatment and follow-up for overall survival. 1781 Pyradiomic features and 260 CoLlAGe features were collected. Three Cox proportional hazards models were fitted with Pyradiomics features, CoLlAGe features and Pyradiomics+CoLlAGe features. The C-index in these models were 0.835, 0.820 and 0.844, respectively. The model with Pyradiomics+CoLlAGe features demonstrated improved survival predictive performance than the single model.