Colorado 48, Nicholls 0


Colorado 48, Nicholls 0

//posted 9.28.2015

Colorado posted its first shutout in six seasons, with the defense holding Nicholls to 166 total yards in a 48-0 rout in Boulder. The Buffs went for 636 yards themselves in posting a third consecutive victory for the first time since 2008.

Two Buffs went for over 100 yards rushing on the sunny afternoon, with Phillip Lindsay going for 113 yards (almost all in the first half) and two touchdowns, with Donovan Lee posting 103 yards on ten carries, including a great 59-yard touchdown run in late in the third quarter. Sefo Liufau did throw for 227 yards and a score, but overthrew several receivers which could have given the Buffs an even larger first half cushion.

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Crooked Numbers

//posted 9.28.2015

The Buffs are finally winning games they are supposed to win … Are they ready to take the “next step”? …

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Colorado Daily – Nicholls

//posted 9.25.2015

Liufau: “We aren’t satisfied with where we are now” … Thompson: “Every game is important” … Forward – Episode III (CSU game) has been posted!

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Can CU best a 45-point spread? Perhaps not, but it should be a fun day in the sun against the Colonels …

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Colorado 27, CSU 24 – OT

//posted 9.20.2015

Buff kicker Diego Gonzalez, who had missed a 48-yarder a few minutes earlier which would have won the game in regulation, got a shot at redemption in overtime. The 32-yarder in the extra period was perfect, giving Colorado an unlikely come-from-behind 27-24 overtime win over Colorado State in the Rocky Mountain Showdown.

The Buffs spotted the Rams a 14-0 first quarter lead, and were out-gained 500 yards to 345 on the game, but were able to stay in the game with decent offense and timely plays on defense. Sefo Liufau hit on 15-of-28 passes for 220 yards and two touchdowns, while linebacker Ken Olugbode (a 60-yard interception return for a touchdown) and safety Tedric Thompson (a blocked field goal in overtime) were the defensive heroes.

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A Matter of Trust

//posted 9.20.2015

One of the themes for the University of Colorado football team for the 2015 season is “Trust”.

Players received t-shirts during Fall Camp with “Trust” on them, and the coaches have been preaching the mantra for months.

Buff players have been implored to trust the player next to them, to trust the coaches, to trust the game plan. Do your job; trust the man next to you that he is doing his.

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Colorado Daily – CSU

//posted 9.19.2015

CU out-sells CSU in RMS tickets (but just barely) … CU Video: Forward – Episode 2 … Addison Gillam sidelined

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CU vs. CSU – A Preview

//posted 9.18.2015

After failing against Hawai’i and coming through against UMass, Buffs face yet another “must win” game

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Will CU build on its big win over UMass? Or will CSU win the RMS for the third time in four years? …

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Colorado 48, UMass 14

//posted 9.12.2015

GAME STORY … September 12th, Boulder … The Minutemen stay with the Buffs for the better part of a half, but a crucial interception sets off a 34-0 run by the Buffs … Mac: “I know it’s just one game, but I believe in this football team”

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