Oklahoma State 38, Colorado 8


No. 13 Oklahoma State went for 527 yards of total offense in dominating No. 11 Colorado in the 2016 Alamo Bowl, 38-8. Cowboy quarterback Marcus Rudolph passed for 314 yards and three touchdowns as Oklahoma State gave the Buffs two lopsided losses to close out an otherwise successful 10-4 season.

Sefo Liufau threw for 195 yards and scored CU’s lone touchdown, a consolation six yard run in the fourth quarter after OSU had built a 31-0 lead. Phillip Lindsay led the Buffs in rushing and receiving, with 14 carries for 63 yards to go with six receptions for 103 yards.

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Remembering the Alamo Bowl

//posted 12.30.2016

Buffs fans are going to want to forget the results of CU’s first bowl game since 2007.

They are going to want to forget the 38-8 humbling defeat at the hands of No. 13 Oklahoma State.

… To forget the 527 yards surrendered by the defense … Forget the sputtering Buff offensive attack … Forget that the Buffs finished the season with two losses by a combined score of 79-18.

It says here, however, that the Buffs, and by extension their fans, should remember what transpired in the Alamo Bowl.

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Thanks, Sefo

//posted 12.30.2016

He was right there, not more than 20 feet away.

The scene: the San Antonio airport … Friday night, the day after the Alamo Bowl, around 6:15 p.m.

Two Delta flights were preparing for boarding. My flight was heading out of gate B-4, heading for Salt Lake City, the first leg on my trip back to Bozeman.

The flight heading out of gate B-3 was heading to Seattle.

In the waiting area, there were more than a few Colorado coats and sweatshirts to be seen. There were perhaps some “Shirts of Shame” being worn the day after CU had lost to No. 13 Oklahoma State, 38-8, in the Alamo Bowl, but there was still plenty of Buff Nation pride on display as well (as for me, I was wearing my “Pac-12 South Champions” sweatshirt, thank you very much!).

And he was right there, not more than 20 feet away.

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First Annual Stoo-ie Awards

//posted 12.29.2016

From the most underrated Buffs to my favorite obscure record of the year, here are my year-end awards

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MacIntyre to team: “Finish what you’ve started” … Neill Woelk’s Five Keys to the Alamo Bowl … Buffs to wear a sticker honoring Rashaan Salaam

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Pac-12 Notes

//posted 12.27.2016

Utah hires its new offensive coordinator (from Eastern Washington) … Forbes: Bowl conference payouts

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Buffs face daunting early schedule in Pac-12 play … CU women ranked No. 20 (one of seven from Pac-12)

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Oklahoma State – A Preview

//posted 12.26.2016

Your “T.I.P.S.” for the Alamo Bowl – Oklahoma State’s great offense v. CU’s great defense

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Friday Fast Facts

//posted 12.23.2016

CU bowl history … CU bowl records … CU v. Oklahoma State history … It’s all here …

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On the Loss of Jim Leavitt

//posted 12.18.2016

The loss of Jim Leavitt – to a conference rival – was a body blow … but the Buffs and their fans will recover

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Colorado Daily

//posted 12.17.2016

Joe Tumpkin: “We’re going to try to be aggressive and play good Colorado football”… Rick George: “We don’t want to overpay and overreact”

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