CU At The Game Podcast – “T.I.P.S.” for CU v. Stanford /Review of CU’s 27-24 win over Arizona State

So … did you take CU and the over six weeks ago? Vegas prognosticators had the over/under for CU at 3.5 wins for the season, so if you bet on your Buffs and took the over, you can cash in your ticket. Midway through the 2023 campaign, the Buffs are 4-2, with CU traveling to Tempe and coming home with win No. 4, taking out Arizona State, 27-24.

I am joined for this podcast by Neil Langland, and we will present our review of the ASU game, using categories of Excellent, Satisfactory and Needs Improvement to sift through yet another comeback win in the first year of the Coach Prime era.

We will then turn our attention to the upcoming Friday the 13th matchup against Stanford. Our “T.I.P.S.” will take you through the categories of Talent, Intangibles, Preparation and Statistics, before giving you our predictions for the game against the Cardinal.

So … Will the bye week for Stanford before facing the Buffs prove to be a positive for the Cardinal, as it did for the CSU Rams a few weeks ago? … Can the Buffs find a way to exploit one of the worst pass defenses in the country? … Will the Buffs, a double-digit favorite for the second time this season, take care of business early against Stanford, or will this game be another fourth quarter nail-biter for the Buff Nation? …

Let’s find out …

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2 Replies to “CUATG Podcast: “T.I.P.S.” for CU v. Stanford”

  1. Yes I took the over at 3.5 and +120 in August. That will put me way ahead after the losses CSU (not covering) and Oregon. Of course Nebraska TCU and USC all covered.

  2. Unless Lewis can find a way to spring some running backs the Stanford DC will know exactly what to do. 6 Dbacks 5 pass rushers and one spy to contain Shedeur’s running. (or slight variations thereof)
    I guess Lewis could also find a way to enhance pass blocking. If he could do that maybe he could find a way to enhance run blocking as well.
    Until I see one or the other here comes another close game. Hopefully Shedeur will continue running the 4th qtr table.
    If any of you have watched previous Stanford games this season let me know if they show the Buffs some different looks on offense.

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