CU At The Game Podcast – “T.I.P.S.” for No. 19 CU at No. 10 Oregon / Recapping CU’s 43-35 win over CSU

Well, it’s never easy being a Buff fan, but it continues to be rewarding, as Colorado pulled out a double-overtime win over Colorado State, 43-35. I am joined for this episode by Brad Geiger and Neil Langland, and we will discuss the Buffs’ late night comeback, and what the win means for the program going forward. We will also give you our grades for the game, breaking down the Rocky Mountain Showdown into what was Excellent, what was Satisfactory, and what still Needs Improvement.

We then turn our attention to CU’s trip to Eugene to face the tenth-ranked Oregon Ducks. Our “T.I.P.S.” discussion will do a deep dive into categories of Talent, Intangibles, Preparation and Statistics.

So … A week after failing to hold a CSU freshman quarterback in check, how will the CU defense fare against Heisman trophy candidate Bo Nix? … Can Buff quarterback Shedeur Sanders find a new security blanket, now that all-everything Travis Hunter is out for the next several weeks? … Can the CU defense, which leads the nation in turnovers, continue to produce opportunities for the CU offense, giving the Buffs a chance to defeat yet another ranked three-touchdown favorite on the road? …

… Let’s find out …

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3 Replies to “CUATG Podcast: “T.I.P.S.” for CU at No. 10 Oregon”

  1. Hey Stu, i dont know if you are aware, but when I listen through Google Podcasts at work, something happens to the podcast and adds time to where the podcast repeats parts. I have photos as proof, but can’t find an email for you to share. This one today added 19 minutes. Just thought I would let you know. Go Buffs

  2. It is time for Alton Mccaskill to join the team if that is possible? The primary problem offensively for us has been a lack of balance in our attack. Alton is a special running back and I believe a balanced attack featuring him could make a significant difference. Defensively it is imperative that we find ways to pressure and sack the quarterback.

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