September 16th – Boulder            No. 18 Colorado 43, CSU 35 2OT

Buff quarterback Shedeur Sanders struggled throughout much of the game, but directed a game-tying 98-yard scoring drive in the final two minutes of regulation, then threw two touchdowns in two overtime periods to lead the No. 18 Buffaloes to a come-from-behind 43-35 win over rival Colorado State.

CU trailed 21-14 at the half — with one of its touchdowns coming on an 80-yard interception return by Shilo Sanders — and looked to be heading for an embarrassing loss  to 23.5-point underdog CSU when the Rams took a 28-17 lead with just more than 11 minutes to go in regulation. But the Buffs cut the margin to 28-20 with a field goal and Colorado’s defense forced a punt with just more than two minutes to play. The kick bounced out of bounds at the CU two-yard line with 2:06 on the clock — but that proved to be plenty of time for Sanders.

Sanders completed five passes on the drive for 106 yards as CU overcame two penalties on the march. Sanders found a wide-open Jimmy Horn Jr. for a 45-yard touchdown, then connected with tight end Michael Harrison for the two-point conversion to set up overtime. “I went into ‘Brady mode’,” said Sanders, referring to Tom Brady and his penchant for last minute victories. “They left us too much time”.

“I knew even if we got the ball on a two, three, or four-yard line, as long as the ball is in Shedeur’s hands, we’re going to get down this field,” said Coach Prime, who raised his first season record at Colorado to 3-0. “I knew that without a shadow of a doubt. And when we went to center field to talk about overtime until we won the ball. I want you to have the ball. I want you to pressure him to get them out of their comfort zone. That’s how transparent an excellent day for Colorado was a great day for the Buffalo fans. It’s a great day that we got to win.”

The Buffs were out-gained on the evening by the Rams, 499 yards to 418, but too many turnovers (four, including the pick-six by Shilo Sanders and the game-clinching interception by Trevor Woods in the second overtime) and too many penalties (17 for 182 yards) denied the Rams the upset.

“Obviously, we had too many penalties,” said CSU head coach Jay Norvell, who had created controversy earlier in the week in commenting about Coach Prime wearing a hat and sunglasses during interviews. “I can’t even speak about it. It’s so ridiculous. And it’s a real shame because a lot of those penalties took away a lot of great efforts from our kids. I’ve never seen such a lopsided game penalty-wise”.

Forgetting for the moment that CU was whistled for ten penalties in the game, another comment from Norvell was destined to not sit well with the Buff Nation. The game was “chippy”, and a blow to Travis Hunter in the first quarter was seen as a cheap shot. Norvell’s comment: “I mean, I don’t know. He hit him on the sideline and it was hard for me to see him over there. I don’t really know. I really can’t answer that very well”.

Game Story … A sell-out black-out crowd of 53,141 waited ten hours after ESPN GameDay and Fox Big Noon Saturday crews had called it a day for the 8:21 p.m., MT kickoff, with the Buffs and Rams trading big plays in the first quarter.

After the Buff defense forced a three-and-out by the Rams to open the game, the Rams returned the favor in style. On CU’s third play from scrimmage, quarterback Shedeur Sanders threw his first interception of the season, with CSU taking over at their 24-yard line. The Rams then put together their first extended drive of the game. The Rams appeared to be stopped, facing a fourth-and-six at the CU 33-yard line. CSU kicker Jordan Noyes appeared to give the Rams a 3-0 lead, but a personal foul gave the Rams new life. Taking the points off the board, the Rams were given a first down at the CU 18-yard line. Instead of cashing in on CU’s miscue, though, the Buff defense turned the tables. After a Marvin Ham sack pushed the ball back to the Buff 22-yard line, Colorado State quarterback Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi was intercepted by Buff safety Shilo Sanders, who returned the pick 80 yards for a Colorado touchdown.

Undaunted by the 7-0 deficit, the Rams quickly responded. A 46-yard completion from Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi to Louis Brown was quickly followed by a 30-yard touchdown pass from Fowler-Nicolosi to Dallin Holker. In less than a minute of game clock, the contest was now tied a 7-7.

Less than a minute of game clock after that … the Rams had the lead.

On CU’s third play of the next possession, Shedeur Sanders completed a ten-yard pass to Travis Hunter, but the ball was fumbled at the end of the run, with CSU defensive back Ron Hardge III returning the fumble 45 yards for a touchdown. Just like that, Colorado State had turned a 7-0 deficit into a 14-7 lead.

Undaunted, the Buffs put together their first drive of the game. An 11-yard completion from Sanders to Hunter on third-and-six at the Buff 33-yard line kept the drive alive, before the Buffs picked up 30 yards of penalties on one play. A pass from Sanders to Hunter was flagged for pass interference, but the Rams were also called for unnecessary roughness on the play. (Hunter left the game briefly, came back later in the second quarter, and was then taken to a local hospital, missing the rest of the game. Hunter’s injury was subsequently diagnosed as a lacerated liver).

The Buffs finished off the drive with a nice 24-yard touchdown pass from Sanders to Xavier Weaver, tying the game up at 14-14 late in the first quarter.

The offenses for both teams then struggled to move the ball, with both teams following up four-and-out drives with three-and-out drives.

Taking over after CU’s second consecutive punt, the Rams took over at their 11-yard line. The Colorado State offense then set off on a 14-play, 89-yard drive which chewed up over half of the second quarter clock. Converting three third downs along the way, the scoring drive was capped by a Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi 15-yard touchdown pass Louis Brown to make it a 21-14 score with just over four minutes remaining in the half.

Another three-and-out by the Buff offense was followed by a seven-play drive by the Rams which came to nothing as the CSU offense was stymied by 25 yards worth of penalties.

Halftime score: Colorado State 21, No. 18 Colorado 14

After going the entire second quarter without a first down, the Colorado offense opened the second half … with another three-and-out.

The Colorado State offense had no such issues, not even facing a third down in driving deep into CU territory. On second-and-five at the Buff 14-yard line, though, Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi connected with Dallin Holker for a three yard gain … but Holker fumbled, with the ball forced out by Shilo Sanders, recovered by Buff outside linebacker Derrick McLendon at the CU 11-yard line.

The Buffs picked up their first first down since late in the first quarter with a 20-yard completion from Sanders to wide receiver Tar’Varish Dawson. After that? The Buffs went three more plays before punting for the fifth straight possession.

A 27-yard punt return by Tory Horton, coupled with a horse collar penalty on the tackle, set the Rams up at the CU 43-yard line. Three plays later, though, the CSU offense came off the field. The Rams’ second attempt at a two-score advantage was foiled, though, as kicker Jordan Noyes’ 52-yard field goal attempt was blocked by Buff defensive lineman Leonard Payne, Jr., keeping it a 21-14 game midway through the third quarter.

The Colorado offense finally got into gear on its next drive, as consecutive completions from Sanders to running back Sy’veon Wilkerson (for 11 yards) and to tight end Michael Harrison (for 19) gave the Buffs a first down at the CSU 24-yard line. The next three plays, though, netted only three yards, with the score remaining the same after Buff kicker Jace Feely badly missed a 39-yard field goal attempt.

After two penalties, the Rams faced a first-and-26 at their own five yard line. On third down, a deep pass from Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi was intercepted by CU safety Cam’Ron Silmon-Craig at the CSU 45-yard line.

The Buffs appeared to be poised to tie the game CU methodically moved towards the CSU goal. A 16-yard completion from Sanders to Michael Harrison for 16 yard to the CSU four-yard line gave the Buffs a golden opportunity as the third quarter came to a close. The next three plays, though, netted only two yards, and the Buffs had to settle for a 20-yard field goal by Alejandro Mata in the first minute of the fourth quarter.

Up 21-17, Colorado State took off on a seven-play, 75-yard drive to take command of the game. A 35-yrd touchdown pass from Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi to Dallin Holker silenced sold out Folsom Field, with CSU taking a 28-17 lead with 11:22 left to play.

Down two scores, the Buff offense finally came to life. A 19-yard run by running back Dylan Edwards on third-and-two near midfield kept the drive alive, but a sack of Shedeur Sanders ended the threat. A 41-yard field goal by Alejandro Mata gave the Buffs points, but it was still an eight-point game, at 28-20, midway through the fourth quarter.

The Ram offense then set out to ice the game … and almost did. Colorado State held the ball for nine plays and 5:27 of clock, finally punting the ball away with 2:06 to play. A Paddy Turner punt for 43 yards went out-of-bounds at the CU two-yard line, leaving the Buffs with just over two minutes to cover 98 yards.

And cover it they did. After struggling for much of the night, quarterback Shedeur Sanders hit his stride in the waning moments. Completions of 11 yards to Michael Harrison, 18 yards to Tar’Varish Dawson, and 26 yards to Xavier Weaver put the ball on CSU’s side of the field. Two plays – and two offensive penalties later – Shedeur Sanders hit Jimmy Horn Jr. for a 45-yard touchdown to make it a 28-26 game. With the game on the line, the Buffs went for the two-point conversion, with Sanders calmly hitting to Michael Harrison to tie the score with 36 seconds to play.

The Rams got the ball back with 30 seconds to play, but actually had to punt the ball back to the Buffs as regulation came to a close.

End of regulation: No. 18 Colorado 28, Colorado State 28

Video of the 98-yard drive to force overtime … the longest game-tying or winning drive the last two minutes in CU history … 

Colorado won the toss in overtime, but took the unusual step of wanting to go on offense. The move looked to be shrewd, though, as the Buffs, after two penalties on the Ram defense, were given a first-and-goal at the CSU six-yard line. Two plays later, on second-and-goal from the three-yard line, Sanders hit his new favorite receiver – walk-on tight end Michael Harrison – for a three yard touchdown.

Down for the first time since the first quarter, the Ram offense responded. It took Colorado State only four plays to cover the requisite 25 yards, with Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi hitting Tory Horton for eight yards and a tying score.

End of first overtime: No. 18 Colorado 35, Colorado State 35

With CU winning the toss to start overtime, CSU had the choice of the ball or defense to start the second overtime, choosing to put the CU offense on the field to start the second overtime. The Buffs lost five yards on the first play from scrimmage, and had a holding call … but still scored easily. A 22-yard completion from Sanders to Xavier Weaver was the first big play, with Sanders later hitting Michael Harrison for an 18-yard touchdown. Going for a two-point conversion, the Buffs converted, with Sanders connecting with Xavier Weaver to make it a 43-35 game.

Four plays later, the Rams had a first-and-goal at the CU six-yard line, and it looked like the game might come down to CSU’s two-point conversion. An illegal block, though, put the ball back to the Buff 18-yard line. Two incompletions later, the Rams faced a must-go-for-it fourth-and-goal at the Buff 18-yard line. Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi, though, who passed for 367 yards on the night, was intercepted by Buff safety Trevor Woods in the end zone, with the CU student section rushing the field for the second consecutive weekend.

Final score: No. 18 Colorado 43, Colorado State 35

“Great game,” Coach Prime said in his post-game press conference. “We played like garbage in the first half but tried to get it right in the second half offensively as well as giving up some wounds defensively … We did some things that showed we were resilient. We showed that we would fight, we showed that we had no surrender or give up in us … I knew when we got the ball on the two that as long as the ball is Shedeur’s hands, we’re gonna get down this field. I knew that without a shadow of a doubt.”

Game highlights … 

… Game Notes … 

— Attendance for the game was 53,141, or 105.9 percent of capacity. It was the second largest crowd vs. the capacity since the second deck was added to Folsom Field in 1956, bested only by the crowd against Nebraska the week before, which was 53,241, or 106.1 percent of capacity;

— With the win, CU improved to 3-0 in 2023, the first time since 2020 the Buffs started a season 3-0 and it’s the 43rd time in CU history;

— Colorado upped its advantage in the series with Colorado State to 68-22-2, including six straight wins. The Buffs moved their record against the Rams to 12-2 since 1983 in contests when the meeting was not the season opening game;

— Colorado moved its all-time record against CSU to 3-0 in overtime games. It’s the first overtime game between the two teams since a 27-24 CU victory in 2015, the first game of the Buffs’ six-game win streak over the Rams;

— The win moved CU’s record in overtime games to 10-9 all-time. The win over CSU was the Buffs’ third straight overtime win, following a 37-34 double overtime win over Oregon State in 2021 and a 20-13 single overtime win over Cal in 2022;

— The win was just the second in the CU”s previous 66 games in which the Buffs trailed by double digits in the fourth quarter … with the other being a come-from-behind win over Nebraska in Lincoln in 2019;

— The game lasted four hours and three minutes, the longest game in CU history and fourth game that hit the four hour mark. The previous longest game in CU history was 4:01 at California, a 59-56 double overtime loss in Berkeley in 2014. The previously long game at Folsom Field was two four-hour games, a 46-39 win over Missouri in 1999 and a 41-34 loss to Oregon State in 2018;

— The end of the game was officially at 12:25 a.m., the second game in Folsom Field history to go past midnight, behind only a game against Oregon in 2015, which ended at 12:31 a.m. Overall, it’s the fourth latest game local time to end in CU history, also behind at 12:55 a.m. game at Toledo in 2009 and a 12:54 a.m. end against Alabama in the 1991 Blockbuster Bowl;

— Center Hank Zalinskas started for the injured Van Wells at center, becoming just the second player in school history to start at center as a true freshman, and just the 14th true freshman to start anywhere along the offensive line. Wells was the first to start at center as a true freshman;

— Safety Shilo Sanders forced a fumble, also posting an 80-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter. The return tied for the 15th-longest interception return in CU history, was the longest interception return since Nick Fisher vs. California in 2017 (100 yards), and the first interception return for a touchdown since Carson Wells vs. Arizona in 2021 (50 yards)


32 Replies to “No. 18 Colorado 43, CSU 35 2OT”

  1. The death threats on the late hit against Travis need to stop!!!! And Deion better address now. Stop this type of shit immediately, it’s still a game. I’m embarassed this hasn’t been addressed by CU or Deion yet!!!!!!

    1. I don’t understand why this is CU’s or Deion’s problem? I don’t think they need to address it any more than Norvell needs to address the clear headhunting of travis. (By head hunting I mean committing a flagrant personal foul with intent to injure)

      Also I don’t think this is CU fans. Interest in CU/new “fans” has grown exponentially and law of large numbers means some truly sick and insane people will have some crazy takes. Once something goes viral like that all the crazies come out. This is just part of playing dirty on the stage of national attention.

      I saw some study where it analyzed where fame become a liability (maybe Tim Ferris was a subject?) at around 1-5M fans you have enough people where law of large numbers predicts someone will stalk you and maybe show up to your house… 11M people watched that game.

      1. Given how more people have been betting on Buffs games than any other so far this season, I suspect that may have played into it.

      2. No it’s not their problem but it’s called respect and class. Both of which he showed today with his statements. And kudos to Travis for saying it is football, it happens.

      3. I havent heard of any contrition from Norvel. Probably wont. Instead of shades maybe we should send each CSU player a fake crappy beard.
        Hey Norvel….you would look much more grown up if you shaved. Maybe when you do grow up it will fill in.

    2. Deion via ESPN has condemned them as of now, including stating the team has forgiven Blackburn. Which mirror’s Hunter’s own statement on the hit as well. Just hit the wire.

        1. Agreed. Was very gratifying to see it and how he said it, too. “We forgive him, Travis forgives him. Lets move on”

  2. Trash school, trash players, trash hits, trash “cramping” every time the CU offense had momentum.

    CSU is dirty.

    Glad we got the win. Cant wait to go up there next year. Doubt we will come out as flat as we did last night. Bet we will have the lineman to take out the trash then too while we ram it down their throats.

    If a player stops play 3x to be “looked at” they should be removed from the game, made ineligible and looked at. Also the team should lose timeouts.

    They would “cramp” and then be jumping/sprinting off the sideline 5s later.

    Disgusted we have to be in the same state as these dirty players.

    It sucks to be a CSU Ram

  3. The Rams also had two weeks to prep and give us completely altered looks. They say a team improves most between game one and two, this was that on steroids. Who gets a bye in the second week anyway, weird?

    From what I could see, the Rams were doing the equivalent of grabbing the stick in old-style hockey. When the player you are responsible for is faster and better, just do a bunch of clutching and grabbing. That said CSU played out of their heads. They basically found the short crossing-route flaw in our deep shell D, and just chewed on it all night. Makes a difference losing your lock down corner. And the down side of having him play all the snaps is how reliant you become on him being on the field.

    This season was never intended to be what it is so far at 3-0. Our schedule is beyond brutal with the number of ranked teams we will play, and CSU stepped into an every void as a rival. Hard to keep that same super high energy for high stakes games with no relent, game after game. Where was our Northern Montana Community College game? Nope. We get the team from last years NC followed by our two rivalry games. Brutal. And yet we are 3-0. Just wow!!!

  4. Well, that played out exactly as I thought it would (sarcasm).

    Great to get that win. I can’t wait for winning to be the norm again, so rushing the field isn’t an every week thing. Maybe after beating usc rushing the field makes sense.

    Go Buffs

  5. Every team has games like this, where they are favored by a lot and barely win. FSU barely beat BC. People think Oregon is unstoppable, they almost lost to TT. Rivalry games are ones you walk away with a W and thank your lucky stars. Buffs will have to score a lot of points in the next two weeks but I still believe.

  6. The new players on the Buffs didn’t really know how much of a rivalry game this truly was, now they know. And I bet they remember all the cheap shots and the hit to Hunter next year when they go to CSU, that will be a dogfight!

    Especially if Norvell has them improving, but I suspect they will lose their top receiver(s) to the NFL.

  7. The Buffs were exposed by the Rams for the entire game except the final minutes
    We have no running attack. We fail to pressure the opponent’s QB. Our defense is not strong enough to handle Pac 12 teams. Unless we beat Arizona State , Stanford and Arizona we can forget a Bowl game.

  8. I always thought that all the people warning against Hunter playing both ways were just hedging their bets to come across edgy against a heisman hopeful. But then seeing some late, cheap, offscreen hits in game 1, which crescendoed with Nebraska literally throwing him to the ground multiple times or having one blocker stand him up while another would helmet him in the ribs I realized “their intentionally going after our superstar to hurt him.” My fears we confirmed through the first half yesterday, I even commented to my wife, “they better pull Travis is someone’s is gonna do something stupid.” They were sparring, jarring, hands to the face, even a little head-but, holding and just tackling or pushing him late. I can’t believe there are this many bitter teams that are taking out their jealous frustrations for Prime on one of his players! I could even see one or 2 guys that were doing it over and over as a personal vendetta but counted 5 different players in Nebraska and last night I lost count of him many shoved, pulled him down or just hit him across the field from the play. To me this screams coaching. It’s as if the coaching staffs are saying…”you see hunter, go out of you way to make him pay and make sure he doesn’t want to return to the field”. My fears were confirmed after they took him out last night and the other players gave the white trash plyer hand slaps. Despicable vengeful coaching and class. Was impressed the Rammies were giving us so many fits, but that evaporated when I realized their intentions of bringing their worst…rather than bringing their best. Hustlers and Rams should be apologetic to save face for those cheap tactics. Rubbing it in the teams face “he ain’t all that” is pure desperation warfare.

  9. That was a rivalry game !
    Actually like Norvell and think he is good for Colorado football,
    Still angry about the hit on Hunter, get well Travis
    To pull out the win showed true metal
    Well done Buffs, I think it is time to settle in and get real about the next couple of weeks
    Go Buffs

    1. Howdy Beantown! Agreed. I am a CSU alumnus, and overall I think Norvell is good for CSU and for the Colorado college football scene. But that late hit by #11 Blackburn.

      And that non-call of unsportsmenlike conduct for what was clearly a malicious personal foul with intent to injure, Blackburn should have been ejected. And, in my opinion, the NCAA should have a rule that if you intentionally put someone out of action, your ass rides the bench as long as your victim does.

      Blackburn should absolutely be penalized for his actions instead of being slapped on the wrist for a whole 15 yards while he gets to potentially derail someone’s season out of childish spite.

  10. I’m sure CSU feels like it is a moral victory
    Kind of a demoralizing one for us. Especially after old the overload hype. This is a team with a number of 2 stars.
    CU was out coached on offense. Better play design and they mixed em up nicely. They used their 2 weeks prep wisely.
    Lewis should take some notes from Norvel or whoever their OC is.
    And the Buffs D?
    Be interesting ti see what all the high powered recruits in attendance thought.
    Buffs are going to have to be up for Oregon like CSU was for us.
    Half way to a bowl game though. 3 and 0.

    1. Based on CSU’s game two weeks ago against WSU, one would have thought a similar game would have happened last night; without the mistakes WSU made. Instead we see another example of how adrenaline and motivation/hate can drive a team to play above what they did just two weeks ago.

      How much did the Buffs sitting around all day waiting for the night game all while hearing how they are going to dominate and show those pesky little rams what a real power conference team looks like effect their mental side of the game? Compared to CSU prepping like it’s their Superbowl?

      Practicing at 8pm and spending all that extra time on Buffs, at a cost of no buy week during their conference play and all that hype & adrenaline had CSU playing like a P5 team, not a G5 team… Except for all the Personal Fouls, that’s where they shot themselves in the foot and let CU stay in the game.

      While it was frustrating to watch, this game happening, now is a opportunity to teach and since the Buffs won it’s only damaging if they don’t learn and respond from it. Anyone who wants to hate on the Buffs because of the game, doesn’t know or care about how much the Rams hate the Buffs. How much they hate being little brother. And won’t look at or care about the details above about CSU’s prep or effort put into this one game, they only want to find excuses to hate on Prime.

      Really a pundolt that compliments CSU’s tough play while pointing the costs of their personal fouls will be right, all the others will try to find fault beyond that. Really CSU’s staff had them prepared, but they also had them so hyped up and their coach claiming cheap shots were just “chippy” and part of the rivalry are to blame for both their positive performance AND their fouls, they had them too hyped up.

    1. Because it wasn’t a shot to the head. The targeting rule to the head or fighting, throwing a punch will get you ejected, but a hit like that to the body during a play won’t.

      1. Objection, that hit was assuredly not during play. It was well after the play and out of bounds. That is definitely an ejectable offense. The call on the play they gave him was unsportsmanlike conduct. When it should have been a personal foul late hit out of bounds resulting in an ejection.

        1. Point taken, the call was wrong then. I also left out a player with two PFs can be ejected too. But really those ejections are reliant on the refs making the right call on the field at speed, and it was a “bang-bang” play; while a hit to the head will always be reviewed.

          So, maybe a change in the rules is needed. CSU played a really dirty game and there should be a review of the game by officials, but what would they do? There should be at least a lot of negative press and social media regarding their play, but will there be?

    2. Because the call on the field was for Pass Interference on #15, and unsportsmenlike conduct on Blackburn. Which is a damned joke in a league with a malicious targeting rule. That intentionally trying to injure someone was treated the same as saying something mean to someone is beyond my understanding. Blackburn should have been ejected, and he should be facing penalties. No one can tell me he wasn’t trying to hurt Hunter the way he hit him that late and directed his shoulder at the abdomen and hands the way he did. If I were Hunter and got knocked out the season, I’d be considering legal action against Blackburn after that non-call.

  11. I have watched a lot of these Rocky Mountain showdown games and the lambs always throw their best at us. However what I was most surprised/disgusted with were the CSU personal fouls. The hit on hunter has no place in the game and it along with 10+ other flagrant personal fouls reflects directly on the coaching staff. I understand it’s a rivalry, but intentionally hitting players after the play is the mark of a coward.

    CSU coaching staff, players, and students are thugs. I hope Coach Prime calls them out. They disgust me.

  12. We got to enjoy the game from Section 103 and the CSU fans were incredibly “sore winners”…until they weren’t.

    It was a pretty brutal 3 1/2 quarters (and my daughters first Buffs game) but it was worth it to see them quiet and hanging their heads.

    1. As a CSU alum and lifelong Buffs fan, I can tell you with 100% sincerity that that was *always* my experience with the CSU student section types. Poor winners, even poorer losers. And I was there when Utah was beating the crap out of CSU in conference games.

  13. This game played out exactly like I was afraid of— CSU is always ready to play the Buffs— but thank goodness we were able to pull it out.

    I hate to say it, but is Norvell maybe an evil genius? His comment got the Buffs too hyped and put tons of pressure on for the Buffs to dominate? Maybe a little too fired up about the sunglasses and got them to think about other than football? I’m just saying, maybe it was more sly than we gave him credit for.

    And, then, did we truly realize how much Travis Hunter means to the team? Travis vs Horton would’ve been a whole different story, and thank goodness for Weaver, Horn, and Harrison in OT!

    Whew— escaped with the win. 3-0 and now maybe no pressure on them for Oregon. Let’s play up to the competition and stay focused!!

    Sko Buffs! What a comeback!!

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