Post-Season – 2007 Review by position and by the numbers


2007 Season Archive

2007 in Review – By Position In the Preseason, every position was broken down, with a grade of “glass half full” or “glass half empty” assigned. Below is a look back at those projections, with a grade given to each position based upon the results of 2007, and a first look at the 2008 depth chart….. Read The Entire Review!… 2007 in Review – CU By the Numbers “Lies, damned lies, and statistics” …. It seemed that taking the Buffs’ 2007 numbers and comparing them to the numbers posted by …

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Colorado played about as wretchedly as a team can for the first 20 minutes of the 2007 PetroSun Independence Bowl against Alabama, but still made a game of it at the end. The Buffs fell behind 27-0 before rallying, coming up just short in a 30-24 loss to the Crimson Tide before 47,043 in Shreveport, Louisiana. The loss left the Buffs with a 6-7 overall record, finishing with a losing record in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 1983-‘84.

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Independence Bowl Preview

//posted 12.30.2007

  — Preview of the Independence Bowl The 2007 Independence Bowl in Shreveport, Louisiana …. Two 6-6 teams slug it out on a Sunday night to see which team will have a winning season, and which will go home with back-to-back losing seasons for the first time in decades. Not exactly high drama …. unless you are a Buff fan already excited about the possibilities for 2008! Click below to learn all you need to know for next weekend …. Read The Entire Preview!… Review of the Independence Bowl (Note: …

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Preview of the Nebraska game The bitter taste of the Iowa State loss still lingers. Will the Buffs bounce back against the Cornhuskers? Will the Buffs have enough offensive firepower to post that elusive sixth win and gain bowl eligibility, or will ‘07 play out the same disappointing way that the 1997 and 2003 seasons came to a close? Read The Entire Preview!… Review of the Nebraska game The Buffs defeated the Cornhuskers, 65-51, in a wild game at Folsom. The win gave CU a bowl bid as the Buffs …

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Preview of this week’s game Which Colorado team will show up in Ames, Iowa, this weekend? The one which defeated Oklahoma and controlled Texas Tech, or the one which fell apart against Kansas State and was dominated by Missouri? I’m usually a “glass is half empty” fan, but, for a change, I am full of optimism. Anyone up for a five game winning streak, starting this Saturday? ……. Read The Entire Preview!… Review of this week’s game For a college football program, like Colorado’s, which is attempting to regain its …

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Preview of this week’s game The last time the Buffs played at home, Kansas quarterback Todd Reesing ran and threw the Jayhawks to victory. The bad news for the Buffs – Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel is even better, and has more weapons. The good news for the Buffs and their fans? …… Read The Entire Preview!… Review of this week’s game Anything good to read about after a 55-10 loss? How’s about some quotes from some of the players, who continue to express confidence? How’s about the fact that a …

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Preview of this week’s game Okay, “Breakfast in Waco” doesn’t sound that appealing. How’s about, “Breakfast with the Buffs”? There are at least five good reasons why you should get maple syrup on your remote this Saturday morning …. Read The Entire Preview!… Colorado 31, Texas Tech 26 Thanks to Terrence Wheatley’s three interceptions, and a game plan to control the clock on offense and keep the explosive Texas Tech offense in check on defense, the Buffs came out of Lubbock with a 31-26 win. Read The Entire Review!… Trivia …

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Preview of this week’s game At best, the Buffs looked mediocre last weekend in Manhattan. At worst, they looked like a team which may be heading for a four game losing streak. Thing is, the last time the Buffs looked as bad as they did against the Wildcats was against Florida State. Two weeks later, the Buffs played like world-beaters against Oklahoma. Check out how the gaudy numbers put up by Kansas coming into the game look surprisingly similar to those numbers the Sooners brought to Boulder. And check out …

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Preview of this week’s game – Colorado is on a three game winning streak for the first time in two seasons. A national ranking is in the offing. Here is what you should be watching for as you sit down to watch the nationally televised game on Saturday night …. Read The Entire Preview!… Review of this week’s game – The Buffs fell, 47-20, to KSU, in a game with four turnovers and 10 penalties. What’s next for this season’s Buffs? …. Read The Entire Review!… Here is the YouTube …

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Preview of this week’s game – Better late than never. Here’s some info on Saturday’s game … Read The Entire Preview!… Review of this week’s game (Note: you will have to scroll down to read the preview and reveiw) – Buffs go to 2-0 in Big 12 play with a 20-point win against Baylor. Click here for details ….. Read The Entire Review!… Trivia you’ll want to remember – Baylor When did Baylor last win a conference title? (Also the same year the Bears last went to a bowl game) …

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— September 29th – Boulder        Colorado 27, No. 3 Oklahoma 24 — Kevin Eberhart connected on his second game-winning field goal of the month, hitting from 45 yards out with no time remaining to give Colorado a 27-24 upset win over No. 3 Oklahoma. A homecoming crowd of 50,031 witnessed the Buffs rally from 17 points down (the fourth largest comeback in CU history) to pull off the upset. Oklahoma, which had been averaging 61.5 points and 562 yards per game, was held to just 24 points and 230 yards by …

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  September 22nd – Boulder           Colorado 42, Miami (Ohio) 0 Freshman quarterback Cody Hawkins passed for two touchdowns and rushed for his first career score, leading Colorado to a 42-0 rout of Miami (Ohio). Colorado amassed 634 yards of total offense, the most for the Buffs since 1999, while the defense limited the RedHawks to 139 yards in posting CU’s first shutout since a 34-0 win over Oklahoma State in 2005. The Buffs started methodically. After the teams exchanged punts to open the game, the Colorado offense put together a 16-play, …

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ARCHIVED GAME OF THE WEEK
2013 Sefo Liufau throws for a career-high 364 yards as CU defeats Cal, 41-24 Buffs pick up first home conference win in almost two years in rout of Bears READ