No. 15 Washington 54, Colorado 7


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Which was more embarrassing? The CU defense giving up three touchdown drives to an opponent to open the game (again)? … Or the Buffs having a first down with 1:51 left in the first half, and still finding a way to give up 12 points in the final two minutes? … Mike Sanford: “That’s a really good team” …

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No. 8 USC 55, Colorado 17

//posted 11.12.2022
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The Buff defense gave up 531 yards of total offense, but CU quarterback J.T. Shrout gave up a safety and two turnovers which led to two TD’s, killing any chance of CU being competitive … Mike Sanford: “We’re gonna keep on fighting. We’re gonna keep on finding a way to put ourselves in position to win games” …

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ASU amasses 557 yards of total offense to 359 for CU … Jordyn Tyson (115 yards receiving) and Deion Smith (111 yards rushing) post a double-double for the Buffs as CU finally scores more than 20 points in a game … Sanford: “I want to commend our team for the fight and resolve they exhibited throughout the entirety of four quarters” …

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TCU 38, Colorado 13

//posted 9.6.2022
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The 2022 CU season opener ended just before 12:00 a.m., MT, but the clock had struck midnight for the Cinderella Buffs about an hour earlier. The Buffs dominated the first half of their game against TCU, but were completely routed in the second half, falling to the Horned Frogs, 38-13. Colorado had more first downs (20-17) and wasn’t passed in total yards gained until the fourth quarter, but the Horned Frogs had no trouble with the CU defense in the second half, scoring 31 unanswered points.

Brendon Lewis started at quarterback for Colorado, finished 13-for-18 for all of 78 yards. Lewis also led the Buff rushing attack, putting up 42 yards on eight carries. Backup quarterback J.T. Shrout, who came on late in the first half and then made another appearance in the fourth quarter, finished with 13 completions on 23 attempts for 157 yards and one touchdown.

The Horned Frogs, who had just 67 yards offense in the first half, finished with 413 for the game. That total included more than 260 on the ground alone in the final two quarters. The Buffs, who had 212 yards of offense in the first half – but only two field goals to show for it – had 136 yards of total offense in the second half, with 94 of those yards coming in garbage time.

“I wasn’t expecting that type of game,” CU head coach Karl Dorrell said. “We played decently in the first half … But apparently they made better adjustments. We couldn’t stop what they were doing.”

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