CU v. Arizona – “T.I.P.S.” for Mel Tucker’s First Pac-12 Home Game


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Kahlil Tate may or may not play … Laviska Shenault may or may not play … Either way, Arizona is 5th in the nation in total offense, and is tied with CU for the most turnovers gained … Can the Buffs find a way to hold an opponent to less than 30 points? Can Steven Montez maintain the level of play from the Arizona State game? …

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Pac-12 Notes – Nebraska

//posted 9.8.2018

Arizona State a surprising 2-0 after upsetting No. 15 Michigan State; No. 10 Stanford derails No. 17 USC … UCLA covers the spread … but still 0-2 after 49-21 loss to No. 6 Oklahoma … Arizona falls to 0-2 after 45-18 loss to Houston …

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Arizona 45, Colorado 42

//posted 10.8.2017

Kahlil Tate set an FBS record for rushing yards by a quarterback, going for 327 yards and four touchdowns (on only 14 carries), leading Arizona to a 45-42 victory in Boulder. Tate was also almost perfect through the air, completing 11-of-12 passes for 142 yards and another touchdown.

The loss wasted the efforts of senior running back Phillip Lindsay. On a night when Lindsay became CU’s all-time leader in all-purpose yards, Lindsay had 41 carries for 281 yards and three touchdowns. Steven Montez went 19-for-32 for 251 yards and three touchdowns, including two to tight end Chris Bounds.

The teams were close in total yards (Arizona 567; Colorado 551) and first downs (Colorado 29; Arizona 25), but the Buffs committed 12 penalties for 110 yards … and couldn’t tackle Kahlil Tate, who didn’t even start the game.

“Could someone please tackle No. 14 [Khalil Tate] for Arizona?”, joked CU head coach Mike MacIntyre after the game, though no Buff fans were laughing. “That was the difference in the football game. He was amazing. He should be National Player of the Week. He’s a phenomenal player.”

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ARCHIVED GAME OF THE WEEK
2016 No. 12 Buffs take down No. 20 Washington State, 38-24, led by Sefo Liufau and Phillip Lindsay Essay for the game: "Giving Thanks" READ