UCLA 27, Colorado 23


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UCLA 27, Colorado 23

//posted 10.3.2017

The Colorado defense “held” UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen to 372 yards and one touchdown passing, but the Buffs could not make a play late, with UCLA holding on to defeat Colorado, 27-23.

CU quarterback Steven Montez went 17-for-36 for 243 yards and a touchdown, and also led the Buffs in rushing, going for 108 yards on 15 carries. Running back Phillip Lindsay posted 83 yards on 19 carries, including a two-yard touchdown run. Lindsay also had a 21-yard touchdown reception.

UCLA out-gained Colorado, 467 yards to 434, with the most important 79 yards coming on the Bruins’ final drive. The Buffs had pulled to within a point, at 24-23, with 6:49 remaining, but the Bruins pieced together a 15-play, 79-yard drive, icing the game with a 31-yard field goal with 26 seconds remaining.

“Our kids will bounce back but I was really proud of the way they fought and really proud of the way they played,” sai Mike MacIntyre. “Had a couple plays here or there that could have gone either way, that was the difference in the game, that’s just the way it goes sometimes.”

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With Josh Tupou back & Samson Kafovalu (hopefully) on his way back, the D-Line has a strong starting lineup

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Justin Solis will have to “step it up a notch” in the absence of suspended Josh Tupou …

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Bios for the 22 newest Buffs posted … 10 offense; 11 defense; and one (vital) special teamer

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The Ticker

//posted 2.10.2015

Video of CU Preview Luncheon has been posted … Some final notes on the Recruiting Class of 2015

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CU loses linebacker commit Jay Hockaday to his hometown school, Vanderbilt …

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CU loading up on defensive linemen this off-season, but not as many linebackers or defensive backs

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