Colorado Daily – June/July


Posts Tagged ‘Ryan Miller’

David Bakhtiari exceeding expectations in Green Bay training camp … Nick Kasa competing for playing time in Oakland … Jordan Webb arraignment postponed

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Washington 38, Colorado 3

//posted 11.17.2012

CU guilty of five turnovers, fail to go over 100 yards of total offense until late in fourth in latest rout …

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No. 2 Oregon 70, Colorado 14

//posted 10.28.2012

Oregon, the No. 2 team in the country, was a 47-point favorite at home over hapless Colorado. The line was an embarrassment for the CU program, but not half as embarrassing as the fact that the Ducks covered … by halftime.

Oregon ran through, around, and over the Colorado defense, scoring touchdowns on all seven first half possessions en route to a 56-0 halftime lead and 70-14 rout. The Ducks amassed a ridiculous 425 yards rushing, and 617 yards of total offense, holding the inept Buff offense to 245 yards of total offense. The game was so out of hand that Oregon’s backup quarterback, Bryan Bennett, out-scored the Colorado offense, three touchdowns to two.

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Colorado Daily – May

//posted 5.31.2012

CU gives $16M to athletic department; only looking for $10M back … Folsom Field scoreboard work underway

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Colorado Daily – February

//posted 2.28.2012

Offensive line storylines for spring shaping up … CU hands out first multi-year scholarship

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Colorado Daily – Doldrums

//posted 12.29.2011

CU with a moose in Alaska … Jon Embree interview on recruiting:”We’ve got a couple of (silent commits)”

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Colorado 17, Utah 14

//posted 11.27.2011

Colorado used an almost perfect first half to take the lead, and then played just well enough in the second half to hold the lead, taking the first “Rumble in the Rockies” against Utah, 17-14.

Utah junior kicker Coleman Petersen, the Pac-12 Player-of-the-Week for his three-for-three performance in a 30-27 overtime victory over Washington State, had a chance to tie the game with a 48-yard kick, but the effort went wide and short, giving Colorado the hard-earned victory.

The road win, as every Buff fan could recite in his sleep, was the first for Colorado since 2007. The school-record streak of 23 road losses (24 counting the 2007 Independence Bowl) finally came to an end before a crowd of 45,026 in Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City.

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Preview – Arizona

//posted 11.9.2011

Colorado finally gets to play a team with a losing record. Is it too late to salvage the season? …

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Preview – Arizona State

//posted 10.26.2011

“No rest for the weary” – Buffs to face 4th of five consecutive teams which have been ranked this season

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Leading Heisman trophy candidate Andrew Luck passed for a season-high 370 yards and three touchdowns as the No. 7 Stanford Cardinal ran around, through, over and past the out-manned Colorado Buffaloes, 48-7.

On the day, Stanford rolled to 553 yards of total offense, while Stanford’s top ten defense held the Buffs to 264 yards. Playing without five suspended players on defense and without the Buffs’ only play-maker on offense, the outcome of the game wasn’t much in doubt after only a few minutes of play, as the Cardinal methodically pulled away from the inept Buffs”.

Embree: “It is what it is”

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Senior quarterback Tyler Hansen was in on all four Colorado touchdowns, as the Buffs doubled up the Colorado State Rams in Denver, 28-14. In leading the Buffs to the first win of the Jon Embree era, Hansen threw for two touchdowns and ran for two others, including a two-yard run to cap an epic 16-play, 85-yard drive in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach.

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E Pluribus Unum

//posted 9.17.2011

One drive. One game. One victory. Out of many, one – What does CSU game mean for the CU program?

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