Colorado 35, Stanford 32


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Colorado 35, Stanford 32

//posted 11.14.2020
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Buffs hold on for dear life (again) for the victory …. Jarek Broussard (121 yards rushing) and Dimitri Stanley (126 yards receiving) lead the Buffs … Dorrell: “The thing about this team is they are resilient. They understand we have some struggles we need to work through and get better at” …

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Colorado 48, UCLA 42

//posted 11.8.2020
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The Buffs used four first half UCLA turnovers to race out to a 35-7 lead, then hung on for dear life in the second half before securing a 48-42 victory. Head coach Karl Dorrell became the third consecutive CU coach to win in their debut, defeating his alma mater before a crowd of less than a thousand at Folsom Field.

Sam Noyer became the first CU quarterback to start his first game as a senior since 1976, and made the most of his opportunity, completing 20-of-31 passes for 257 yards and a touchdown, also picking up 64 yards and another score on 13 carries. “I just wanted this opportunity from the start”, said Noyer, making his first start since his senior year in high school … in 2015. “And I finally got it in, and that’s all I could ask for”.

Sophomore running back Jarek Broussard also had a stellar debut, with 31 carries for 187 yards and three first half touchdowns. Playing without senior receiver K.D. Nixon, the receiving corps was led by tight end Brady Russell (five catches for 77 yards and a touchdown) and Dimitri Stanley (six catches for 66 yards).

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Four years ago, Sam Noyer was a three-star prospect with no other Power Five offers … Last year, Noyer was learning how to play safety … Ten months ago, Noyer was back in Oregon, looking for a new team … And now? CU’s starting quarterback …

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CU has only three scholarship quarterbacks on the roster, who have thrown a combined 47 career passes … Will it be the senior, Sam Noyer? The junior, Tyler Lytle? … Or will the coaching staff take a chance on true freshman Brendon Lewis? …

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Colorado Daily

//posted 8.24.2019

Three QB coaches in three seasons a “blessing in disguise” for Steven Montez … New CU President Mark Kennedy: “I do believe that sports serve as the front door to the university” … Nate Landman: “I need to be responsible for this defense” … * Video – Mel Tucker speaks at the Front Range Media Huddle * …

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The Post-Spring Depth is not written in stone (Kary Kutsch and Jack Shutack as starting guards?), but there certainly has been some movement on the roster since spring drills started, with some guidance as to what CU fans can expect from the Buff offense this fall …

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Game Day!! … Ten Questions for the CU Spring game, including: Does Steven Montez have a clear command of the Jay Johnson offense?; and, Who are No. 10, No. 13, No. 14, and No. 22? … ADDED: “Neill Woelk: What To Watch In Saturday’s Buffs Spring Finale” …

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Compare: Neill Woelk’s Five Takeaways from Second Spring Scrimmage … According to head coach Mel Tucker, the Buffs “put some money in the bank” on Friday at CU’s second spring scrimmage … A unit-by-unit review of the numbers show a number of positives (and a few negatives) …

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Steven Montez and his fellow CU quarterbacks will be working with their third quarterbacks coach in three seasons this spring … Montez is set to break school records this fall, but will great stats translate into victories? … Who will be CU’s starting quarterback in 2020? …

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No. 21 Utah 30, Colorado 7

//posted 11.18.2018

In the first game played during a snowstorm at Folsom Field since 2000, the No. 21 Utah Utes dominated the second half, turning a 7-7 halftime tie into a 30-7 rout. Utah gained 390 yards, holding the Buffs to 196 total yards.

Utah quarterback Jason Shelley completed 11-of-23 passes for 221 yards and two touchdowns. The second scoring pass, a 47-yarder to Jaysen Dixon, being the back-breaker for the Buffs, making it a 17-7 game late in the third quarter.

The anemic Colorado offense was held to 34 yards rushing, 4-of-15 on third downs, and turned the ball over three times. Quarterback Steven Montez went 13-for-22 for all of 84 yards, with a costly interception in the second quarter when the score was tied and the Buffs were actually driving. The Buffs were held to one touchdown for the second week in a row, having fallen to Washington State, 31-7, the week before.

“We are just inept on offense right now,” said Mike MacIntyre. “We have to find a way to move the ball better. Defense played okay at times, they just got worn down. We’re really poor on offense.”

The loss left the Buffs with a 5-6 record, with only one game left (on the road at California) to try and avoid turning a 5-0 record and a national ranking into a 5-7 finish.

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Updated – Pac-12 coaches speak out (anonymously) about CU quarterback Steven Montez …

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Notes and Quotes – QB’s

//posted 3.22.2018

Steven Montez is the starter – Has he alleviated questions concerning his decision-making and leadership?

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