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Colorado Daily

//posted 11.30.2019
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Game Day! … Laviska Shenault: “We can’t really make mistakes and we just gotta do us” … *Video – Mel Tucker Friday Press Conference* … Mel Tucker credited with turning the tide of Ohio State/Michigan rivalry to Buckeyes …

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Senior Moments

//posted 11.24.2019
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A total of 17 seniors were honored before kickoff of the Washington game … The seniors, led by the enigmatic Steven Montez, produced CU’s first win over Washington in 23 years, and gave the Buff Nation not only hope for next week, but for the future …

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Colorado 20, Washington 14

//posted 11.24.2019
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Buffs hold Washington offense to 238 total yards … Laviska Shenault (100 yards receiving) and Alex Fontenot (105 yards rushing) lead the offense … Mel Tucker: “I am just really proud of our football team” … Tim Lynott the first offensive lineman to win Buffalo Heart Award … Game Notes added …

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Colorado Daily – CSU

//posted 8.30.2019
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GameDay!! … Drew Litton: “Tucker Time” … Mel Tucker: A 1998 game his “most life-changing event” … Mel Tucker on CSU: “It’s going to be a huge challenge for us” … Senior walk-on safety Lucas Cooper awarded a scholarship … CU DC Tyson Summers taking on former boss in Mike Bobo … CU Video: “Relentless: Episode 1” …

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Preseason Magazines

//posted 7.31.2019
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College Football at 150: Ralphie of the game’s most iconic symbols … CBS Sports: Sixteen teams with a shot at the national championship (surprise! Four are from the Pac-12) … College Football News: CU one of the most valuable Pac-12 over/under bets … Final preseason tally: Seven Buffs named to a total of 14 preseason Watch lists (Shenault named to four …

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Colorado Daily – USC

//posted 11.11.2017

Drew Litton … Buffs look for signature win … Neill Woelk’s Five Keys … Derek McCartney saves a life … Ten inducted into CU Sports Hall of Fame

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Arizona State scored 24 fourth quarter points, erasing a ten-point deficit to defeat Colorado, 41-30. The Sun Devils went for 583 yards of offense, including 381 yards on the ground. ASU quarterback Manny Wilkins passed for 202 yards, rushed for 95 more, while running back Demario Richard had 25 carries for 189 yards and a touchdown.

The Buffs had leads of 10-0, 17-7 and 27-17, but squandered multiple opportunities to put away the Sun Devils. Steven Montez completed 23-of-40 passes for 345 yards, while Phillip Lindsay had 140 yards of total offense (80 yards rushing; 60 yards passing). It made little difference, though, as the Arizona State had seven second half possessions, scoring on five of them.

The loss left Colorado with a 5-5 overall record, 2-5 in Pac-12 play … and in last place in the Pac-12 South.

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Season Preview – O-Line

//posted 7.1.2017

CU returns four starters along line … If they can stay healthy, this could be the most productive unit in years

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Colorado wanted a fast start to the first game of the 2016 season.

The 2015 opener against Hawai’i opened with a three-and-out and a blocked punt from the Colorado offense, and the Buffs never really recovered … in that game, or really, the entire season.

Against Colorado State in the 2016 opener, though, the Buffs got off to a fast start, storming out to a 21-0 first quarter lead, never looking back in a 44-7 domination of the Rams.

Sefo Liufau went 23-for-33 for 318 yards and a touchdown, also contributing 66 yards rushing on 14 carries. Phillip Lindsay had 20 carries for 95 yards and two touchdowns to lead a 260-yard rushing attack. The receiving corps also failed to post a 100-yard effort, but were more than happy to settle for Bryce Bobo’s 99 yards on five catches, and the 97 yards and a touchdown from Devin Ross.

In all, Colorado went for 578 yards of total offense, holding Colorado State to 225 yards (including only 63 yards passing). The Buff defense forced four turnovers, and surrendered only 12 first downs.

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ARCHIVED GAME OF THE WEEK
2016 No. 9 CU takes down No. 21 Utah, 27-22, to claim CU's first Pac-12 South title No Conflict, No Story ... Buffs complete worst-to-first ride to title READ