Colorado falls at home to Arizona in a shootout. Missed opportunities and continued issues on defense drop the Buffs to 3-2, with more players leaving the game due to injury on an already thinning roster.
Colorado and Arizona meet in Boulder to compete for first place in the Pac12 South, each coming off an emotional, late-game victory. With injuries plaguing both sides and with both offenses itching to erupt, a shootout is on the horizon.
Colorado outlasts Arizona State in a shootout. Tony Brown shines in Laviska Shenault Jr.'s absence, as the star receiver and defensive leader Mustafa Johnson exit the game early with injuries. A win entering the bye week and an undefeated conference record for the Buffs after Week 4.
The Buffaloes will hit the road this weekend to take on Arizona State. What do the Buffs need to do to hand the Sun Devils their first loss?
Colorado unable to mount comeback after forcing overtime against Air Force. The defense was left exposed and the offense lacked urgency in the first loss of Mel Tucker's tenure as CU head coach.
After wins over both Colorado State and Nebraska, the University of Colorado and Mel Tucker are set to take on the triple-option offense of Air Force.
Colorado and Nebraska combined for a huge 38 point fourth quarter after a dismal first half for the Buffs. Overtime was necessary for Colorado to win their second straight and secure a victory in their first home game of the season.
Colorado faces rival No. 25 Nebraska in their first home game of the season hoping to win in back to back years against the Cornhuskers and start the season 2-0
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The Buffs win fifth straight Rocky Mountain Showdown 52-31 with a huge game from Alex Fontenot (125 yds, 3 TDs) and miscues aplenty by the Rams