The final regular season game of the year has arrived for Mel Tucker and the Colorado Buffaloes. The Buffs play No. 6 Utah Saturday, a physical, ground-and-pound team hoping to find their way into the college football playoff. Can CU play spoiler?
Colorado shakes five-game losing streak to beat Stanford at home. A last second kick by Evan Price gave the Buffs the win after an impressive defensive performance. The Buffaloes head into the bye week with a win.
Colorado tries to win their first game in the last six tries Saturday as Stanford comes to Folsom Field. In midweek press availability, emphasis was on returning to the teams roots with takeaways and big plays.
Colorado lost for the fifth straight game and the issues on offense were very uncharacteristic of a team that entered the year with high expectations. UCLA showed poise on both sides of the ball to win their third straight.
Colorado needs a win after 4 losses in a row and travels to UCLA Saturday. The Bruins have had a rollercoaster of a season, as have the Buffs, so this Pac-12 after dark contest will certainly have some suspense and excitement.
Colorado was unable to outlast USC for their first win over the Trojans in program history. Offense and defense both showed improvement from recent weeks and there is hope on the horizon despite the heartbreak of Friday night.
Colorado continued to struggle with injuries and mistakes as they lost on the road to Washington State 41-10.
Colorado loses in blowout fashion to Oregon. Defense is the main issue and penalties and turnovers add to the lopsided affair as the Ducks run and pass at will against an exposed Buffaloes defense.
Colorado's third game against a ranked opponent this season and their biggest challenge yet: Oregon. The Buffaloes' defense will have to show up in a big way Friday night to defeat the 13th ranked team in the country. Hopefully players returning from injury for Colorado have a big impact.
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?