The Colorado Buffaloes (3-1, 0-1) will take to the road for the first time in 2017 as they travel to the Rose Bowl to face the UCLA Bruins (2-2, 0-1) at 8:30pm MT on Saturday night. Colorado snapped a five-game losing streak to UCLA with last year’s 20-10 win in Boulder, it was their first win over the Bruins since the Buffs joined the Pac-12.

It is the second straight game on national television for the Buffs. The game being broadcast on ESPN2 figures to be a #Pac12AfterDark night cap to an exciting Saturday in college football. CU fell to the (#6/#6) Washington Huskies (4-0, 1-0) in the rematch of the 2016 Pac-12 Championship game to open conference play last Saturday, 37-10.

Redshirt-sophomore QB Steven Montez threw three interceptions in the loss. For the Buffs to compete with the nation’s best passing attack, Montez has to take better care of the football. UCLA enters the game averaging over 45 points per game and Colorado will not be able to compete if they give the Bruins any handouts.

Mat Smith breaks down film of the Washington game and explains his takeaways before previewing the matchup with the nation’s leading passer in junior QB Josh Rosen. Find out why Mat thinks the Buffs have a good chance to pull the upset on the road in Pasadena.

All this and MUCH more on this episode of No Bull, Just Buffs!

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