BOULDER – near the 500th Folsom Range game, Ralphie did not complete his normal running due to the cold, and seated the stadium half-empty and a coach with Mike MacIntyre over the Buffaloes who were there; gut out on the field
Not just black history.
And so the day was. Despite the leadership of another mention in Colombia, the final result of the final result was that the place was leaving the list that the stadium behind the gold stadium was digesting with just a double call with Colorado; falling to Utah to 30-7.
With its lost, the Buffs (2-6, 5-6 Pac-12) need a road impact against Cal boundaries in the next week's season to become bowl certificates.
There was a game that was there for a & # 39; at the beginning, but he can not get any side. At kickoff – with the home student section with a few people frozen in Colorado-Utah electric banana uniforms possessed three times twice. All offenses disagreed from the disaster because the teams could not get any attack by fire. grow in the mid 20s.
But Colorado broke through the first, and thank you as part of two big penalties on the Utes.
Initially, a penalty targeted forward to overthrow Utah linebacker Chase Hansen and moved the Buffs to the end of their enemies. Then, an interventions were relayed to their first instance and organized a major midnight McMillian trail run at a 13-yard garden for 7-0 at the end of the # 39 ; first time.
After putting a pound on the next step in Utah, Colorado got the ball back with a more balanced opportunity in a game where points seemed to be high. Laviska Shenault and K.D. Nixon got hold of his first trip out of the third place, but Utah moved the halfway with her; Marquise Blair's communication on Steven Montez has heated down.
That election was the formation of Utes equivalent, four-game march, 80-yards just 69 seconds. It came to an end when the money was sent by Samson Nacua out of his backdrop Jason Shelley, starting his second post, even even at 7-7 midway through the second quarter.
Colorado started the second half in a similar way to the first, with unnecessary driving, before the Buffs surrendered. first lead on the third season of Utah. The Colorado defenses were kept in the red field after a 13-play U-play march, but Matt Gay's divisions increased from 33 yards to 10-7.
Utah then played the game for the next driver after another Buffs, when Shelley's 47-yard conference delivered to Nacua the disaster, was cleared in Boulder as the score was extended to 17-7 with 4: 57 and third play.
This rainfall was extended in detail a few minutes later when Armand Shyne's single arm ran into seven-game, a 53-foot drive to make a turnout that was a freezer game. erosion to 24-7. Gay added two other field themes in the fourth, long & # 39; Shelley was ready with 221 yards through the air, and 125 of them went to Jaylen Dixon.
Colorado decided, at the same time, with only 187 yards of total crime when Montez suffered sustainability and Utah recorded six seasonal sacks and 16 attacks for loss.
The Buffs start against Cal at 5 p.m. November 24 and the game will be broadcast on the Pac-12 network.