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Bad news for Buffs fans: This season’s schedule is brutal. ESPN’s Football Power Index says it’s the sixth most difficult in the country. Phil Steele calls it the fifth-toughest and adds that Colorado will square off against six of the top 15 quarterbacks in the nation. Essentially every other game will be against a future NFL gunslinger. The Buffs take on the toughest teams in the Pac-12 North this year (Oregon, Washington, Stanford, Washington State) while missing out on the weaker programs (Cal, Oregon State). If things don’t break Colorado’s way early in the season, just remember that it’s a transitional year and the Buffs will have some stability in their coaching staff and less on their plate in 2020.…

BOULDER – The Colorado Buffaloes showed out for their homecoming fans in their 44-28 victory over the California Golden Bears on Saturday. The offense was clicking and the defense was getting pressure on the quarterback. How did each player perform? Let’s find out… Offense Steven Montez (QB) – A The redemption game for Steven Montez. Montez needed a boost and he...

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BOULDER – Shay Fields has garnered the nickname ‘Big Play Shay’ for a reason. Throughout his Colorado Buffaloes career, Fields has been the guy to make the play when the Buffs need it the most and has always had a knack for finding the end zone. The 5-foot-11 wide receiver has had nine plays of 50 yards or more and...

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BOULDER – The Colorado Buffaloes picked up commitment No. 18 on Friday night when Hasaan Hypolite III verbally committed to play for the Buffs. https://twitter.com/HypKing/status/916516068650291200 The three-star recruit’s decision came down to Houston, Texas Tech, and Colorado. The Buffaloes won out after hosting Hypolite for the Washington game two weeks ago. That was Hypolite’s second visit to Colorado after coming...

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It has been no secret through four games that the Colorado Buffaloes offensive line has been a disappointment through four games this season. There are plenty of things to point to as the reason for their struggles but one of the main reasons is the starting five linemen that were anticipated before the season have yet to play together as unit.

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