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The leaves are turning, the World Series is on TV and it’s getting colder. It must be November. For the Colorado Buffaloes, November brings on four opportunities for the Buffs to prove themselves against the PAC-12’s best. The Buffs’ focus is on Oregon this weekend but will face USC, Washington and Utah in that order this month. In last week’s homecoming game against Arizona State, Colorado showed a willingness to fight when they were down by 22 points late in the fourth quarter. They’re going to need all of that fight and then some with the number eight team in the country coming to Folsom Field this Saturday in the Oregon Ducks. The Buffs are 31.5-point underdogs heading into Saturday’s…

Coming off of the momentum generated by interim head coach Mike Sanford’s energy and the Buffs’ first win of the season against Cal, Colorado fell flat last Saturday against Oregon State. It was a painful 42-9 loss that was a reminder of the first five games of the season under Karl Dorrell’s lead. Last week’s loss was a tough pill...

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Last Saturday’s win will live in the memories of every CU fan, coach and player for the foreseeable future. Interim head coach Mike Sanford’s energy has got the Buffs on a wave of momentum but a trip to Oregon State is on the schedule this weekend and could prove to be difficult for the Buffs in more ways than one....

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Brendon Lewis suited up as a Colorado Buffalo for the final time on Saturday. After sliding down to third on the quarterback depth chart, Lewis made the decision to enter the transfer portal on Tuesday. In a statement Lewis posted to Twitter, the former Buffs’ quarterback said, “Over the various changes I’ve encountered throughout my three years at CU, I’ve...

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Be careful what you wish for. After a season opener in which Brendon Lewis played most of the game, Colorado fans and cognoscenti were wondering why J.T. Shrout did not play more. Shrout started and played every offensive snap in Saturday’s game against Air Force, a game that became a comedy of errors. The weather may have played a factor...

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