The Colorado Buffaloes found their offensive momentum for the first time since the start of conference play on Saturday, running away with a 44-28 victory over Cal. In a commanding performance, CU won out in all phases of the game and got one step closer to earning a second consecutive bowl game invitation.
The Colorado Buffaloes defense took a huge step forward on Saturday in their victory over the California Golden Bears. They were finally able to generate the type of pass rush they’ve been looking for all season.
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…...
The Colorado Buffaloes got shutout by the Washington State Cougars 28-0 in incredibly poor weather conditions. The Buffs bit the injury bug and struggled to get anything going on offense so how did each player perform? Let’s find out…
In the matchup between the Colorado Buffaloes and the Oregon State Beavers, both teams were looking for their first conference win. The Beavers came out like a team on a mission and the Buffs were able to control and eventually come out with the victory. So what did we learn?
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…...
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…...
Linebacker is among the most intriguing positions in college football. Every once in awhile you will find a guy that doesn’t have all of the physical tools but is able to dominate the position because of his football IQ. The Buffaloes have their own cerebral linebacker in Rick Gamboa.
As the Colorado Buffaloes fell to the UCLA Bruins 27-23, there were some things that the Buffs did well and other things that they obviously need to work on. As the Buffaloes try to right the ship in Pac-12, here are BSN Denver’s takeaways from the fifth game of the season.
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.
This game was supposed to be about redemption. The Colorado Buffaloes felt ‘embarrassed’ after the Pac-12 Championship and felt like they had something to prove in the rematch against the Washington Huskies. There was just one problem, they never fixed the biggest problem in the Pac-12 Championship game, run defense.
A Pac-12 championship rematch will garner lots of attention. One of the things that flies under the radar is the attention it gets from recruits. High school football players love to see a great college atmosphere so the bigger games always seem to attract the most recruits.
The Colorado Buffaloes have already added plenty of skilled players both on offense and defense in the 2018 recruiting class, but up to this point they had yet to fill their need on the defensive line. That changed on Thursday morning when Melekiola 'Tava' Finau, a three-star recruit out of Sacramento, CA, verbally committed to play for the Buffaloes.
As the Colorado Buffaloes beat the Northern Colorado Bears handedly 41-21, they left a lot to be desired from Buffs fans. There are questions that remained unanswered and some questions that got answered this past Saturday. Here are some of the main takeaways from week three.
That is the quietest career day that Steven Montez will ever have. He threw for a career high 357 yards and four touchdowns.
Dante Sparaco has been gearing up to be a Colorado Buffalo for a while now. He was the first one commit, along with Jonathan Van Diest, as a part of CU’s 2017 recruiting class. Sparaco was able to make his debut in the season opener against Colorado State and he couldn’t have been happier about it.
Steven Montez paid tribute to his fraternity, Sigma Pi, on Saturday after scoring his first rushing touchdown of the season. What he didn’t know at the time, was that he was paying tribute to the loss of a brother that passed away on Friday evening.
BOULDER – A lot of hype can lead to a lot of disappointment. That is exactly what has happened to the offense for the Colorado Buffaloes. There was so much build-up in the off-season because of the nine returning starters. “I don’t think there’s any concern, to be honest,” quarterback Steven Montez said after the game. “I think like Isaiah [Oliver]…...