Discussion in 'University of Colorado News and Olympic Sports' started by cmgoods, Oct 15, 2014.
Please note this will only be available LIVE this evening via Pac 12 network ON THE WEB unless your cable/ satellite provider gets Pac 12 Bay Area, as it looks like that may be the only Pac 12 channel showing this match live. (With Pac 12 Mountain being "shared" with Utah, it's showing the Utah football game that starts an hour after this soccer match begins.)
It does look like it will be replayed on Pac 12 Mountain- I see it on Friday at 1:00 PM (MT).
These seasons go so fast. It's hard to believe this is it for road games this year for VB.
(Hopefully we'll get some neutral site games down the road, though.)
Ummm no. This is soccer.
Pac-12 Bay Area
Colorado Soccer @CUBuffsSoccer 43m43 minutes ago
Kickoff in 1 hour vs. Stanford: Scheele; Rice, Jones, Cooper, Ward; Hogg, Stanton, Jerman, Krauser; Hooks, Paxton #SKOBuffs #beatthecards
Colorado Soccer @CUBuffsSoccer 5m5 minutes ago
Buffs warming up to take on Stanford. Cheer on your Buffs on PAC12 Network #SKOBuffs
I'll have some updates but not too much play-by-play
And we're underway
I haven't been paying close attention, but 9 minutes in and it looks like a lot of back and forth at midfield.
The last few minutes have been all Stanford on the attack, but it's still 0-0
Yep- A couple dangerous chances for Stanford at ~12 minute mark, but no great save necessary, and one more just now.
Still 0-0 ~19 minutes into the first half.
Hogg with probably the Buffs best chance but it was plucked away by the goalie before she could get to it
0-0 25 minutes in
A couple random points from the announcers-
1) Coach Sanchez going for his overall 300th career win and
2) CU has never beaten Stanford.
The Buffs have actually have had a couple decent balls in recently, but no one there to receive the balls.
Free kick for Stanford just outside the box
back to back shots blocked by CU and it's a Stanford corner
Corner easily headed away
Stanford gets on the board first with a header that just goes over Scheele's head for a 1-0 lead
Goal Stanford on a header
1-0 Stanford at half time.
Halftime 1-0 Stanford
Stats showing Stanford up 8-0 in shots at the half, with only the goal being a shot "on goal".
From the way the camera points, looks like there are very few people there. However, it looks like Stanford averages 1375 per game, so assume most of the fans are on the same side as the camera, so aren't visible on TV.
And the 2nd half begins.
55 minutes in and still 1-0 Stanford
Buffs best bit of offensive possession at ~56 minute mark, but no shots from it.
Stanford adds another
Play of the day by Stanford. Buffs header toward open net for goal was headed away at last second by Stanford defender.
Last 8 minutes of the match and Buffs still down 2-0
Stanford gets another goal and will win 3-0
3-0 Stanford- goal within a couple minutes of the end.
Tough match for the Buffs, but Stanford is clearly a much better team and they battled hard. Need to put it behind them and prepare for the Washington schools next week.
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