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Colorado Daily – Arizona

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    [h=2]Colorado Daily – Arizona[/h]–
    November 2nd
    Colorado a 16-point underdog to No. 21 Arizona
    Another ranked opponent, another large point-spread.
    Colorado has opened up as a 16-point underdog to No. 21 Arizona (6:00 p.m., MT, Pac-12 Networks), according to vegasinsider.com. The Wildcats were the first Pac-12 opponent the Buffs ever defeated, falling in Boulder in 2011, 48-29. Since then, however, Arizona has run off a pair of lopsided victories, defeating Colorado 56-31 the last time the teams met in Tucson, and 44-20 last year in Boulder.
    The rest of the Pac-12 games next weekend:
    - No. 11 Arizona State is a 1.5-point pick at home against No. 8 Notre Dame*(1:30 p.m., MT, ABC)
    - Oregon State is a 7.5-point favorite at home against Washington State (2:00 p.m., MT, Pac-12 Networks)
    - No. 18 UCLA is a 4.5-point choice on the road over Washington (5:00 p.m., MT, Fox Sports)
    - No. 5 Oregon is a 9.5-point favorite on the road against No. 20 Utah (8:00 p.m., MT, ESPN
    …*Stanford, Cal, and USC have the week off …
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    Arizona falls seven spots in latest AP poll; CSU remains just outside
    The Pac-12 had a number of showdowns this past weekend, with the results having a significant impact on the latest Associated Press rankings.
    No. 5 Oregon took out Stanford, but stayed did not move in the poll. Arizona State*defeated Utah, 19-16, in overtime, with the victory moving the Sun Devils up four spots, to No. 15. Utah, meanwhile, fell two spots to No. 20. UCLA took out Arizona, 17-7, with the result causing significant movement for both teams. UCLA moved up seven spots, from No. 25 to No. 18, while Arizona fell seven spots, from No. 14 to No. 21.
    USC, which dropped out of the poll last weekend, stayed out of the poll this weekend, despite a 44-17 rout on the road against Washington State. The Trojans stayed at No. 27 this week, one spot behind Colorado State, which remained at No. 26 this week.
    Stanford, despite its 45-16 loss to Oregon – and a 5-4 record – is still receiving votes (4), good enough for 31st in the poll.
    Here is the full poll:
    1Mississippi State (45)8-01484
    2Florida State (15)8-01452
    3Auburn7-11345
    4Alabama7-11281
    5Oregon8-11275
    6TCU7-11148
    7Michigan State7-11120
    8Notre Dame7-11096
    9Kansas State7-11049
    10Baylor7-1961
    11Arizona State7-1831
    12Ole Miss7-2828
    13Ohio State7-1780
    14LSU7-2717
    15Nebraska8-1680
    16Oklahoma6-2574
    17Georgia6-2465
    18UCLA7-2464
    19Clemson6-2341
    20Utah6-2327
    21Arizona6-2325
    22Duke7-1288
    23Marshall8-0238
    24West Virginia6-3159
    25Wisconsin6-283

    • Others receiving votes: Colorado State 67, USC 48, Missouri 42, Georgia Tech 15, Louisville 7, Stanford 4, North Dakota State 4, Florida 1, Texas A&M 1


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    November 1st*
    … CU in a few minutes …
    Latest CU Video – “Foundations”
    The CU Video crew has put together a great six-minute piece to get you excited about Colorado football!* Enjoy!!


    Construction update – 10/31/2014
    Here is a link to the latest construction update video.
    “We’re on schedule” is the best part of the piece, which runs for just over a minute.
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