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    Colorado Daily – Stanford




    November 1st

    … CU in a few minutes …

    Colorado a 16-point underdog against Stanford

    According to vegasinsider.com, No. 9 Stanford is a 16-point favorite over Colorado for their game this Saturday (11:00 a.m., MT, Pac-12 Networks).

    Other Pac-12 lines:

    – Washington is a 1.5-point pick over No. 13 Utah

    – USC is a 17.5-point favorite over Arizona

    – No. 22 UCLA is a 15.5-point favorite on the road over Oregon State

    – Oregon is a 5.5-point favorite at home against California

    – Arizona State is a 1.0-point favorite on the road over Washington State





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    Colorado remains at No. 11 in ESPN Pac-12 Power Rankings

    It’s going to take an upset for the Buffs to move up from its current No. 11 spot.

    Here is a link to the full rankings.

    What ESPN had to say about the bottom three:

    [​IMG]10. Arizona Wildcats: With just three games left against USC, Utah and Arizona State, you have to wonder whether the Wildcats can find just one more win and get to the postseason. If they turn the ball over the way they did Saturday against Washington, the answer is no.

    [​IMG]11. Colorado Buffaloes: Another week, another coulda-woulda-shoulda-been for the Buffs. Saturday’s 35-31 defeat to UCLA was Colorado’s second loss in three weeks by one possession.

    [​IMG]12. Oregon State Beavers: I don’t think I’m alone in the thought that I came away fairly impressed by Oregon State’s defensive front seven on Saturday. Tough environment on the road, and I thought the Beavers held up pretty well against Utah for most of the game. They just didn’t have the offense to keep up.





    Stanford falls one spot in AP poll after close call in Pullman; UCLA up one spot

    Once again, the Pac-12 has three teams in the Associated Press top 25 rankings, with No. 9 Stanford leading the way. The Cardinal, 30-28 winners over Washington State, fell one spot, while UCLA, 35-31 winners over Colorado, rose one spot to No. 22.

    Three teams from the Pac-12 are amongst the others receiving votes, with USC (CU’s next opponent) coming in at No. 27, Cal in a tie for 32nd, and Washington State in a tie for 37th.

    1. Ohio St. (39) 8-0 1465 1
    2. Baylor (6) 7-0 1408 2
    3. Clemson (6) 8-0 1381 3
    4. LSU (5) 7-0 1346 4
    5. TCU (4) 8-0 1336 5
    6. Michigan St. 8-0 1249 6
    7. Alabama (1) 7-1 1160 7
    8. Notre Dame 7-1 1019 9
    9. Stanford 7-1 1014 8
    10. Iowa 8-0 954 10
    11. Florida 7-1 923 11
    12. Oklahoma St. 8-0 879 12
    13. Utah 7-1 809 13
    14. Oklahoma 7-1 712 14
    15. Memphis 8-0 683 16
    16. Michigan 6-2 613 15
    17. Florida St. 7-1 571 17
    18. Houston 8-0 466 18
    19. Mississippi 7-2 414 19
    20. Toledo 7-0 366 20
    21. N. Carolina 7-1 248 NR
    22. UCLA 6-2 190 24
    23. Temple 7-1 175 21
    24. Mississippi St. 6-2 144 25
    25. Texas A&M 6-2 101 NR
    Others Receiving Votes: Wisconsin 64, USC 57, BYU 27, Northwestern 21, Duke 7, Penn St. 5, Appalachian St. 4, Boise St. 4, California 4, Pittsburgh 2, Tennessee 2, Navy 1, Washington St. 1

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