BOULDER - Colorado's soccer team has been absolutely dominant as of late in season-opening matches and that continued last night. Since the inception of the program, the Buffaloes have posted an 11-5-5 mark in openers after Friday's 2-0 win at Air Force. Continue reading... " ... The Buffs hope that momentum carries over into Sunday's home opener against Colorado State, where the Buffs take a shutout streak of 727 minutes and 57 seconds in home openers and are 15-4-1 all-time. That will not be an easy task, however, facing rival Colorado State, which earned a 2-0 road win as well last night at the University of Denver. The Rams and Buffs played to a 1-1 draw last year in Fort Collins to open the season. A 2-0 start to the season would be big--CU has only started a season 2-0 five times in its 20-year history, and the past two times it achieved that, the Buffs went on to make the NCAA Tournament--both of those under current head coach Danny Sanchez. Sanchez was pleased with his team's effort on Friday, but has some little things to work on for Sunday. ... The first 350 fans wearing CU gear on Sunday will receive a commemorative 20th Anniversary pint glass as 2016 marks the 20th anniversary of CU soccer, which started in 1996. Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. at Prentup Field. " TV/ Streaming- On Pac 12 Networks (National and Mountain channels), with it also being available for those whose cable/ satellite subscriptions include the Pac 12 network at http://pac-12.com/live?networks=P12MTN . Live Stats - http://www.sidearmstats.com/cu/wsoc/ (This is the link in the cubuffs page. Right now it links to an old BYU (or maybe UCLA)-CU match, but hopefully it will update before the matct starts tomorrow.