The men's golf team, again playing shorthanded Friday, slipped down the rung into a tie for 22nd place after two rounds of Stanford's "The Goodwin." Originally posted by CUBuffs.com Click here to view the article. " PALO ALTO, Calif. — The University of Colorado men’s golf team, again playing shorthanded here Friday, slipped down the rung in the standings into a tie for 22nd place after two rounds of Stanford’s “The Goodwin.” No. 38 Alabama-Birmingham, in second after round one, assumed the team lead with a 19-under par 541 team score, after turning in an 11-under par round Friday. No. 25 UNLV moved up a spot as well, jumping into second place with a 545 total, while No. 32 SMU made the day’s biggest move, from ninth into third after the Mustangs record the day’s best score (12-under 268) for a 547 score. First round leader and 33rd-ranked TCU slipped into fourth (549), with host Stanford continuing to hold down fifth (551). The No. 37 Buffaloes, in 17th after the first round, ballooned to a 21-over par 301 score which has CU with a 586 team total, or 26-over, entering Saturday’s final round. The Buffs obviously were looking for a much better showing in the field which features a dozen schools in the top 70, but will transition into damage control mode for the final 18 holes. ... "