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    Game recap from San Antonio

    It had been nine years since the University of Colorado Buffaloes last competed in a bowl game, nine years of torture and heartbreak since their loss to Alabama in the 2007 Independence Bowl. But the No. 10 Buffaloes did the improbable in 2016, going from worst to first in the Pac-12 South and...
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    Mac, Phil Lindsay and Sefo Liufau quotes: post Alamo Bowl

    SEFO LIUFAU (opening statement:) The game sucked. It’s kind of obvious. I don’t know what you guys want me to say. It’s pretty frustrating the way kind of things happened. Just didn’t come out with all things firing. I think in the beginning we moved the ball a lot as an offense but weren’t...
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    Preview: Alamo Bowl

    It's been nine brutally long years but at last, the Colorado Buffaloes football team has finally returned to the world of college bowl games. After a surprising 10-3 season (8-2 Pac-12), The No. 11 Buffs have earned the chance to compete in this years Valero Alamo Bowl in San Antonio. Despite...
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    Buffs take down Wazzu 38-24

    In a close contest, and against a team undefeated in Pac-12 Conference play, the No. 12 Colorado Buffaloes defeated No. 20 Washington State at home, 38-24. The Buffs (9-2, 7-1 Pac-12) sat in the tenth spot in the college football rankings before the contest began. The team will likely slide...
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    Pick Six (CU Independent football podcast) Week of Wazzu, Zona recap

    Here's this week's Pick Six. Take a listen y'all!
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    CU/UCLA: more quotes and a few miscellaneous points

    First of all, I wanted to share a few things I heard about the Bruins that amused me. Last week, UCLA's student newspaper, the Daily Bruin, sent a writer to Boulder to cover the game. His name was Matt and he shacked up with me for a night and naturally we chatted it up about the game and both...
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    Buffs eek out 20-10 win vs. UCLA, move to 7-2

    A two-year-old child attempting to eat spaghetti with no bib would have been less sloppy than the No. 21 Colorado Buffaloes’ 20-10 victory over the UCLA Bruins Thursday night at Folsom Field. The Buffs and Bruins combined for an eyebrow-raising 224 yards of total penalty yards in the contest...
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