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bsn BSN: Twi-lights: CU Buffs begrudgingly downed by Bruins

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    The Colorado Buffaloes played one of the best games they’ve played in several years and still came up short against a ranked team on the road. Number 24 UCLA beat Colorado 35-31 at the Rose Bowl despite the Buffs dominating play. The tweets about this game tell a great story.

    Highlights:


    PICK SIX! 96-yard TD for the Bruins [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] WATCH #CUvsUCLA: https://t.co/qcjjBLAeMv https://t.co/BYb9fUWtED

    — Pac-12 Networks (@Pac12Networks) October 31, 2015



    Here's how CU's @NSpruce22 became the all-time leading receiver in @Pac12 history. #GoBuffs #CUvsUCLA https://t.co/466Dj06jgd

    — Colorado Buffaloes (@CUBuffs) October 31, 2015



    TOUCHDOWN COLORADO. Buffs within 21-13 early in the 3rdQ after this @ItsDonovanLee TD. WATCH: @Pac12Networks https://t.co/dMwmpeeVSq

    — Colorado Buffaloes (@CUBuffs) October 31, 2015



    FUMBLE: Buffs get the ball back immediately. Awini forced it, Bell fell on it. #GoBuffs #CUvsUCLA https://t.co/CTV4U3jy5M

    — Colorado Buffaloes (@CUBuffs) October 31, 2015



    TOUCHDOWN BUFFS! CU within 5 at 28-23 early in the fourth after this Kafovalu fumble return! #GoBuffs #CUvsUCLA https://t.co/TjnsqcXnQv

    — Colorado Buffaloes (@CUBuffs) October 31, 2015



    Colorado is gaining some momentum! [​IMG] How ya feeling, Buffs?? #CUvsUCLA pic.twitter.com/agREi3Kn1Y

    — Pac-12 Networks (@Pac12Networks) October 31, 2015



    TOUCHDOWN BUFFS IN THE LEAD. This Patrick Carr TD puts the Buffs up 31-28. #GoBuffs #CUvsUCLA WATCH @Pac12Networks https://t.co/SO32VRN6wf

    — Colorado Buffaloes (@CUBuffs) October 31, 2015



    UCLA says NO to Colorado's comeback! The Bruins are back on top [​IMG] #CUvsUCLA in ON: https://t.co/qcjjBLiDnV pic.twitter.com/8QV4pq3zrY

    — Pac-12 Networks (@Pac12Networks) October 31, 2015


    Tweets:


    We in here #RoadBSNBuffs pic.twitter.com/RCTRZCDTWQ

    — Ryan Koenigsberg (@RyanKoenigsberg) October 31, 2015



    .@BBadss with the throwback hat of the game. pic.twitter.com/HBTH0Jx1C5

    — Ryan Koenigsberg (@RyanKoenigsberg) October 31, 2015



    Chad Brown just picked the Buffs to win on the P12N pregame.

    — Jake Shapiro (@Shapalicious) October 31, 2015



    I think Lindgren just flips to a random page of the playbook and points with his eyes closed and where ever it lands, that's the play call.

    — Matt Sisneros (@Matt_Sisneros) October 31, 2015



    #Buff****

    — Beau Gamble (@BeauGamble14) October 31, 2015



    Look up Murphy's Law in the dictionary and you will find a picture of Ralphie all alone crying in her own tears and feces.

    — Tyler Ziskin (@TZiskBuff) October 31, 2015



    pic.twitter.com/18TVcEfv5G

    — Jake Shapiro (@Shapalicious) October 31, 2015



    #CUBuffs have still outgained UCLA, 206-197, but #Buffs now trail Bruins 21-3.

    — Adam Munsterteiger (@adamcm777) October 31, 2015



    And there's the all-time leading receiver in @pac12 history, 11-yard gain for @nspruce22 from @SefoLiufau #GoBuffs pic.twitter.com/xcgbuYBx1Q

    — Colorado Football (@RunRalphieRun) October 31, 2015



    Awini Bell Combine Defensively Effectively

    — Jake Shapiro (@Shapalicious) October 31, 2015



    I I believe I believe that I believe that we I believe that we will cover

    — Ted Chalfen (@TheGhostofMarv) October 31, 2015



    I checked, that is the first time since like the early 2000's that a ball bounced right into the chest of a Colorado player.

    — Ryan Koenigsberg (@RyanKoenigsberg) October 31, 2015



    pic.twitter.com/0ZCf2JaAyi

    — Patrick Ghidossi (@patrickghidossi) October 31, 2015



    POINTS! SPORTS! HALLOWEEN!

    — Corrin (@lovelycorrin) October 31, 2015



    Yesssssssess Buffaloes!!!

    — Tyler Ziskin (@TZiskBuff) October 31, 2015



    MY FAVORITE CARR IS PATRICK

    — Cameron Goeldner (@Goeldfinger) October 31, 2015



    This can't be real

    — Jeremy Deischer (@roxbombers) October 31, 2015



    ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED!?!?!?!

    — Andrew G. Haubner (@A_G_Haubner) October 31, 2015



    Every Mac FG decision was genius.

    — Ryan Koenigsberg (@RyanKoenigsberg) October 31, 2015



    #MacReadTheMessageBoards

    — William Whelan (@William_Whelan) October 31, 2015



    Buffs have a chance to take a two-score lead. Let's see what they do.

    — Ryan Koenigsberg (@RyanKoenigsberg) October 31, 2015



    Colorado is leading No. 24 UCLA in the 4th Qtr. The Buffaloes haven't beaten a ranked team on the road since 2002. pic.twitter.com/59hDrA9A4s

    — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 31, 2015



    That touchdown was so-so.

    — Ryan Koenigsberg (@RyanKoenigsberg) October 31, 2015



    Sefo is a tough son of a b!!!!

    — Beau Gamble (@BeauGamble14) October 31, 2015



    “When faced with a chocolate chip cookie, why do you want a snickerdoodle?” is a thing that was just said during the UCLA/Colorado game.

    — Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) October 31, 2015



    Lee, Carr & Lindsey are fun.

    — James Lucas (@CUGoose) October 31, 2015



    Donovan Lee is not human

    — Andrew G. Haubner (@A_G_Haubner) October 31, 2015



    Sefo is a tough son of a b!!!!

    — Beau Gamble (@BeauGamble14) October 31, 2015



    Sefo is unreal.

    — Jake Shapiro (@Shapalicious) October 31, 2015



    Just agonizing.

    — Ted Chalfen (@TheGhostofMarv) October 31, 2015





    Sefo is picked. Game over.

    — Ryan Koenigsberg (@RyanKoenigsberg) October 31, 2015

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