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Colorado Daily – USC

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    [h=3][/h][h=3]Colorado Daily – USC[/h]November 18th
    Commitment coming?
    It’s possible*a CU commit might be confirmed today. The #CUin14 hashtag has been posted by several CU coaches, which is usually the sign that the Buffs have picked up another verbal commitment.
    Coach Mike MacIntyre’s policy is that a player needs to speak with him and commit to him (not just to the assistant coach who is recruiting him) to be considered a solid commit.
    Stay tuned …

    Game time set for USC at Colorado
    So, you thought it was chilly for the Cal game …
    Colorado will host No. 23 USC this weekend for Senior Day, or, more correctly, Senior Night.
    Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. this Saturday, with the game to be televised by the Pac-12 Networks.
    The current forecast for Saturday night calls for clear skies, with temperatures dropping into the low 30′s by kickoff.

    Colorado a three-touchdown underdog to No. 23 USC
    According to vegasinsider.com, the Buffs are a three-touchdown underdog to USC this Saturday.
    The line opened at 21.5, and has since moved to 22.5, with the Trojans coming to Boulder on a four-game win streak and hopes of a Pac-12 title showdown against UCLA in two weeks.
    Other lines of note
    - Oregon a 19-point favorite on the road against Arizona;
    - Stanford a 31.5-point pick over Cal;
    - Oregon State a 3.5-point favorite at home against Washington;
    - Arizona State a 2.5-point favorite on the road against UCLA;
    - Utah at Washington State – no line (perhaps waiting to see if Utah quarterback Travis Wilson is cleared to play);
    - Colorado State a seven-point underdog on the road against Utah State;
    - The worst line? Florida State a 56-point favorite over Idaho …

    Injury Update
    - Safety Parker Orms and linebacker Woodson Greer were both held out of the Cal game. Orms suffered a neck injury in Friday’s practice, and was held out as a precaution. “The coaches didn’t think I could protect myself out there”, said Orms. Greer, meanwhile, is recovering from a “stinger”. Both players are hopeful to be available for USC. Orms, a senior, was pretty adamant about playing in his final game at Folsom Field.*”I think I’m going to be out there no matter what”, said Orms Saturday night.
    - Wide receiver Paul Richardson acknowledged that the ankle he injured late in the Arizona game remains “sore”.*Richardson*is expected to play against USC, in what will likely be his final home game as a Buff.

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