- Ted Miller, ESPN Staff Writer
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Rock bottom may be a moving target for Colorado this year.
The Buffaloes, after an 0-2 start that included a home loss to a middling FCS team, Sacramento State, got pounded 69-14 at Fresno State, a team with a new coach that went 4-9 last year.
Colorado was outgained 665 yards to 278. The Bulldogs rolled up 288 yards rushing.
The game was over in the first quarter, when Fresno State took a 35-0 lead. The halftime count was 55-7.
Going into the game, this looked like the Buffs best chance for a win this year. Now it's legitimate to entertain the notion of a winless season for second-year coach Jon Embree, who already is hearing gripes from the fan base.