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2015 Schedule
4-8, 6th in Pac 12 - South

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Colorado with an impressive first quarter but same Achilles heal - finishing. Buffs execute an 87-yard drive but throw an interception in the red zone. Nelson Spruce - through one quarter - has already surpassed five of his game totals from this season. But Utes still hold a 7-0 advantage.


Utes take early lead over Colorado

Travis Wilson connected with Kenneth Scott on a 16-yard TD pass to give No. 23 Utah a 7-0 lead in the snow.


Utah keeps Colorado off the board

The Buffaloes drove down the field on the opening drive, but No. 23 Utah kept things scoreless with a big blocked field goal.

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Colorado takes on (23) Utah

Utah is 2-3 in its last five games after starting the season 6-0. As a starter, Travis Wilson had a 77 Total QBR in the first five games, compared with 52 in the past five games. Follow live

Colorado's Miller reprimanded for bite

The Pac-12 announced today that they reprimanded Tory Miller for biting an opponent during Colorado's win over Air Force on Wednesday. Miller apologized in a statement that read, in part: "It was a heat of the moment thing. I'm an emotional player, but I let my emotions get the best of me."

Snow flurries in Salt Lake City

A kickoff temperature of 28 degrees is expected for Colorado-Utah. Will periodic snow flurries accumulate on the field? AccuWeather forecast

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5dKevin Gemmell

Weekend rewind: It's rivalry week, Part 2

After Oregon stayed hot and Stanford handled Cal, the Pac-12 schedule features a storied rivalry that will determine a division champ.

Washington State shows off running game in victory (1:55)
Washington State Coach Mike Leach Halftime Interview (0:25)

Coogs find the end zone again

Washington State QB Luke Falk threw a quick screen to Dom Williams and he did the rest. Williams scored from 11 yards out to extend the Cougars lead 14-0 in the second quarter.


Cougars roll the dice and it pays off

On fourth down, Washington State QB Luke Falk finds Dom Williams streaking down the sideline for a 29-yard catch to the Colorado 9-yard line. The Coogs would get on the board a few plays later with a 1-yard Keith Harrington TD run. Colorado trails 7-0 late in the first quarter.

C. Apsay pass,to N. Spruce for 22 yds for a 1ST down (0:27)
K. Harrington run for 1 yd for a TD (0:46)
L. Falk pass,to D. Williams for 29 yds for a 1ST down (0:26)
Washington State Fan Dressed up as a Chicken (0:15)

Team Stats

Passing Yards239.249th
Rushing Yards165.274th
Points For25.0Tied-95th
Points Against28.1Tied-76th

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