Colorado football stays busy helping displaced flooding victims
Despite having their home game against Fresno State postponed, the Colorado Buffaloes football team stayed busy on Saturday afternoon.
The Buffs served meals to displaced victims of the horrific floods in the Boulder area, hosting an estimated 800 people at Folsom Field facilities while also spending time to get to know some of the victims and their families. The event captured Boulder's community spirit. Eight players on the Buffs' roster are among the many residents forced from their homes and apartments over the last three days.
Colorado will not play again until September 28, as they have a scheduled bye next week before traveling to Oregon State. Their next home game is October 4 against Oregon.
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