Colorado held Colorado State to just three points in their 17-3 win over their cross-state rivals. (Sept. 1, 2017)
Pac-12 Networks' Ashley Adamson and Yogi Roth are joined by Phillip Lindsay after Colorado's 17-3 win over Colorado State on Friday night in Boulder.
Pac-12 Networks football analyst Yogi Roth previews Friday's season opener for defending Pac-12 south champion Colorado against their rival Colorado State.
Regardless of the outcome of Super Bowl LIV, there will be at least one former Colorado player earning his first NFL championship ring.
BOULDER — The Pac-12 Conference released its schedule Thursday for conference football games for the 2020 season, with University of Colorado final slate having two home games in each month of the season and a non-Saturday contest for the 25th straight season.
The non-conference schedule has been set for years. The Buffaloes will once again open the season against Colorado State, but the two will play their first Rocky Mountain Showdown in Fort Collins since 1996 when they collide on Saturday, Sept. 5. It is the 22nd time the Rams will be CU's season opening opponent since the rivalry resumed after a 25-year dormancy in 1983. The Buffs have won the last five games in the series to take a 67-22-2 edge in its 91-game history.
On a day when the college football national championship was set to be decided, the Colorado Buffaloes returned to work, six weeks after their last game.