Found November 06, 2012 on CU at the Game:
  Colorado v. Arizona – Preview Colorado leads the all-time series against Arizona, 13-1, with the Buffs’ only setback coming in a 24-21 loss in 1986 in Boulder. Colorado is 7-0 in games played in Tucson, including the 14-13 win in 1985 which Jon Embree referenced in his Tuesday press luncheon (here is a link to the story of that game). Last season, Colorado came into the game against Arizona on a seven-game losing streak, and surprised the Wildcats with a 48-29 victory in perhaps the best performance by the Buffs in the Jon Embree era. This season, Colorado comes into the game against Arizona on a five-game losing streak. Can history repeat itself? Here are this week’s “T.I.P.S.” … T – Talent Arizona fifth-year senior quarterback, Matt Scott, suffered a concussion in the third quarter against UCLA Saturday night, forcing him from the game. This incident came after Scott suffered multiple hits to the head late in the USC game on Oct. 27, but was allowed to stay in for a few plays be...
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