Colorado v. Washington – Preview
Against Arizona last weekend, Colorado took its first lead in almost a month, and held its first lead at the end of a quarter since the third quarter of game two against Sacramento State. The 10-7 lead at the end of the first quarter, though, did not hold up, as Arizona went on a seven touchdowns in seven drives barrage to take out the Buffs, 56-31.
So, can Colorado keep it together for more than a quarter against Washington? Will playing at home before 43,000 or so hopeful fans help keep the Buffs’ spirits up? Will the Washington offense, which has broken the 21-point barrier only twice this season, be held in check?
Let’s turn to this week’s “T.I.P.S.” for answers …
T – Talent
That gasping noise you heard emanating from the Pacific Northwest last Sunday was the sound of Washington running back Bishop Sankey watching the film of the Colorado/Arizona game.
A decent, but by no means record-worthy, running back by the name of Ka’Deem Carey found his ...