Sefo Liufau's upcoming season for Colorado is uncertain; quarterback has months left of rehab

Three months after suffering a Lisfranc injury in his left foot, Sefo Liufau has come to terms with the reality that he can't always perform.

CU Buffs: Liufau taking positive approach to injury

  It wasn’t the way he pictured his season ending, being helped off the field after collapsing over his injured foot, but after having more than two weeks to reflect, Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau is taking an optimistic approach to his Lisfranc injury. “I think I can, mentally, get stronger, become even more of a leader,” he told media on Tuesday. “I think that I haven’t...
Via BSN Denver
November 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Colorado QB Sefo Liufau out for the season

Colorado Buffaloes quarterback Sefo Liufau suffered a Lisfranc injury in yesterday’s loss to USC and will undergo surgery that will keep him out for the next six to eight months. As a result, Liufau will not be able to participate in spring practices. For those unaware, a Lisfranc injury or fracture occurs when bones in the middle of the foot are broken and separated from the tarsus...
Via Campus Sports Net
November 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Colorado QB Sefo Liufau Leads Buffaloes To Win Over Oregon State

Oregon State had high hopes going into Saturday's game against Colorado. Not because they were over confident, but because it was homecoming. Every team plays better for their homecoming game--but in this case their play wasn't good enough.The Beavers could do little on offense throughout the game. Neither could the Buffaloes, but they did more than Oregon State did. Colorado quarterback...
Via FatManWriting
October 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Colorado QB Liufau: 'We just have to go out there and finish the game'

Colorado plays a physical brand of football that has performed better than many would have otherwise expected this season. Yet in Pac-12 play, the team remains winless.What's wrong with the Buffaloes? According to, Colorado has been outscored 41-20 in the fourth quarter during conference play. Since the beginning of last year, the report explains, Colorado has led...
Via Fox Sports
October 22, 2015  |  Discuss

CU Buffs voice support for their quarterback

  Anytime a team loses a couple games in a row, the backup quarterback becomes the most popular guy in town. Now I can sit here all day and try to convince you guys that none of the backups are a better option than Sefo Liufau, but first, take it from his teammates. Phillip Lindsay on Sefo Liufau: “Sefo is our quarterback and that’s the leader of our offense. I have all...
Via BSN Denver
October 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Buffs fans need to stop taking Sefo Liufau for granted

I can hear the rumbling. Buffaloes country is getting antsy, and there’s going to be a stampede of backlash if things don’t get turned around quickly. Firings, benchings, you name it; it’ll all happen, and it’ll all be the wrong move. During Colorado’s 48-23 loss to Arizona State, there was no doubt a sizable group of Buffaloes fans who at least considered the idea of...
Via Mile High Sports
October 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Colorado QB Sefo Liufau: 'We're still not satisfied'

In 2014, Colorado was a bottom-dweller in the Pac-12. They finished the season 2-10, without a conference victory.Through two games this season, however, the Buffaloes look improved. They're 2-1, which already matches last year's win total. Quarterback Sefo Liufau is 53-of-91 for 544 yards with 3 TD's and only one pick; he averages 5.98 yards per attempt with a 58.2 completion percentage...
Via Fox Sports
September 22, 2015  |  Discuss

QB Sefo Liufau: 'I think I sucked in the beginning of the game'

Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau, a junior from Washington, did not have his best game during his season opener.He threw an interception, did not throw a touchdown, only completed one play of 20+ yards and averaged just 6.8 yards per completion. He was 23-of-40 for 158 yards, good for just 3.58 yards per attempt. It was hardly an impressive effort, and during the weekly press conference...
Via Fox Sports
September 10, 2015  |  Discuss

CU Buffs Liufau reacts to bizarre finish, offensive line struggles

  As the clock struck zeroes early Friday morning, and the Buffaloes were seemingly robbed of one final chance at a game tying play, quarterback Sefo Liufau was seen screaming at the referees. “Frustration,” he said of the outburst. “It’s kind of upsetting, I think [Phillip Lindsay] got tackled with at least 12 seconds on the clock, and you would think, even if you have...
Via BSN Denver
September 06, 2015  |  Discuss

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