Colorado Vs. Washington: Buffaloes Fall To Huskies, 52-24

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Colorado Vs. Washington Final Score: Huskies Too Much For Buffs To Handle In 52-24 Decision

The Colorado Buffaloes can't shake that losing feeling, now 1-6 with a four-game losing streak. They fell to the Washington Huskies on Saturday afternoon, 52-24. From the opening kickoff to the last play of the game, this was the Huskies' game.

Washington quarterback Keith Price threw four first-half touchdown passes and finished the game 21-of-28 for 257 yards. He came out of the game during the second half and was replaced by Joe Montana's son, Nick. He went 2-of-2 for 10 yards. The Huskies' running game, though, held it down in the second half. Chris Polk finished with 117 yards and Jesse Callier came up with 81 yards and a touchdown run.

With the Buffaloes defense already in shambles, the offense wasn't able to do much until the second half of the game. Running back Rodney Stewart sat out the second half of the game with a leg injury, allowing Tony Jones to fill in and pick up two touchdowns. He had just 49 yards on the ground, 38 on a run to start the third quarter. Quarterback Tyler Hansen completed 18-of-30 passes for 155 yards and one touchdown.

The Buffs return home to Folsom Field for next week's game against the Oregon Ducks. The 5-1 Huskies visit the Stanford Cardinals next week.

For more on this game, visit our Colorado blog Ralphie Report and our Washington blog UW Dawg Pound.

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Colorado Vs. Washington Score: Tony Jones Puts Buffs On Scoreboard, But Still Losing, 38-17

The Colorado Buffaloes need to sustain the momentum from their opening drive score in the second half, unlike their first drive of the first half that resulted in a score and nothing after that. They scored on an eight-play, 74-yard drive to cut the Washington Huskies' lead, 38-17.

Tony Jones, replacing Rodney Stewart for the remainder of the game, snapped off a 38-yard run to start the drive. He found a wide open hole before Desmond Trufant had him out of bounds. Josh Ford followed with 13 yards on the ground, but a few plays later Tyler Hansen had to call a timeout. Though he followed with an incompletion, a pass interference call on fourth down gave the Buffs new life.

Tony Jones and Tyler Hansen brought the ball to the two-yard line before the former punched the ball in from two yards out. Will Oliver connected on the extra point to make it a 38-17 deficit for the Buffs.

For more on this game, visit our Colorado blog Ralphie Report and our Washington blog UW Dawg Pound.

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Rodney Stewart Injury: Colorado Buffaloes RB Leaves Game With Leg Injury

The Colorado Buffaloes are already missing wide receiver Paul Richardson for a few weeks, and now running back Rodney Stewart is injured. He left in the first half of Saturday's game against the Washington Huskies and did not return before halftime hit. His leg was wrapped while he sat on the bench.

He started off strong with 42 yards on four attempts, though 33 of those came on one run. That helped set up Colorado's only score of the game so far. They are losing, 38-10. With Stewart's status up in the air, Tony Jones has filled in, but the Buffaloes offense had just over 100 total yards of offense.

His status is expected to be updated after halftime.

For more on this game, visit our Colorado blog Ralphie Report and our Washington blog UW Dawg Pound.

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Washington Vs. Colorado Halftime Score: Keith Price Throws Four TD Passes In 1st Half

Washington Huskies quarterback Keith Price has already tied his career high in touchdown passes with four--and that's just in the first half of the Huskies' game against the Colorado Buffaloes. At halftime Washington is shredding the Colorado defense for a 38-10 lead.

Price has thrown four touchdown passes twice before this season, against Hawaii and Nebraska. Price is 16-of-20 for 189 yards and four touchdowns. Each touchdown pass has gone to a different wide receiver, including Colorado native Devin Aguilar. Kevin Smith had a 22-yard touchdown run and Erik Folk kicked a 41-yard field goal at the end of the first half to have the Huskies 6-for-6 on their drives.

The Colorado offense has managed just 104 yards in the first half while Washington has 379 yards.

Buffaloes running back Rodney Stewart left the game and has yet to return.

For more on this game, visit our Colorado blog Ralphie Report and our Washington blog UW Dawg Pound.

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Colorado Vs. Washington Update: Huskies Firing On All Cylinders With 21-7 Lead

After a quick start by both the Colorado Buffaloes and the Washington Huskies, only Washington has been able to sustain it through the first quarter, leading 21-7. The Huskies went over 200 total yards of offense in the first quarter and saw quarterback Keith Price throw two touchdown passes. Price threw a touchdown on the opening and closing drives of the quarter, the latter an 11-yard toss to Austin Seferian-Jenkins as time expired.

Tyler Hansen has gone 8-of-10 for 86 yards and a touchdown. The score came on a short pass to Kyle Cefalo. But the defense hasn't been able to stop Keith Price.

The Huskies are on pace to score 84 points, though they won't keep pace with that. Still, this Colorado defense certainly looks as though it could allow that many points.

For more on this game, visit our Colorado blog Ralphie Report and our Washington blog UW Dawg Pound.

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Colorado Vs. Washington Score Update: Tyler Hansen Throws 13th Touchdown Pass

The Colorado Buffaloes and the Washington Huskies are tied at seven early in the first quarter. The Huskies received the ball to start the game and started at their own 35-yard line. Quarterback Keith Price started the drive with a 25-yard strike to James Johnson and then saw an 11-yard run by Jesse Callier. Price brought his team to Colorado's 16-yard line with a 11-yard completion to Kevin Smith. Two plays later Jermaine Kearse had a 17-yard touchdown reception.

The Buffs, though, wasted no time in answering back. Rodney Stewart came up big on the first two plays of the game, catching an 11-yard pass and then running for 33 yards. Tyler Hansen then threw two incompletions before he found Keenan Canty for a 19-yard gain. At his the Huskies' five-yard line Hansen threw his 13th touchdown pass on a five-yard throw to Kyle Cefalo.

For more on this game, visit our Colorado blog Ralphie Report and our Washington blog UW Dawg Pound.

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Colorado Vs. Washington TV Schedule, Spread, Game Time And More

The Colorado Buffaloes and the Washington Huskies clash for the first time since Sept, 16, 2000, a 17-14 win for the road Huskies. This time, the Huskies are expected to win by a large margin, as the Buffaloes enter this game at 1-5. That should be no surprise since the team has dropped three straight and just lost to the Stanford Cardinal, 48-7.

The Buffs defense has faltered this season due to injuries and most recently suspensions. The team allowed 33.3 points per game. The Huskies, on the other hand, score 34 points per game. This does not bode well for the Buffs.

Tyler Hansen needs to improve his completion percentage, which is at just 55.9 through six games. He does have 12 touchdown passes and just three interceptions, but top receiver Paul Richardson is still out for another couple of weeks. Running back Rodney Stewart will continue to be a threat out of the backfield on the ground and in the air.

Washington, though, hasn't had a stout defense, allowing 29.4 points this season. Two weeks ago, the Huskies held Utah to 14, but a few weeks earlier they had allowed 58 points to Nebraska. The Buffs are closer to Utah than to Nebraska. Quarterback Keith Price's 17 touchdown passes and running back Chris Polk's 611 yards on the ground will cause problems for the Buffs.

Game date, time: 1:30 p.m. MT, Saturday, Oct. 15

Location: Husky Stadium at Seattle, WA

TV channel: Root Sports

Spread: Washington favored by 16-1/2 points.

Series history: Series tied at 5-5-1

For more on this game, visit our Colorado blog Ralphie Report and our Washington blog UW Dawg Pound.

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NCAA Football Odds: Colorado Vs. Washington

The Colorado Buffaloes are two touchdown underdogs to the Washington Huskies on the road this Saturday.

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