Colorado Vs. Fresno State Score: Buffaloes Buried At Half, 55-7

The Colorado Buffaloes entered the game looking for answers, but instead the team finds themselves buried 55-7 by the Fresno State Bulldogs in Colorado's first road game of the year.

The Buffaloes opened the game allowing a touchdown on the very first drive, but it didn't end there. In fact, the Bulldogs were able to score touchdowns in every one of their drives in the first quarter, including one that carried over into the second quarter.

As aforementioned, the Buffaloes are looking for answers and trying to find out who can make plays at the quarterback position. Though Jordan Webb was the starting quarterback, Connor Wood did make his expected entrance into the game at the start of the third series.

Webb completed 5 of 13 passes for 85 yards and a touchdown, but he also tossed a pair of interceptions. Wood wasn't much better in the first half, though, as he completed just 40 percent of his passes for a total of 30 yards.

Bulldogs quarterback Derek Carr is the star of the game thus far. He's been able to do whatever he has wanted against the Buffaloes defense, including throwing for five touchdowns in the first quarter alone.

Visit Colorado blog Ralphie Report for more on the Buffs. Head over to SB Nation NCAA Football for more news and notes around the college world.

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