Colorado Vs. Fresno State: Buffs Show Nothing In 69-14 Loss

The Colorado Buffaloes allowed 55 points in the first half against Fresno State, on their way to a 69-14 defeat and their third-straight loss to start the season.

Fresno State would take a 35-0 lead in the first quarter off five offensive touchdowns, including a 97-yard touchdown reception by Isaiah Burse and a 94-yard run by Robbie Rouse. The Bulldogs would add two more scores in the second quarter before the Buffaloes would finally get on the board with a Jordan Webb 23-yard touchdown pass to Tyler McCulloch.

Fresno State would score twice more in the second half, capping off a dominant performance against a struggling Colorado team. The Bulldogs would outgain the Buffaloes 665-278 in the game, with Colorado managing just 11 first downs in the game and throwing four interceptions overall.

Jordan Webb was 5-of-13 for 85 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions for the game. Connor Wood wasn't much better, going just 5-of-14 for 47 yards and two interceptions.

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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