Colorado is 1-8 on the year and is currently riding a five-game losing streak. During that streak, the Buffs have lost each game by an average score of 52-10. On Nov. 3, Stanford pitched a shutout against Colorado, which averages less than 300 yards of offense per game. Head coach Jon Embree has cycled through three quarterbacks -- Jordan Webb, Connor Wood, and Nick Hirschman -- all three of whom played against Stanford. Only Webb is completing better than half of his passing attempts, and the group has combined to throw more interceptions than touchdowns.
Unfortunately, Colorado's run game doesn't offer any reprieve, averaging just 102 yards per game.
Arizona plays host to Colorado after a deflating loss to UCLA. After blowing out Washington and upsetting USC, the Wildcats were throttled by the Bruins, 66-10. Still, Arizona is 5-4 and needs one more win to become bowl eligible, and its offense is high-powered. Quarterback Matt Scott leads Arizona to 521 yards per game, surprisingly only 10th best in the country. Ka'Deem Carey complements the passing attack with 113 rushing yards per game.
Colorado leads the all-time series, 13-1.
Date/Time: Sat., Nov. 10, 11:30 a.m. MT
Odds: Arizona is favored by 31 points.