Stanford vs. Colorado score update: Buffaloes trail 45-0 after 3 quarters

Doug Pensinger

The Colorado Buffaloes have gotten absolutely nothing going on offense and trail the Cardinal by 45 points after three quarters.

The Colorado Buffaloes continue to struggle against the Stanford Cardinal, trailing 45-0 after three quarters. Colorado has gone to their third-string quarterback, Connor Wood, after both Jordan Webb and Nick Hirschman were shut down by the Stanford defense.

Webb went 4 for 10 for 19 yards, and Hirschman managed 4 for 6 for 12 yards. The rushing game wasn't capable of bailing either of them out, having managed negative five net yards so far. The offensive line isn't pulling much weight either, having given up seven sacks to the Cardinal defense.

The defensive line lost a key contributer when Justin Solis went down with an apparent neck injury. Solis collided with teammate Chidera Uzo-Diribe on a play and went down motionless, but he had regained motion by the time he was stretchered off the field.

Colorado is playing hard, but as of yet doesn't have much to show for it. They have 15 more minutes to get on the board and save a measure of pride.

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