The Colorado Buffaloes enter halftime with a 13-10 lead over the Washington St. Cougars. After failing to convert a Cougars interception into points, the Buffs went down, 7-0, on the next drive. However, the Buffs kept fighting back. After the Buffs took a 10-7 lead early in the second quarter, the scoring went silent for most of the remaining time in the quarter.
However, Tyler Hansen threw across his body and wound up putting the ball into the hands of a Cougars defender. Washington State ran it back to Colorado's 38-yard line. A roughing the passer penalty kept the drive alive for the Cougars, who wound up kicking a 28-yard field goal to tie the game at 10.
Colorado, though, wasn't silent. With 16 seconds left on the clock, Tyler Hansen connected with Ryan Deehan for a 21-yard gain to the Washington State 31-yard line. Will Oliver wound up kicking a 48-yard field goal to put the Buffs up, 13-10.