The Colorado Buffaloes have made their way westward recently since joining the Pac-12, but they have an agreement in place to play a school from the northeast in 2014. According to Kyle Ringo of Buffzone.com, athletic director Mike Bohn has completed a deal to play with a school from the region, but he can't yet specify which school it is.
The contract reportedly calls for the Buffaloes to meet with the team three times, twice in Boulder and once in their home stadium. In addition to the northeast team, the Buffaloes are also set to host the Hawaii Warriors and play the Colorado State Rams in Denver in 2014.
Those three games are on the schedule as well as the nine conference games that are regularly scheduled annually. Bohn also spoke of expanding Colorado's football schedule to 13 games in 2015, which would be a one-game increase from the 12 games that the Buffaloes play annually over the next three years.