Two minute drill: Keys to victory for Washington State against Colorado
Don’t take your eyes off
Colorado running back Phillip Lindsay has more all-purpose yards than any other player in school history (5,174), but the Cougars can’t assume they’ve neutralized the Buffaloes’ offense by neutralizing the senior tailback. Leading CU receiver Bryce Bobo is also a nightmare for opposing defenses and will likely finish his career inside the school’s top-10 in receptions. Bobo leads the Buffaloes in total receptions (40), receiving yards (432) and touchdown catches (5).
Colorado beats Oregon State 36-33 for 1st conference win
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — Colorado's season didn't come down to the final minutes against Oregon State, but the Buffaloes certainly understood the importance of a victory over the Beavers.
Steven Montez threw a 13-yard touchdown to Bryce Bobo with 1:34 left and Colorado hung on for a 36-33 victory Saturday over Oregon State, which was playing its first game since the sudden departure of head coach Gary Andersen.
Montez throws 4 TD passes, Colorado beats N Colorado 41-21
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Steven Montez stepped out of the pressure-filled pocket and was about to instinctually take off. Instead, the Colorado quarterback ran parallel to the line of scrimmage before lofting a touchdown pass to a wide open Shay Fields.
Spot atop Pac-12 South on line for Arizona State, Colorado
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — A night game televised nationally on the conference network. Largest Folsom Field crowd expected in nearly five years. At least a share of the top spot in the Pac-12 South at stake.
All just more signs that Colorado (4-2, 2-1 Pac-12) has its football program trending in the right direction as the Buffaloes host Arizona State (5-1, 2-1) on Saturday.
Fueled by memory of late father, Bobo leads No. 21 Colorado
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — On the inside of his right biceps, Colorado wide receiver Bryce Bobo has "Antonio" tattooed in cursive lettering. In the same spot on the left, "Louis."
Those are tributes to his father, Antonio Louis Bobo Sr., who was shot and killed by Bryce Bobo's half-brother when Bryce was 4 years old.
Another tribute: The Buffaloes junior has made two dazzling one-handed grabs this season — one with the "Antonio" arm, the other with the "Louis" side.