#8 Colorado Buffaloes vs #4 Washington Huskies
Friday – December 2 – 8:00 pm
Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara – California
Records Before the Game
Colorado Buffaloes (10-2)
Washington Huskies (11-1)
Colorado will win the PAC-12! Washington is a good team but Colorado is better. The Huskies really haven’t played anyone this year. There strength of schedule is menial, but everyone is crazy about this team. I’m not blinded by their ranking. Yes, they are a good team, but Colorado is better!
Sefo Liufau will show the country what he’s made of! This year has been a trying year for the Buffaloes but they have made a mark in the conference. Their key to victory starts with Liufau! He has passed for 2,150 yards and 11 touchdowns. His numbers aren’t Heisman like, but he’s a winner. Phillip Lindsay will carry the ball the majority of this contest. He has 15 touchdowns on the ground and three through the air. Shay Fields will be moved from wide out to the slot which makes him difficult to cover. The offense has to control the clock by sustaining long drives with points following them.
Jake Browning is the prototype quarterback. This kid is only a sophomore but he has an NFL game already. He has passed for 3,162 yards with 40 touchdowns and only seven interceptions. His game is flawless one might say. Sophomore running back Myles Gaskin is strong on the inside and outside of the tackles. He has amassed 1,180 yards on 198 carries with 10 touchdowns. The Buffaloes have to think stop the run first to eliminate Gaskin in the first two quarters. Junior wide receiver John Ross has 1,071 yards receiving on 72 receptions and 16 TDs. Washington is a dangerous team that’s ranked 4th in the country. Colorado will expose that offense this week.
I’m picking Colorado this week by a touchdown! You read it here first! Colorado will beat Washington! It’s amazing how the college football world forgets that defense wins championships. So, this week will be the rebirth of Buffalo Football! So the next Colorado article will read… Colorado Buffaloes Pac-12 Champions!