2010: Colorado Buffaloes

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  1. MurkYa21

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    2010: Colorado Buffaloes

    2009-2010 Colorado Buffaloes

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7
    Week Opponent User Location Event Result Score
    1 Colorado St CPU Home Rivalry W 56-28
    2 Toledo CPU Away N/A W 40-7
    3 Oregon ThePhoenixSun Away N/A W 33-7
    4 BYE BYE BYE BYE -
    5 West Virginia CPU Away N/A W 41-0
    6 Texas cnic Away N/A W 34-30
    7 Kansas CPU Home Family Weekend -
    8 Kansas St CPU Away Rivalry -
    9 Missouri CPU Home Homecoming -
    10 Texas A&M jmill Home N/A -
    11 Iowa St CPU Away N/A -
    12 Oklahoma St CPU Away N/A -
    13 Nebraska pryor Home Rivalry -
    14 BYE BYE BYE BYE -
    15 BYE BYE BYE BYE -



    The 2009 season could be the break out year Colorado is looking for. Although star wide receiver Josh Smith trasferred, the ground attack is still very deadly behind Sophomores Darrell Scottt and Rodney Stewart. Son of offensive coordinator, Cody Hawkins looks have a BIG season. Coach K said this about Hawkins, "If he can live up to his hype, the sky is the limit for us."

    The schedule is no cake walk, but a win over rival Nebraska and fellow leaguemate Pryor2 Colorado could inevitably win the division and see a rematch against Texas.

    The Defense will be led by linebackers Jeff Smart and Shaun Mohler. Chapelle Brown in the secondary will keep opponent's quarterbacks double clutching.

    The entire team wants a championship. We want the Big 12!!​
     
  2. jello1717

    jello1717 "Those who stay will be champions." -- Bo

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    In the first game of my OFFL-Mid Major OD we (Colorado State) played Colorado. Halfway through the 2nd quarter, SS Klint Kubiak blitzed and sacked Cody Hawkins. Hawkins was knocked out for the season with a blown knee.

    Hopefully your Cody isn't so unlucky. :D
     
  3. MurkYa21

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    He survived! (y)
     
  4. MurkYa21

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    Colorado defeats Colorado State in the Rocky Mountain Showdown, but in a sloppy manner.​


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    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
    CU 14 21 7 14 - 56
    CSU 7 14 7 0 - 28


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    It was a competitive game, through and through, but when the Buffaloes weren't committing turnovers Colorado State was no match.

    Colorado State started the scoring with a nice touch pass Morton (29 yard TD reception). On Colorado's ensuing possessio, Hawkins would show off his precision as he some how squeezes a ball in between two defenders to hit Scotty McKnight. On the next drive, he showed his touch as he lobbed the ball up and away from the single coverage to hit Markques Simas in stride. At this point, the coaching staff began to get really excited about what Hawkins was bringing to the table, but unforunately he showed signs of inconsistency.

    After a near perfect first quarter, Hawkins threw two interceptions for touchdowns. If it wasn't for Senior cornerback Chapelle Brown breaking Colorado State's momentum after the first INT-TD by returning the ensuing kick for a TD, this game may have went the other way.

    On the other hand, the rest of the offense really stepped up and made plays - 7 yard TD rush by Darrell Scott and 43 yard TD reception by Markques Simas. The defense played outstanding, only giving up 41 total yards of offense in the second quarter.

    In the second half, the Buffaloes started things off with a long scoring drive which was capped off with a 2 yard TD rush by Darrell Scott. Besides one blown play, the defense played spectacular for the rest of the game. At the end of the day, the Buffalo defense, led by Senior middle lineback Jeff Smart, was able to shut down Colorado State on third down attempts (1 for 10), and the secondary picked off two passes.​
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    Coach K after the game -
    "The overall performance of our team was pretty sloppy. We didn't play near our potential. We showed signs of the team we want to be though, which is really exciting to see as a coach. Hawkins at times did things I haven't seen many guys be able to do, but at the same time made some poor decisions that really cost us.

    Darrell Scott was tremendous and very dependable, and I was able to mix in Rodney Stewart nicely in some situations. Rodney picked up some key first downs, and even got in the endzone towards the end of the game.

    As far as defense is concerned, I was pretty pleased. As long as we can avoid the "big play" we are going to be really tough, as you saw. We were able to hold Colorado State to 1 of 10 on third down attempts, that's hard to do to any ball club!"
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    Key Performers:
    QB Cody Hawkins (Jr) - 13 for 19, 316 yards, 4 TDs, 2 INTs
    HB Darrell Scott (So) - 25 carries for 150 yards, 2 TDs
    OLB Shaun Mohler (Sr) - 7 tackles (TFL)
     
  5. MurkYa21

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    Week 1 Videos vs Colorado State

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  6. MurkYa21

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    Colorado over powers Toledo; comes out with lopsided victory!​


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    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
    CU 10 13 7 10 - 40
    TOL 0 7 0 0 - 7


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    You could tell from the get go that Toledo was no match for the Buffaloes. Colorado kept the ball on the ground all night, and consistantly moved the chains with help from Darrell Scott (151 yards), Rodney Stewart (58 yards), Demetrius Sumler (42 yards), and Brian Lockridge (56 yards).

    It was a near perfect game for the Buffaloes. They kept control of the clock, and forced many "three and out's". If it wasn't for a perfect pass by Toledo quarterback Linehan on a cornerback blitz, the Rockets might not have put any points up on the board. But give them credit, it was beautiful play, and definately earned some respect from the Colorado secondary.

    As the fourth quarter rolled around, backups Brian Lockridge and Demetrius Sumler got in some playing time. It is definately a good thing to have such a strong group of runningbacks. Any of these guys could start for the Buffaloes and have great success, it will be exciting to see how the perform in the years to come seeing as they are so young.​
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    Coach K after the game -
    "We played very well tonight. We didn't get fancy, we kept the ball on the ground and ran the clock, those are going to be OUR keys to success this season. All of our runningbacks are going to have to step up even more however, as we have four ranked opponents in a row. To be honest, every single team on our schedule this season has a good chance at beating us, so we can't afford not to play our best game. See you next week when we travel to Autzen Stadium!!
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    Key Performers:
    QB Cody Hawkins (Jr) - 11 for 18, 137 yards
    HB Darrell Scott (So) - 23 carries for 151 yards, 2 TDs
    HB Rodney Stewart (So) - 14 carries for 58 yards, 2 TDs
    MLB Jeff Smart (Sr) - 6 tackles (2 TFL), 1 sack
     
  7. MurkYa21

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    Week 2 Videos vs Toledo

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  8. Razcalking1978

    Razcalking1978 OFFL TeamBuilder Commish

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    Man, those were some biiiig holes you were running through - take those O-lineman out for a beer.
     
  9. MurkYa21

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    LOL..yeah, my O line is pretty good..

    mostly young too, as well as my running backs - 3 sophomores and a junior
     
  10. MurkYa21

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    Colorado takes West Virginia's heart, holds them to 76 yards of offense!​


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    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
    CU 7 17 7 10 - 41
    WVU 0 0 0 0 - 0


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    West Virginia's 3-3-5 defense was no match for the highly potent running attack of the Buffaloes. On the first drive, Colorado kept the ball on the ground every single play until the finally punched it in on a toss play to Rodney Stewart. While Colorado's offense was clicking, it was a different story for the Mountaineers. They just could not get anything going at all, they ended the game with only 6 first downs, that just doesn't cut it.​
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    Coach K after the game -
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    Key Performers:
    QB Cody Hawkins (Jr) - 9 for 13, 94 yards, 1 TD
    HB Darrell Scott (So) - 23 carries for 135 yards, 2 TDs
    HB Rodney Stewart (So) - 14 carries for 73 yards, 2 TDs
    DE M Herrod (Jr) - 8 tackles (2 TFL)
     
  11. Shaun Mason

    Shaun Mason Keepin' it 1hunnah.

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    How was that game? I changed the sliders, what is your impression?
     
  12. MurkYa21

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    Upset?! Buffaloes would say other wise!​


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    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
    CU 7 10 0 17 - 34
    TEXAS 3 6 7 14 - 30



    It appears that the Longhorns took the Buffaloes a little lightly coming into the game which results in them not even getting into the endzone in the first half, and giving up a lot of big plays on defense. From there, the Buffaloes just played it safe and contained the Longhorns' passing attack. In the second half, Darrell Scott got hurt so the Buffaloes had to rely mostly on their passing game.

    Down the entire game, Texas put together a nice drive where they ran the ball about 10 plays in a row until the ultimately found the endzone. BUT, with 45 seconds left, Chapelle Brown, with help from his blockers, took the ball back for a TD on the kickoff to win the game.

    Upset? If that's what you want to call it.​
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    Coach K after the game -
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    Key Performers:
    QB Cody Hawkins (Jr) - 7 for 11, 210 yards, 2 TDs
    TE Riar Geer (Sr) - 2 receptions for 96 yards, 1 TD
    FS Jalil Brown (Jr) - 13 tackles (TFL), sack, INT, FF
    MLB Jeff Smart (Sr) - 13 tackles (TFL), deflection
     
  13. jmillhimes

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    Congrats on the win. I knocked off #9 Oklahoma St so you should be moving on up
     

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