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Posted By Tim Young On Nov 3 2011 @ 11:50 pm In USC | 3 Comments
Folsom Field Boulder, Colorado
6:00 Pm pacific standard time
Colorado is led by senior quarterback Tyler Hansen. He has a solid arm and plenty of experience. The Colorado Run game is led by 5″6 speedy scat back Rodney Stewart. Hansen has an above average group of receivers to throw to and his favorite target, Paul Richardson, is coming back from an injury. Colorado’s’ main weakness is their young and inexperienced offensive line. They struggle against the blitz, are ranked 114th for rushing yards per game and have averaged only 18 points per game.
The defense has been atrocious all year giving up 38 points a game. They have not been able to find an identity in the new scheme or have not found strength. One bright spot in this defense is true freshman, defensive back, Cameron Hemmings . Robert Woods and Marqise Lee would give any defensive coordinator fits and will most likely make it a long night for the Buffalo defense.
Colorado is coming from a 6 game losing streak and this win would give the Buffaloes something to be happy about this year. USC is coming off a heartbreaking loss in triple overtime against #6 Stanford. Even though USC is ineligible for post season play they have been playing hard all year, trying to maintain their ground as one of the premier programs in the country. USC is heavy favorites and rightfully should be playing against a very soft Colorado team.
USC will jump on them early and take the sellout crowd out of the game. It should be over by the middle of the fourth quarter. USC has yet to blow a team out and give some of their young players experience. This would be the perfect experience at an away game.
Final score USC 48 Colorado 7
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