College Football Scores Week 1: Colorado Buffs are Drowning in the Pacific
Do Buffaloes swim?
As it seems, Colorado’s big jump to play in the water with the Pac-12 did nothing to improve on a seven-loss team from last season.
Hawaii leads Colorado 17-0 at the half, in Hawaii.
Is Colorado that bad? No. I think Hawaii is that good.
Expect the Warriors to make some headlines this season as contenders with Boise State to create some waves in the BCS. Also, expect Bryant Moniz to contend for the Heisman Trophy.
(Game update: 12:02 left in the third quarter and the Buffs just got on the board. Hawaii 17. Colorado 7.)
A major factor that jumps out in this game is rushing. Hawaii has ran the ball 12 times for 133 yards, averaging 11.1 yards a carry. Colorado has rushed 18 times for 47 yards, averaging 2.6 yards per carry.
Hawaii quarterback Bryant Moniz has amassed 133 yards on 9 carries. He has scored both of Hawaii’s touchdowns, one from 56 yards out and the other from 14 yards out. Rushing!
Write this name down, America. Bryant Moniz.
(Game update: 5:59 left in the third quarter and the Warriors get on the board again. You guessed it, Bryant Moniz rushes into the end zone on a 1-yard carry. Hawaii 24. Colorado 7.)
Can someone get Moniz a trophy, please? (Did I mention he’s also passed for 130 yards?)
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