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COLORADO (5 - 1) at WASHINGTON (5 - 2)
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Week 8 Saturday, 10/20/2018 3:30 PM
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COLORADO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-1+3.44-20-534.818.0453.0(5.9)0.820.513.2351.5(5.1)1.7
Road Games2-1+1.42-10-332.717.3418.7(5.4)
Last 3 Games2-1+12-10-328.711.7412.0(5.2)0.322.716.0330.0(5.5)1.0
Turf Games1-0+1.41-00-133.017.0395.0(4.6)
Conference Games2-1+12-10-328.711.7412.0(5.2)0.322.716.0330.0(5.5)1.0
COLORADO - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)34.818.023.032:0443-180(4.2)24-3470.4%272(7.9)77-453(5.9)(13)
Opponents Defensive Avg.33.117.522.132:0742-195(4.7)20-3261.9%228(7.2)73-423(5.8)(12.8)
Offense Road Games32.717.322.030:3337-132(3.5)27-4166.4%286(7)78-419(5.4)(12.8)
Defense (All Games)20.513.218.227:4536-139(3.8)17-3252.1%213(6.7)68-351(5.1)(17.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.89.62028:4235-131(3.8)20-3557.2%247(7)70-378(5.4)(16.6)
Defense Road Games24.017.320.329:2740-165(4.1)18-3355.0%230(6.9)73-394(5.4)(16.4)

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-2+0.22-51-628.917.6441.9(6.4)1.316.08.0315.1(4.6)1.1
Home Games3-0+21-20-335.718.3489.7(7.2)1.310.03.3241.3(4)1.0
Last 3 Games2-1-0.81-21-231.020.7454.3(6.4)
Turf Games4-1+1.22-30-531.017.2446.6(6.6)
Conference Games3-1+0.21-31-326.518.0399.7(5.8)
WASHINGTON - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)28.917.623.931:5941-174(4.3)19-2967.0%268(9.4)69-442(6.4)(15.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.25.611.620.732:3638-144(3.8)20-3460.6%253(7.5)72-396(5.5)(15.5)
Offense Home Games35.718.325.730:5837-184(5)23-3174.2%305(9.8)68-490(7.2)(13.7)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.213.718.828:2038-168(4.5)19-3160.3%206(6.7)68-374(5.5)(14.8)
Defense Home Games10.03.311.029:0234-120(3.6)17-2764.2%122(4.5)61-241(4)(24.1)
Average power rating of opponents played: COLORADO 28.7,  WASHINGTON 35.1
COLORADO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
8/31/2018*COLORADO ST45-13W-7W65U40-25822-25-338239-10319-37-1811
9/8/2018@ NEBRASKA33-28W3W63.5U35-4433-50-351054-32919-29-2363
9/15/2018NEW HAMPSHIRE45-14W-37.5L -51-31117-24-180231-4216-39-2283
10/6/2018ARIZONA ST28-21W-2W64U45-16624-33-328039-14512-18-2220
10/13/2018@ USC20-31L7L57.5U37-9526-47-170127-6217-34-2723
10/20/2018@ WASHINGTON            
10/27/2018OREGON ST            
11/2/2018@ ARIZONA            
11/10/2018WASHINGTON ST            

WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/8/2018N DAKOTA45-3W-46L57U34-19531-45-437233-16117-33-1011
9/15/2018@ UTAH21-7W-4W45.5U41-17214-24-155129-12320-39-1383
9/22/2018ARIZONA ST27-20W-18L54U39-17115-23-202140-16417-27-1041
10/6/2018@ UCLA31-24W-21.5L53.5O55-19718-26-265127-15027-38-2721
10/13/2018@ OREGON27-30L-3.5L58.5U45-19415-25-243149-17718-32-2021
10/27/2018@ CALIFORNIA            
11/17/2018OREGON ST            
COLORADO: The Buffaloes took a serious step back last season, regressing to 5-7 after a 10-4 record in 2016 that looked like a breakthrough at the time. But QB Steven Montez failed to impress last year despite having an experienced skill corps at his disposal, and now that entire group is gone'but Montez remains. At least Philip Lindsay, the third-leading rusher in program history, gets an experienced replacement in Virginia Tech grad transfer Travon McMillian. A number of playmakers are gone from a defense that got worse last season, so it's natural to be pessimistic about this squad.
WASHINGTON: QB Jake Browning and running back Myles Gaskin are back as one of college football's most talented and experienced backfields, and will look to push each other to new heights in 2018. Gaskin rushed for about the same amount of yards in 2017 as he did in 2016'with more than twice as many touchdowns'but Browning saw his statistical output drop significantly. He'll look to rebound with help from a group of receivers that includes Chico McClatcher, who's returning from injury. The defense loses a star in Vita Vea, but is still stacked at D-line and everywhere else. Browning and Gaskin are the big names, but it's the defense that carries this team.
No. 15 Washington, Colorado look to bounce back from losses

Washington coach Chris Petersen arrived at his weekly press conference on Monday with a T-shirt that read, "Stay Positive."

"I had it on (Sunday), just for myself," Petersen said. "I could probably use 25 of these, and just keep recycling them every day."

The message is especially pertinent for No. 15-ranked Washington this week.

The Huskies (5-2, 3-1 Pac-12) lost the first overtime contest in the 111-game history of the Oregon-Washington rivalry last week, which dropped them into a four-way tie atop the Pac-12 North and probably out of the College Football Playoff hunt.

Regrouping begins this week for Washington against Colorado (5-1, 2-1), an opponent coming to Husky Stadium off of its own disappointment last week.

Colorado linebackers Nate Landman and Drew Lewis did not have the shirts to reflect the sentiment, but both preached the same mindset as Petersen following the Buffs' 31-20 loss Saturday at USC.

"This team has grown a lot," Lewis said. "Last year, people might keep their heads down and let negative energy seep into the week."

The 2017 Buffs did not start quite as hot as the 2018 team, which broke into the Top 25 briefly on the strength of the program's first 5-0 opening in 20 years. At 3-0 last year, however, Colorado needed to finish just 3-6 in conference to go bowling.

The Buffs went 2-7.

"This team," Lewis said confidently, "We're going to learn from our mistakes and get better."

Forecasts were not entirely rosy for Colorado coming out of USC, though. The loss dropped the Buffs to 0-13 all-time against the Trojans, but more importantly, put them in a loss-column tie atop the South. USC has the tiebreaker.

What's more, standout wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr. sustained a toe injury that sidelined him late at USC. Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre said Tuesday Shenault's status is "day-to-day."

When asked about a potentially longer-term absence for Shenault -- whose 144.5 total yards per game rank sixth in the national -- Buffs quarterback Steven Montez bristled.

"Like, if Laviska's not there, how are we going to get yards, is that the question? If Laviska's hurt of Laviska's healthy, we're going to run our offense," Montez said. "He's probably the best player on our team, right? But we've got other good players on our team."

Like Colorado, Washington's Pac-12 championship fate is not entirely in its own control. The Huskies still play Washington State and Stanford, both of which also have one loss in conference. But by virtue of Saturday's result, the Huskies need to finish at least one game up on Oregon in the loss column to reach the league title game if those two finish in a two-way tie for first.

And, like Colorado, the Huskies head into Saturday's meeting with lineup questions as a result of injuries.

The status of running backs Myles Gaskin (shoulder) and Salvon Ahmed (knee) is uncertain.

"That's how it is this time of season," Petersen said. "Myles has been so durable and such a workhorse. But in this game, there's going to be times when you can't go with your first guys."

Sean McGrew and Kamari Pleasant could both be expected to shoulder run-game responsibilities against a Buffs defense that held USC to just 51 rushing yards on 26 carries.

Colorado's success stopping the run did not translate against the pass against USC, however -- not in the game's second quarter, anyway. The Buffs gave up all three of the Trojans' offensive scores in the second 15 minutes, and each came via the pass.

Washington's own passing attack took a hit coming out of Oregon, with one of the wide-receiving corps' big-play specialists, Quinten Pounds, out for the season with a knee injury. Within Petersen's message of positivity, however, the coach spotlighted the play of quarterback Jake Browning in recent weeks, and the pass-catching of tight end Drew Sample.

Sample and freshman Cade Otton have each shown potential of late, filling the void left with Hunter Bryant's injury in the offseason.

But the focal point of Washington's final stretch will be Browning and how he finishes a career in which he already holds numerous program -- and, possibly soon, Pac-12 -- records.

"They've had a consistent quarterback for four straight years; that makes you a good program," MacIntyre said.

Last Updated: 3/23/2019 4:33:53 AM EST

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