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CFB : First Half Matchup
Saturday 10/21/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore
COLORADO
 First Half Results
WASHINGTON ST
+4.5  

-4.5  


26
 
0
Final
14

COLORADO (4 - 3) at WASHINGTON ST (6 - 1)
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Week 8 Saturday, 10/21/2017 10:45 PM
Board First Half
411COLORADO26
412WASHINGTON ST-6
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
COLORADO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games4-3-2.72-53-429.414.9432.1(5.7)1.124.111.6424.3(6)1.6
Road Games2-1+12-11-225.313.7388.0(5.6)0.721.012.0477.7(5.9)1.7
Last 3 Games1-2-2.71-22-133.712.7456.7(5.9)0.035.018.0534.3(7.3)1.0
Turf Games1-0+10-11-036.014.0385.0(5.8)0.033.019.0569.0(6.9)1.0
Conference Games1-3-3.71-32-227.711.2420.2(5.5)0.735.516.0504.2(7.2)1.0
COLORADO - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)29.414.924.029:3943-180(4.2)21-3363.2%252(7.6)76-432(5.7)(14.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.31.316.922.931:5839-178(4.6)21-3462.8%256(7.6)73-435(6)(13.9)
Offense Road Games25.313.722.727:3539-180(4.6)18-3157.6%208(6.8)70-388(5.6)(15.3)
Defense (All Games)24.111.621.930:2139-196(5)17-3156.0%229(7.3)70-424(6)(17.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.3016.321.929:0137-168(4.6)20-3361.2%244(7.4)70-412(5.9)(13.8)
Defense Road Games21.012.026.032:2538-154(4.1)24-4355.8%323(7.5)81-478(5.9)(22.7)

WASHINGTON ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games6-1-7.24-32-534.417.1455.0(5.8)2.321.19.0288.3(4.6)2.1
Home Games5-0+3.83-22-341.020.8495.8(6.1)1.420.27.2275.2(4.6)2.4
Last 3 Games2-1-9.22-10-322.011.0389.3(5.3)3.324.714.7323.0(4.8)1.7
Turf Games6-1-7.24-32-534.417.1455.0(5.8)2.321.19.0288.3(4.6)2.1
Conference Games3-1-8.23-11-329.515.2414.7(5.6)2.524.213.2330.7(4.9)1.7
WASHINGTON ST - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)34.417.124.132:5826-74(2.8)37-5271.2%381(7.3)78-455(5.8)(13.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.30.615.422.632:0937-155(4.2)24-3765.3%273(7.3)74-427(5.8)(14)
Offense Home Games41.020.826.633:3626-82(3.1)41-5574.1%414(7.6)81-496(6.1)(12.1)
Defense (All Games)21.19.015.127:0234-126(3.7)16-2956.2%162(5.7)63-288(4.6)(13.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.213.218.528:5036-151(4.2)18-3158.6%210(6.9)66-361(5.4)(14.3)
Defense Home Games20.27.215.026:2432-129(4)15-2756.6%147(5.4)60-275(4.6)(13.6)
Average power rating of opponents played: COLORADO 28.3,  WASHINGTON ST 32
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
COLORADO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2017*COLORADO ST17-3W-3W68.5U38-14321-29-202233-8824-47-3093
9/9/2017TEXAS ST37-3W-36.5L55.5U41-9123-36-339047-1568-18-1272
9/16/2017N COLORADO41-21W-38L55O39-21229-41-357331-7120-37-2022
9/23/2017WASHINGTON10-37L10.5L55U43-12022-30-191339-25411-21-1601
9/30/2017@ UCLA23-27L7.5W66.5U38-19117-38-243035-9528-45-3721
10/7/2017ARIZONA42-45L-6.5L60O58-30019-32-251043-42511-13-1421
10/14/2017@ OREGON ST36-33W-9.5L56O41-20615-25-179046-28020-37-2891
10/21/2017@ WASHINGTON ST            
10/28/2017CALIFORNIA            
11/4/2017@ ARIZONA ST            
11/11/2017USC            

WASHINGTON ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/2/2017MONTANA ST31-0W-38L54U25-15040-48-361132-1155-12-281
9/9/2017BOISE ST47-44W-7L58.5O27-2249-67-433344-16419-28-2374
9/16/2017OREGON ST52-23W-17.5W65O16-6042-58-431033-15524-37-1992
9/23/2017NEVADA45-7W-28.5W65.5U34-5538-50-505224-4614-30-1053
9/29/2017USC30-27W5W59U30-12234-51-340129-16315-29-1642
10/7/2017@ OREGON33-10W-1W59.5U25-8724-42-282245-13215-27-1453
10/13/2017@ CALIFORNIA3-37L-16.5L55U26-2332-48-314732-10621-38-2590
10/21/2017COLORADO            
10/28/2017@ ARIZONA            
11/4/2017STANFORD            
11/11/2017@ UTAH            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
COLORADO: QB Steven Montez saw the field rather often for a backup last year. He should be ready and it's not like his job is very hard. He just needs to hand the ball off to RB Phillip Lindsay, who rushed for 1,252 yards and 16 TD last season. On D, the Buffaloes won't be quite as good as last year.
WASHINGTON ST: QB Luke Falk surprised a lot of people with his decision to return to Wazzu, but nobody in Pullman is complaining. Falk led the most productive passing offense in the nation last season, and this team could do some special things if the Cougars' defense can improve just a little.
PREVIEW
No. 15 Washington State tries to be less 'sorry' vs. Colorado
 

Colorado is coming off its first Pac-12 victory while No. 15 Washington State is trying to bounce back after suffering its first overall loss, a humbling 37-3 setback at California last week.

The teams play Saturday in Pullman, Wash., with the Cougars (6-1, 3-1 Pac-12) hoping to get back on track toward a league title and a big bowl game.

"We played sorry and got what we deserved," coach Mike Leach said of the loss to the Golden Bears. "The team is pretty determined to improve, pretty determined to focus in."

The loss to Cal included five interceptions from senior quarterback Luke Falk, who was sacked nine times.

NFLDraftScout.com senior analyst Dane Brugler noted: "When in a rhythm, Falk is one of the best touch passers I've ever scouted. But when defenses crowd his first read and put pressure on the pocket, he often wilts and makes mistakes. That was the case against the Bears as he was stubborn with his reads and forced throws instead of reading the coverage, coming off his preferred target and finding the open man."

Falk and the Air Raid offense, which ranks third nationally with 380.9 passing yards per game, will face a less-demanding challenge defensively against Colorado (4-3, 1-3).

Last week, Colorado allowed 33 points to Oregon State, which had only reached 30 points once before this season. The Beavers gained 569 yards in total offense.

"We're going to have to be all over him," Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre said of Falk. "He's going to make some plays. Hopefully, we can slow him down enough and cause enough turnovers to make a difference.

"That's really how you stop them -- you cause a few turnovers and make them kick some field goals."

Colorado's defense ranks fifth in the conference against the pass and the run.

"They're pretty good. They fly around. They're aggressive," Leach said.

"They're big, strong, aggressive guys that bat around everything they see. We have to stay away from them. We have to knock them down, run around them or throw over the top of them."

How Colorado defends against Falk is one aspect to watch; another is how Washington State will try to contain Buffaloes running back Phillip Lindsay.

The senior has carried 69 times for 466 yards and five touchdowns in his last two games, against Arizona and Oregon State. He has been a focal point of long, time-consuming drives for the Buffaloes.

Lindsay had a 74-yard burst for a touchdown against the Beavers, but a majority of his carries have been consistent, short runs that have kept the chains moving.

"It helps the defense stay off the field and try to stay fresh," MacIntyre said after Monday's practice. "We're not playing a ton of guys on defense and we've had some injuries, especially on the D-line."

The Buffaloes are one of only two programs in the country with four scoring drives of at least 15 plays. That kind of ball control will be essential against Washington State to keep Falk and the Cougars' potent passing game off the field.

"That's ball control and that's being efficient on offense," Colorado co-offensive coordinator Darrin Chiaverini said. "The last couple of games we've been a lot more efficient. We've wasted a couple of drives here and there, but I think we had four drives in the second half against Oregon State and we scored on three of them.

"We had two in the fourth quarter and scored on both of them. That's being efficient and playing to your strengths."

Washington State will combat Colorado's will to run behind Lindsay -- mixing in play-action passes from quarterback Steve Montez -- with an aggressive front seven.

The Cougars rank fourth in the Pac-12, allowing only 125.9 yards a game on the ground.

Defensive lineman Hercules Mata'afa has been selected to multiple midseason All-America teams. He leads the conference with 12 tackles for loss. He had two of those -- occurring on sacks --against the Golden Bears.

He leads active Pac-12 players with 36.5 career tackles for loss and 18.5 career sacks.

Teammates Dale Hunter and Frankie Luvu are among the conference's leaders in tackles for loss -- Hunter with seven and Luvu with 6.5.

Despite Washington State's productive defense, Cal outgained the Cougars in total yards 365-337. Cal sophomore quarterback Ross Bowers threw for 259 yards while completing 21 of 38 passes with one touchdown and no interceptions.

"Washington State is excellent on offense," MacIntyre said.

"They had an anomaly last week. On defense, they're stemming and moving everywhere. They played good defense last year, too. They're a very good football team and I think they're better than they were last year (when the Cougars won nine games)."


Last Updated: 6/18/2019 8:19:01 AM EST


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