Colorado Buffaloes wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr. eludes Pop Lacey #40 of the New Hampshire Wildcats while making a touchdown catch in a 45-14 win on Saturday in Boulder. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)
COLORADO 45, NEW HAMPSHIRE 14 - Boulder, Colorado
Saturday, the Colorado Buffaloes took care of business in a 45-14 victory over the New Hampshire Wildcats.
CU quarterback Steven Montez threw for 166 yards and a touchdown but the Buffs rushing attack absolutely dominated.
Colorado rolled up 311 yards on the ground. Travon McMillian piled up 162 yards and scored two touchdowns.
The Buffs rolled to a 28-0 halftime lead and never looked back.
CU outgained the Wildcats 491 yards to 270.
The Buffs have a bye next week before taking on UCLA on September 28.
Postgame comments from CU quarterback Steven Montez.
Postgame comments from CU running back Travon McMillian.
Postgame comments from CU linebacker Nate Landman.
Postgame comments from CU linebacker Rick Gamboa.
Postgame comments from CU offensive lineman Jake Moretti.
Postgame comments from CU running back Beau Bisharat.
Postgame comments from CU linebacker/safety Davion Taylor.
Postgame comments from CU wide receiver Tony Brown.
Postgame comments from CU head coach Mike MacIntyre.
FLORIDA 48, COLORADO STATE 10 - Gainesville, Florida
Colorado State had trouble generating offense in the loss to the Gators on Saturday at The Swamp.
The Rams first points came on Wyatt Bryan's 53-yard field goal as time expired in the first half.
CSU's only touchdown came on K.J. Carta-Samuels' 48-yard touchdown pass to Trey McBride early in the third quarter.
The Rams fall to 1-3 this year.
WYOMING 17, WOFFORD 14 - Laramie, Wyoming
It was close but the Cowboys pulled it out thanks to a late touchdown drive.
Quarterback Tyler Vander Waal hit Raghib Isamil Jr. on a nine-yard touchdown pass with 17 seconds left in the game to give Wyoming the win.
The Cowboys are now 2-2.
SACRAMENTO STATE 28, NORTHERN COLORADO 25 - Greeley, Colorado
Northern Colorado lost quarterback Jacob Knipp, reportedly to a broken collarbone, and the Hornets rallied for the win.
Knipp was hurt on a sack in the first half. Back-up Keaton Mott would throw for 315 yards but he, too, was sacked in the fourth quarter and fumbled. Sacramento State recovered at the Bears' 44-yard line and five plays later scored a touchdown to build its lead to 11 points.
The Bears fall to 0-3 this year.