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Fri. 9/2 Sat. 9/10 Sat. 9/17 Sat. 9/24 Sat. 10/1
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vs. IdaSt
@ Mich
@ Oregon
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Colorado will bring in graduate transfer to compete at QB

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre couldn't afford cold feet when it came to quarterback. Not with the returning starter still recovering from a torn ligament in his left one.

So, welcome to Boulder, Davis Webb. Well, in a few months, anyway.

As part of his recruiting class Wednesday, MacIntyre added Webb, who's scheduled to graduate from Texas Tech in May and join the team in June. Webb will compete with 2 1/2-year starter Sefo Liufau, provided Liufau is back to health after undergoing Lisfranc surgery in November. There remains no timetable for Liufau's return, MacIntyre said.

Passing Yards: S. Liufau2418
Passing TDs: S. Liufau9
Rushing Yards: P. Lindsay653
Rushing TDs: P. Lindsay6
Receiving Yards: N. Spruce1053
Receiving TDs: S. Fields4
Interceptions: J. Bell3
Schedule 2016
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/2 vs. Colorado State TBA
9/10 vs. Idaho State TBA
9/17 at 12 Michigan TBA
9/24 at 19 Oregon TBA
10/1 vs. Oregon State TBA
10/8 at USC TBA
10/15 vs. Arizona State TBA
10/22 at 3 Stanford TBA
11/3 vs. UCLA TBA
11/12 at Arizona TBA
11/19 vs. Washington State TBA
11/26 vs. 17 Utah TBA
Pacific 12
  Conference Overall
6 Stanford 8-1 12-2
15 Oregon 7-2 9-4
Washington State 6-3 9-4
California 4-5 8-5
Washington 4-5 7-6
Oregon State 0-9 2-10
  Conference Overall
25 USC 6-3 8-6
22 Utah 6-3 10-3
UCLA 5-4 8-5
Arizona State 4-5 6-7
Arizona 3-6 7-6
Colorado 1-8 4-9
Offense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 5159 (58)
Passing Yards: 3128 (40)
Rushing Yards: 2031 (73)
Points per game: 24.6 (88)
Yards per game: 396.8 (61)
Touchdowns: 36 (80)
Field Goals: 18 (28)
Defense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 5420 (85)
Passing Yards: 2837 (61)
Rushing Yards: 2583 (93)
Points per game: 27.5 (63)
Yards per game: 416.9 (75)
Touchdowns: 43 (68)
Field Goals: 16 (72)
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