Colorado falls to USC in close game, 17-21
LOS ANGELES – The Colorado Buffaloes took on the USC Trojans at the LA Coliseum on Saturday. Although the first half wasn’t looking good, the Buffs tried to stage a comeback, but it wasn’t enough, the Buffs fell 17-21.
The Buffs were trailing the Trojans 14-0 at halftime. But, they came out swinging in the 3rd quarter with a double pass touchdown.
QB Steven Montez threw to wide receiver Bryce Bobo, who then threw to a wide-open Phillip Lindsay for a 67-yard touchdown.
The Buffs got another great touchdown in the mid-4th quarter with Motez to Bobo to tie the game up.
But, USC came back with another touchdown and the Buffs additional field goal wasn’t enough.
The Buffs drop to 4-2 (2-1 in the Pac 12), they host Arizona State on Oct. 15 at Folsom Field.