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If you ask Tad Boyle, the best way to describe his Colorado team to this point of the season would be to use one of the more famous quotes from the movie Forrest Gump.
On a team with one of the fewest numbers of seniors in college football, it should come as no surprise that there are a number of freshmen making big contributions to Colorado this season.
Despite facing a top-10 opponent in a difficult atmosphere, Colorado experienced something in the offensive huddle that’s been lacking for much of the 2021 season — a renewed energy and confidence.
Ralphie VI, a 15-month-old, 500-pound buffalo from Nebraska, made her debut at the Colorado Buffaloes' season opener on Friday night of Labor Day weekend. Ralphie is the latest in a long line of buffalo mascots. She was found as an orphan, purchased by a CU alum Nebraska rancher for the team and donated last year.
About an hour before Colorado headed to Farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis, they received the news that there had been a shooting, which took multiple lives Monday afternoon, at the King Soopers two miles from CU's campus and only 1.2 miles from Folsom Field.