Wednesday before their homecoming game against UCLA, the Colorado Buffaloes are working in practice to take on the Bruins on Saturday (12 p.m., Pac-12 Networks).
Quarterback Sefo Liufau might be his harshest critic -- at least he is in the wake of CU's 56-28 loss at USC.
Head coach Mike MacIntyre, quarterback Sefo Liufau and defensive lineman Juda Parker fielded questions from the media on Tuesday.
CU's football team returned to the practice field Monday intent on correcting what went wrong last Saturday.
The days blend together in this antiquated venue at the foot of the Flatirons. Folsom Field is special.
Colorado fell behind early as USC cruised to a 56-28 win at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Saturday.
With most of the country looking ahead to the following week's colossal showdown with third-ranked and unbeaten Nebraska, the Buffs tried to keep their focus on the task at hand as they welcomed the 19th-ranked Kansas State Wildcats to Boulder in week 7.
If they get their first 2014 Pac-12 win, it will come against a conference team the Buffs have never beaten.
Another fall Saturday, another Pac-12 football game, another defensive front seven for CU's O-line. Not quite.
The Pac-12 has staged an electrifying arms race with its QBs, but don't sleep on the league's leg men.
Head Coach Mike MacIntyre, quarterback Sefo Liufau and linebacker Kenneth Olugbode fielded questions from the media on Tuesday.
After a bye week, CU returned to game-week preparations for Saturday's Pac-12 Conference game at USC.