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The Buffaloes redemption season moves to the desert of Tucson on Saturday night, when the No. 12 Colorado Buffaloes (7-2, 5-1 Pac-12) take on the Arizona Wildcats (2-7, 0-6 Pac-12). The seventh conference game for both teams breaks down as a favorable road matchup for the Buffs, but stranger things have happened, especially in Arizona at night.
Arizona has dominated Colorado since joining the Pac-12, winning the last four contests by a combined score of 176-102. Last year’s meeting in Boulder, the Buffs took a 24-17 lead going into the fourth quarter, but failed to hold off a late surge with two scores from Wildcat’s running back Jared Baker, on the way to a 38-31 loss.
There’s significant differences with both teams this season. Colorado has defied the low expectations set by critics at the start of the season and has become a successful football program again. Arizona’s currently in the throes with one of the worst seasons for coach Rich Rodriguez in his five year tenure in Tucson.
No. 12 Colorado is still on an improbable march toward the Pac-12 South division title. If the Buffaloes win at Arizona on Saturday, they’ll stay at least a game ahead of USC with just two conference games left to play. They’ll have nothing guaranteed, but they’ll be closer and closer to a Rose Bowl. Colorado! A Rose Bowl! This has escalated quickly.
At a glance, Arizona shouldn’t be any serious threat. The Wildcats are almost definitely ticketed for a 2-10 or 3-9 record, and they’re good at precious few elements of playing football. It’s been a tough season. On another hand, they did take No. 4 Washington to the wire at the end of September, and maybe they can muster some juice again on Saturday. Colorado’s coming off a sluggish-but-still-counts home win against UCLA. The Buffs aren’t unbeatable, certainly.
It’s been a remarkable turnaround season for the Colorado Buffaloes (7-2, 5-1 Pac-12) this year as they currently hold a half game lead over second place USC in the South Division. Even though the Trojans hold the head-to-head tiebreaker, courtesy of a 21-17 win in Los Angeles, Colorado still has a shot to earn its first Pac 12 Championship Game berth.