Boulder, CU – Sometimes home cooking helps the Colorado Buffaloes, who smashed New Hampshire 45-14 to move their record to 3-0.
Colorado running back Travon McMillian thrilled the fans with an electrifying 75 yd touchdown run to stretch the led to 35-0 in 3rd Quarter. He led a rusher today with 162 yards and two touchdowns verse the WildCats. The team rushed for 311 yards with four rushing touchdowns.
“They (Line) gave me a crease so once I hit it I got into the open field and wasn’t trying to get caught,” McMillian said.
The Buffaloes had just too much upfront for New Hampshire to handle, and it showed more and more as game continued.
“We should have been up 35-0 at halftime — at least 31-0,” Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre said.
Quarterback Steven Montez completed 14 pass for 166 yards and a touchdown. Colorado didn’t need a big day by the signal caller.
New Hampshire did have a big highlight on a play action pass to Neil O’Connor for 71 yards from Christian Lupoli. Lupoil was held to 13 completions for 160 yards with a touchdown and an interception.
Colorado defense only gave up 270 yards total offense in the game to the Wildcats.
On the flip side Colorado finished the game with 491 total yards.
MacIntyre and the Buffaloes will enjoy this win going into a bye week as they get ready to travel to play UCLA on Friday 28th in Pasadena.