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Liufau, Lindsey help the Buffs to a huge halftime lead

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By Anthony Caruso III
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Halftime may be the only thing that could stop the Colorado Buffaloes. They’re rolling over the Colorado State Rams, 31-0, on ESPN’s Friday Night Football.

Phillip Lindsey scored on a one-yard touchdown to push the score to 31-0. Diégo González also made a 30-yard field goal in the second quarter.

Sefo Liufau (Getty Images)

Sefo Liufau (Getty Images)

Lindsey also had another one-yard rushing touchdown in the first quarter. Sefo Liufau helped the Buffs go up 14-0 when he hit Devin Lee for a 17-yard touchdown reception.

Liufau began the scoring with a four-yard rushing touchdown.

This was a good start for Liufau, who was turning from a Lisfranc injury on Nov. 13. He missed the team’s final two games of the season with the injury.

The way the Buffalos are going, they’re going to win their second straight in this series barring a major comeback from the Rams. They haven’t won in his series on Aug. 29, 2014 when they won 31-17 over the Buffs.

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