The Colorado Buffaloes (5-4, 2-4 Pac-12) remain in the hunt for the Pac-12 South division title with three games left in the 2018 regular season. Winning on Saturday is a necessary step towards that goal. A silver helmet, black jersey and silver pants uniform combination is what the Buffs will be wearing to open a two-game home stand against the No. 10 Washington State Cougars on Saturday, Nov. 10 (1:35 p.m. MT/ TV: ESPN). This is the same combo worn two years ago for this series, which was a win for the Buffs.
CU will be honoring those who have served as part of the annual Military Appreciation Day. A RV-8 flyover Folsom Field by the Rocky Mountain Renegades and coin toss from Marine Corps veteran and CU alum Josh Sloat comprises the pregame festivities. Twenty-five people will take the oath of enlistment on the field at halftime as well.
A current four-game losing streak is staring down the Buffs this week against the heavily-favored Cougars. Quite the opposite, WSU has five straight victories and stands as the last remaining one-loss Pac-12 team with an outside chance to make the four-team College Football Playoff. If CU can pull off the upset, they’ll become bowl eligible for the second time in the past 11 seasons.