The Colorado Buffaloes head back to Boulder to try and take down the USC Trojans for the first time in over 90 years. With an upset win in this senior class’s final game in Colorado the Buffs would be heading back to a bowl game for the second year in a row.
Here's what you need to know to watch the game at home, or on the go if you're out and about. As always, you'll need to check with your local cable or satellite provider to ensure live-streaming availability in your area.
Colorado Buffaloes vs. USC Trojans
Saturday, November 11, 2017 | 2:00 p.m. MT
Folsom Field, Boulder, CO
Internet: Fox Sports Go
Mobile: Fox Sports Go
TV Commentators: Tim Brando (play-by-play) / Spencer Tillman (color) / Holly Sonders (sideline reporter)
Odds: Colorado +14
Stat of the Week: It’s been a little under the radar, but PK James Stefanou is having one heckuva freshman season. The Lou Groza Award semifinalist is 31-of-31 on PAT kicks and 16-of-18 on field goal attempts (more on that on page 7). The 16 field goals made are tied for the seventh-most in a single season at Colorado (the most by a freshman) and his 79 points are the 14th-most by kicking (again, the most by a frosh, kicking and overall). The only freshmen to have a 1.000 percentage on multiple extra-point kicks are Patrick Blottiaux (7-of-7 in 1988) and Jason Lesley (2-of-2 in 1995). Just six freshmen have led the team in scoring, the most recent Will Oliver in 2011 (62 points), who was the first since Eric Bieniemy in 1987 (tied for the lead with 36).