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Colorado blows 29-point halftime lead in 2OT loss to Stanford

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BOULDER, Colo. — Joshua Karty kicked a 31-yard field goal in the second overtime after tying the game in regulation, Elic Ayomanor had a school-record 294 receiving yards and Stanford rallied from a deficit of 29 points at halftime for a 46-43 victory over Colorado early Saturday.

It was the largest lost lead in Colorado history.

Safety Alaka’i Gilman caught a floated pass from Shedeur Sanders in the end zone to set the stage for Karty, who connected on a 46-yarder with no more regulation time left.

The Cardinal (2-4, 1-3 Pac-12) trailed 29-0 at halftime, with QBs Justin Lamson and Ashton Daniels unable to ignite a spark.

That is, until the second half, when Daniels – with contributions from Lamson – led Stanford on eight straight goals. The Cardinal had 408 of its 523 yards in the second half and overtime.

Joshua Karty scores the tying basket as regulation time expires. He then hit the game-winning kick in double overtime to lead Stanford to a 46-43 victory over Colorado.
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Elic Ayomanor, who received 294 yards, catches a pass
for a touchdown in overtime as Travis Hunter defends.
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Daniels threw for 396 yards and four touchdowns. Ayomanor had 13 catches and three touchdowns, including one to tie the first overtime and another for a game-changing 97 yards.

His 294 receiving yards broke the record held by Troy Walters (278) against UCLA in 1999.

Ashton Daniels rides the pack in Stanford’s stunning win over Colorado.
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Colorado committed 17 penalties for 127 yards in a game that started at 8:20 p.m. East and ended around 12:15 a.m. local time.

Sanders finished with 400 passing yards and five touchdowns and rushed for a team-leading 37 yards. The Buffaloes (4-3, 1-3) got off to an early start, taking a 29-0 lead. It was inspected on Friday the 13th.

Shadeur Sanders, who threw for 400 yards and five touchdowns, runs down the field in Colorado’s loss.
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This was not the case.

Travis Hunter, a two-way standout, returned after missing three games following a late hit in the Colorado State game that sent him to the hospital with a lacerated liver.

Travis Hunter, who had 13 catches for 140 yards and two touchdowns, passes Alaka’i Gilman for a touchdown in Colorado’s loss.
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Colorado coach Deion Sanders talks with Shedeur Sanders during the second quarter of Colorado’s loss.
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He had 13 catches for 140 yards and two scores.

He also made five tackles.

Following

Stanford: The Cardinal host No. 18 UCLA on October 21.

Colorado: The Buffaloes have a week off before traveling to UCLA to face the Bruins on October 28.

New York Post

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