Colorado continues their fairytale season on Friday when they square up against Stanford at the Folsom Field in Boulder. The Buffaloes returned to winning ways last week on the road when they faced Arizona State in Tempe and will hope to keep up the form in Week 7.
While the Buffaloes have managed four wins this season, their opponent, the Stanford Cardinal, has only managed just one win so far this season. After securing a Week 1 victory against Hawaii, they have faced four consecutive losses, making it a difficult start to the season.
Stanford's struggles on offense have left them searching for answers, and this could work to Colorado's advantage in their matchup on Friday night. In what has been a highly unimpressive season for the Cardinal, they have only recorded three touchdown passes all season.
Notably, the availability of Travis Hunter would be a significant boost to the Buffaloes' secondary, as they faced some challenging moments in his absence.
What channel is the Colorado vs. Stanford game Today?
TV Channel: ESPN
- Livestream: ESPN+, FuboTV
The Colorado vs. Stanford game will be broadcast on ESPN. Additionally, the game can be streamed live on ESPN+ as well as the FuboTV app.
The broadcast team for the game will include Mark Jones as the play-by-play announcer and Louis Riddick as the color analyst. Quint Kessenich will be the sideline reporter for the game in Boulder.
Colorado vs. Stanford start time
Date: Friday, October 13
- Kickoff: 10 p.m. Eastern Time
The Week 7 game between Colorado and Stanford is scheduled to kick off at 10 p.m. Eastern Time (8 p.m. local time) from Folsom Field in Boulder, Colorado.
The Colorado quarterback situation
Shedeur Sanders has been Colorado's starting quarterback since the beginning of the season. The Jackson State transfer followed his father, Deion Sanders, to Boulder after spending two years together in the Football Championship Subdivision.
Sanders has been in impressive form this season with Colorado. The quarterback has thrown for 2,020 yards and 16 touchdowns in six games so far, completing 72.7% of his passes.
The Stanford quarterback situation
The quarterback situation at Stanford has been unsettled this season. With the Cardinal offensive struggle, Troy Taylor has found it hard to give anyone the starting spot so far.
The quarterback minutes have been shared between Ashton Daniels and Justin Lamson. Both signal-callers have struggled in the backfield and will hope for a change against the Buffaloes.