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Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre insists his team has defended the run well at times this season and he sees improvement from the Buffs when it comes to stopping opponents on the ground. Full Story
(Rick Bowmer / Associated Press)
College footballCU football: Buffs have to bottle up Booker

Utah RB leads Pac-12 in rushing attempts this season
Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre insists his team has defended the run well at times this season and he sees improvement from the Buffs when it comes to stopping opponents on the ground. Full Story
( Paul Aiken / Daily Camera )
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