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Stanford Storms Back From 29 Points Down At Halftime To Stun Deion Sanders, Colorado In OT


Colorado coach Deion Sanders finally had the explosive start he desired with four touchdowns in as many drives to start the game against Stanford on Friday night. But after a strong start, the Buffaloes saw a tremendous collapse, which presented a new kind of issue.

After leading 29-0 at halftime and then surrendering touchdowns on all eight Stanford possessions in the second half and OT, Colorado lost in double overtime, 46-43.

“It really was a really simple message (at halftime),” Stanford coach Troy Taylor said on ESPN after the game. “I was like, ‘It wasn’t a very good first half. I want to see how you compete.’ That was really it.”

Elic Ayomanor, a Stanford receiver, recorded 13 receptions for 294 yards and three touchdowns to help the Cardinal to their largest comeback victory in school history.

“Everybody came together as a whole,” Ayomanor told ESPN. It wasn’t just an effort by myself; it was an effort by the whole team really. That was what allowed us to win.”

After a plethora of errors, namely 17 penalties for 127 yards, Colorado drops to 4-3. Ashton Daniels, the quarterback for Stanford, improved their record to 2-5 by completing 27 of 45 passes for 396 yards and four touchdowns, all of which came in the second half.

“To be down 29-nothing, on the road against a really good team, just to continue to compete and believe, the number of times when they could have succumbed, I’m just really proud of them,” Taylor said.

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