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Stanford Stuns Colorado Football In Epic 29-Point Comeback Win

Stanford turned a 29-point lag into a win against Colorado football

Stanford turned a 29-point lag into a win against Colorado football, scoring on every possession after the half and hitting a game-tying field goal on the final play of regulation. 

The visitors went 8-for-8 scoring on second-half/overtime possessions before taking the win in overtime. 

“They were resilient,” said a dejected Colorado coach Deion Sanders. “Big win for them, horrible loss for us.”

Cardinal Quarterback Ashton Daniels was on fire. He finished with four touchdowns and 396 yards — all but 35 of them after halftime.

This is the biggest comeback in the program’s history. 

It was the biggest blown lead in Colorado football history and the largest since a Nov. 6, 2010 loss to Kansas, when the Buffs led 28-3 before losing 52-45.

“From youth football on, I don’t remember being up 29-0 and losing a football game,” Deion Sanders said. “This is really tough for me, tough for all of us.”

Despite CU star Travis Hunter’s return, Stanford gained 408 yards after halftime. 

Hunter has missed the past three games for Colorado after suffering a lacerated liver. On the Buffs’ second possession, Hunter scored his first FBS touchdown on a 24-yard catch. He was brilliant. 

Hunter finished with 13 catches for 140 yards and two touchdowns, but it was obvious that he was still in recovery. 

“People might focus on the plays he didn’t make, but the plays he made kept us in the game,” Deion said.

“That 97-yard touchdown is where it all started,” Deion said.

Ayomanor entered with 15 catches for 207 yards and one TD through five games. The sophomore destroyed CU for 13 catches, 294 yards, and three scores.

The Colorado team had a kickoff out of bounds, a missed 46-yard field goal that came up short, and a 26-yard punt.

No CU player also ran for more than 37 yards and the Buffs averaged 3.8 yards per carry.

“It was just a dumb play,” the junior QB said.

“He never should’ve thrown that ball,” Father Deion added.

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