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12/08/17 - 2017 ALL-PAC-12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): RB Phillip Lindsay, Sr.,...Lindsay follows up his second-team selection from 2016 with his honorable mention pick this year. Lindsay not only led the Pac-12 in rushing attempts, he also led the nation with 301, which went for 1,474 yards and he scored 14 TDs on the ground. He also caught 23 passes that went for 257 yards and another score. In all, Lindsay had 324 touches and did not fumble one single time. He finishes his CU career with 24 school records to his name. He is Colorado's all-time leader in career all-purpose yards with 5,760 (3,635 rushing, 976 receiving, 1,077 kickoff returns) and yards from scrimmage with 4,683, second in rushing yards (3,707), and is fourth in scoring (234 points). - Colorado Football
10/28/17 - Steven Montez responded to last week's benching by returning to Colorado's lineup and throwing for 347 yards to lead the Buffaloes to a 44-28 win over California on Saturday. The junior quarterback, who missed the second half of the Buffs' loss to Washington State, threw for three touchdowns as Colorado improved to 5-4, 2-4 in the Pac-12. Montez added a 7-yard rushing touchdown. Devin Ross, Shay Fields and Jay MacIntyre were the biggest benefactors of Montez's afternoon with each hauling in receiving touchdowns. Fields finished with 101 receiving yards, 65 of which came on a touchdown strike to put the Buffs up 21-7 in the second quarter. It was Nick Fisher's 100-yard interception return for a touchdown that essentially quashed any hope for Golden Bears, putting the Buffaloes up 44-21 with 2:34 remaining. Colorado tailback Phillip Lindsay rushed for 161 yards. It's the 11th 100-yard game for the Colorado senior, who pulled within 100 yards of Rodney Stewart for No. 2 on the program's career rushing list. California (4-5, 1-5) has lost two in a row and five of its last six games. - The Sports Xchange
10/14/17 - Steven Montez passed to Bryce Bobo for a 13-yard touchdown pass with 1:34 left to give Colorado a 36-33 win over Oregon State on Saturday in Corvallis, Ore. It was the second touchdown pass of the game from Montez to Bobo, and the pair also produced a touchdown with Bobo throwing to Montez. Phillip Lindsay rushed for 185 yards and two scores for the Buffaloes. The victory was the first for Colorado (4-3, 1-3) in the Pac-12 while it extended the losing streak for Oregon State (1-6, 0-4) to five games. It also spoiled the college head coaching debut of Oregon State's Cory Hall, named the interim coach earlier in the week when Gary Andersen walked away from the program in his third season.
The Buffaloes drove 82 yards for the winning score after Oregon State had taken a 29-26 lead on Ryan Nall's third rushing touchdown of the game with 4:22 left. A 52-yard field goal attempt that fell short ended Oregon State's final possession. A 43-yard interception return by Colorado's Evan Worthington, setting the Buffaloes up at the Oregon State 46-yard line, led to Colorado's first lead of the game. Colorado scored in six plays, the last a nine-yard run by Lindsay to give the visitors a 21-19 advantage. The Beavers retook the lead at 26-21 when Nall ran in from 13 yards for his second touchdown of the game. - The Sports Xchange
09/01/17 - Ralphie the Buffalo wasn't the only one off and running to start the 2017 season as Phillip Lindsay and Colorado stampeded their way to a 17-3 victory over Colorado State in the 89th edition of the Rocky Mountain Showdown. The senior rushed for 144 yards and a score as the incumbent Pac-12 South champion Buffaloes (1-0) began their title defense by dropping the rival Rams in front of a record crowd of 73,932 on Friday night in Denver. Lindsay, whose father Troy played was a fullback at Colorado State, earned the seventh 100-yard rushing game of his career, reaching the mark in the first half (101 yards). Colorado State made a late push, but had a drive stall on the Colorado 39-yard line after Trey Udoffia stripped Rams wide receiver Warren Jackson for a fumble recovered by Afolabi Laguda. Udoffia added an interception on Colorado State next drive to end the game. Quarterback Steven Montez was efficient, connecting on 21 of 29 passes for 202 yards and a touchdown. The sophomore threw two picks, both to Kevin Nutt Jr. - The Sports Xchange
08/31/17 - RB Phillip Lindsay is the second player in program history to be named team captain in three consecutive seasons, joining Pat Carney, who accomplished the feat between 1891 and 1893. Other team captains this year will be tight end George Frazier, left tackle Jeromy Irwin, safety Afolabi Laguda and linebackers Rick Gamboa and Derek McCartney.