Colorado football vs. Stanford: How to watch, stream game, schedules, injury news

Colorado kicker Alejandro Mata (16) celebrates his game-winning field goal against Arizona State.
Colorado kicker Alejandro Mata (16) celebrates his game-winning field goal against Arizona State.

It took a game-winning field goal in the closing seconds but the Colorado Buffaloes earned a 27-24 win over Arizona State for their first Pac-12 win of the season and the first since a 20-13 win over Cal last October.

The Sun Devils led 17-14 at halftime and tied the game at 24 after a 13-play, 94-yard drive in the fourth quarter. Quarterback Trenton Bourguet's touchdown to Troy Omeire tied the game with 50 seconds to go in regulation.

Buffaloes quarterback Shedeur Sanders found wide receiver Javon Antonio for a 43-yard pass to set up the game-winning field goal by Alejandro Mata. Coach Deion Sanders was livid on the sideline at multiple points in the game as the Buffaloes gave up nearly 400 total yards to the 1-5 Sun Devils.

“Wonderful win, but we played like hot garbage and I'm trying to figure it out,” Deion said after the game. “I'm sick of this. We're better than this.”

Saved by late-game heroics from Shedeur and Mata, the Buffaloes didn't play well for most of the game. Eight penalties, five sacks allowed, and even failing to make it through the end zone on kickoffs.

"I expect to win, and I expect to win in a better fashion than that," Deion said. "I'm sick of these consistent holes that we’re displaying and the penalties and things that we’re doing. We’re so much better."

This week the Buffaloes head home for another Pac-12 game against Stanford (1-4, 0-3). The Cardinal had a bye last week to get a break after their four-game losing streak. Their last game saw No. 8 Oregon hand them a 42-6 drubbing, the same score as the Ducks' win over Colorado.

The two teams meet in Boulder with the Buffaloes looking to put together consecutive wins ahead of their bye week. Star CB/WR Travis Hunter is set to return for the Buffaloes after missing the past three games with injury.

How to watch Colorado vs. Stanford, TV and streaming:

Colorado hosts Stanford at Folsom Field with kickoff set for 10:00 p.m., ET, on ESPN. It'll also be streaming at and the ESPN app.

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Notable football players and injury news:

  • Buffaloes CB Travis Hunter is questionable

  • Buffaloes OL Savion Washington is questionable

  • Buffaloes S Trevor Woods is questionable

  • Buffaloes TE Louis Passarello is out

  • Cardinal S Jimmy Wyrick is questionable

  • Cardinal WR John Humphreys is questionable

  • Cardinal QB Ashton Daniels is questionable

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NCAA Odds Week 7: Colorado vs. Stanford lines and betting trends:

The Buffaloes are favored for the win over the Cardinal in Boulder, according to the BetMGM college football odds.

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  • Spread Favorite: Colorado (-11.5)

  • Moneyline: Colorado (-450), Stanford (+340)

  • Total: 58.5 points

Colorado Buffaloes football 2023 schedule and results:

  • Week 1: Sat. 09/02: Colorado 45-42 TCU Final

  • Week 2: Sat. 09/09: Colorado 36-14 Nebraska Final

  • Week 3: Sat. 09/16: Colorado 43-35 Colorado State Final

  • Week 4: Sat 09/23: Colorado 6-42 Oregon Final

  • Week 5: Sat. 09/30: Colorado 41-48 USC Final

  • Week 6: Sat. 10/07: Colorado 27-24 Arizona State Final

  • Week 7: Fri. 10/13: Colorado vs. Stanford, 10 p.m., ET, ESPN

  • Week 8: Sat. 10/21: Bye

  • Week 9: Sat. 10/28: Colorado at UCLA, TBD

  • Week 10: Sat. 11/04: Colorado vs. Oregon State, TBD

  • Week 11: Sat. 11/11: Colorado vs. Arizona, TBD

  • Week 12: Fri. 11/17: Colorado at Washington State, 10:30 p.m., ET, FS1

  • Week 13: Sat. 11/25: Colorado at Utah, TBD

Stanford Cardinal football 2023 schedule and results:

  • Week 1: Fri. 09/01: Stanford 37-24 Hawaii Final

  • Week 2: Sat. 09/09: Stanford 10-56 USC Final

  • Week 3: Sat. 09/16: Stanford 23-30 Sacramento State Final

  • Week 4: Sat. 09/23: Stanford 20-21 Arizona Final

  • Week 5: Sat. 09/30: Stanford 6-42 Oregon Final

  • Week 6: Sat. 10/07: Bye

  • Week 7: Fri. 10/13: Stanford at Colorado, 10:00 p.m., ET, ESPN

  • Week 8: Sat. 10/21: Stanford vs. UCLA, 10:30 p.m, ET, ESPN

  • Week 9: Sat. 10/28: Stanford vs. Washington, TBD

  • Week 10: Sat. 11/04: Stanford at Washington State, TBD

  • Week 11: Sat. 11/11: Stanford at Oregon State, TBD

  • Week 12: Sat. 11/18: Stanford vs. Cal, TBD

  • Week 13: Sat. 11/25: Stanford vs. Notre Dame, TBD

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