2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
2-2, 4th in MW - Mountain
Alabama overpowers Colorado State 41-23 (1:26)
Scarbrough powers his way in for another Crimson Tide TD (0:33)
Alabama picks off pass on deflection (0:45)
Saban says Alabama not making plays when they need to (0:22)
Alabama scores from midfield on Foster TD (0:45)
Colorado State's Jackson goes over the back for the TD (0:50)
Hurts connects with Ridley for 78-yard TD (1:22)
Hurts takes it himself for Alabama TD (0:43)
Alabama focusing on execution and details (1:01)
ESPN Stats & Info

Brown leads the way in receiving

Ole Miss sophomore A.J. Brown is atop the nation through two weeks with 389 receiving yards, just 23 yards short of his entire 2016 total. Hawai'i's John Ursua and Marshall's Tyre Brady made the top five mostly on the strength of one outing, as Ursua put up 272 yards on Aug. 26, and Brady tallied 248 on Saturday.

ESPN Stats & Info

Small-school QBs stand out nationally

Colorado State's Nick Stevens leads the nation through two weeks with nearly 1,000 passing yards, while UMass' Andrew Ford and New Mexico State's Tyler Rogers also rank in the top five. Shea Patterson sits second after breaking a school record Sunday, and top NFL prospect Josh Rosen ranks fourth.

Tide working toward a more aggressive defense (1:11)

Stevens throws for 337 yards, 3 TDs; Colorado St. beats ACU

Nick Stevens, who threw for over 300 yards in each of his first two games to start the season, continued his aerial assault, throwing for 337 yards and three touchdowns as Colorado State rolled past Abilene Christian 38-10 on Saturday.

ESPN Stats & Info

Breneman top in receiving yards

UMass WR Adam Breneman leads college football with 305 receiving yards at the end of Week 1. Ole Miss' A.J. Brown comes in third, but paces receivers among Power 5 schools with 233 yards.

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CSU's Stevens No. 1 in passing yards

Colorado State QB Nick Stevens paces college football's passing yards leaders heading into the second week of the season. Oregon State's Jake Luton is the highest-ranked Power 5 QB on the list at No. 4.


Colorado beats CSU 17-3 behind Lindsay, flurry of flags

Phillip Lindsay ran for 140 yards on 19 carries and Colorado capitalized on a flurry of debatable judgment calls by the Pac-12 officiating crew in a 17-3 victory over Colorado State on Friday night in the Rocky Mountain Showdown.

Team Stats

Passing Yards306.824th
Rushing Yards172.865th
Points For30.572nd
Points Against23.864th

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