By Pat Rooney, Boulder Daily Camera/BuffZone: Remember the glory days of two weeks ago?
Colorado was coming off a near-upset of then-No. 5 Texas A&M, and while it was far from a flawless performance, it was more than competitive enough to believe that, win or lose, exciting things were in store for the Buffs in 2021.
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