Good news for Colorado football fans: starting quarterback Sefo Liufau’s ankle x-ray came back negative today, according to ESPN.
Liufau was an absolute monster Saturday against the No.4-ranked Michigan Wolverines, going 16-of-25 for 246 yards and 3 touchdowns with no interceptions, before being pulled out of the game in the third quarter after suffering a game-ending ankle injury.
Michigan took advantage of the Buffaloes’ loss of momentum and closed out the game to a tune of 45-28, locking up their third win of the season, keeping them undefeated.
The 6-foot-4, 230-pound quarterback;s season was ended last year due to a Lisfranc injury, but fortunately this ankle tweak Liufau suffered in Saturday’s game had nothing to do with the previous injury.
The Buffaloes are currently sitting at 2-1, after absolutely thumping Colorado State in their season opener and Idaho State in their follow-up game.
Liufau’s status for Saturday’s game against an unranked Oregon team is uncertain.