October 21, 2007
Colorado impressed with Jayhawks play
Last year the Colorado defense got a glimpse of what Todd Reesing could do when he needed to make plays. In 2006 Reesing turned in a big run against the Buffaloes that sparked a come from behind win.
On Saturday in Boulder the Colorado defense must have felt they were seeing history repeat itself. With the game tied at zero Reesing broke off a 53-yard run that gave the Jayhawks an early 3-0 lead.
"It is frustrating, but that's part of the game," said Colorado linebacker Joradan Dizon of Reesing. "You see him running, there's nothing you can do about it, so you do it all over again for three more downs. He was a great quarterback; he did what he had to do on the ground and in the air, so my hat is off to him. The past two years he picked us apart as an offense, so my hat is off to him."
Reesing ended up leading the Jayhawks to their seventh straight win of the season and led the team in rushing. He finished the game with 90 yards on the ground , which the Buffaloes didn't prepare for.
George Hypolite, a starting defensive tackle for Colorado, said Reesing was tough to game plan for.
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