Arizona vs. Colorado Score Update: Wildcats Trail 20-10 At Halftime To Winless Buffaloes

It's a tough day to be a fan of the Arizona Wildcats. Playing in winds up to 70mph, UA currently trails the Colorado Buffaloes by a score of 20-10 at halftime. The Buffaloes do not have a victory in conference play this year.

Colorado scored first on a 5-yard touchdown rush from Rodney Stewart. Arizona answered with a 25-yard field goal from Jason Bonanno after being stopped near the goal line.

The second quarter was full of action. Just minutes into the quarter, Tyler Hansen hit Tony Jones for a 5-yard touchdown strike through the air. The extra point was blocked to keep the score at 13-3. Arizona's KaDeem Carey bulldozed his way into the end zone to cut the lead to 13-10.

Unfortunately for Tim Kish and the Wildcats, the defense was unable to hold the Buffaloes once again. With just two minutes remaining in the half, Josh Ford rushed for a touchdown from 17 yards out. The extra point was converted to give CU a 20-10 lead.

Nick Foles has played well despite the windy conditions and completed 13 of 19 passes for 136 yards. Carey leads UA with 29 yards on the ground. Juron Criner has three receptions for 45 yards on the day.

For more on the game, check out Arizona Desert Swarm.

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