The Arizona St. Sun Devils opened Saturday's game against the Colorado Buffaloes with two goals in mind: win the game and maintain their position in the Pac-12 South division race. By game's end, the Sun Devils had accomplished both of those goals by virtue of a 48-14 victory.
The Sun Devils entered the fourth quarter with a 41-7 lead that they maintained until game's end. Colorado scored its first offensive touchdown of the game in the fourth quarter when quarterback Tyler Hansen connected with Toney Clemens for a 21-yard score.
Quarterbacks Mike Bercovici and Taylor Kelly both saw playing time in the game's final period, but it was Kelly who led the team down the field and set up a score. Kelly handed off to James Morrison, who took the ball in for an eight-yard score.
With the victory, the Sun Devils move to 4-1 in the Pac-12. They will play against UCLA on the road next week.