CU Buffs eyeing future, but aiming to finish on high note

The Colorado football team may easily shut down psychologically this week. With a record of 4-7, the Buffaloes cannot finish with a winning record 

and will not play in a bowl game. They're also on a five-game losing streak heading into Saturday's matchup at Utah

Oh, and their most important player, quarterback Shedeur Sanders, is injured and may not play in Salt Lake City.

The Buffs, on the other hand, claim that they have a lot to play for this week, including dignity. "That's the most important thing," said linebacker LaVonta Bentley. 

"We started with a win against TCU (on Sept. 2), and we have to finish that way, and that's the most important thing." I believe the boys came in

 (this week) determined to improve, rather than pouting or feeling sorry for themselves. 

 We have one more game. It's a game for dignity, so we have to go out there and win."

Bentley came to CU with a track record of success. He spent the previous four seasons at Clemson, a perennial national power

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