Colorado's offensive line was not perfect against Charleston Southern, but it did play fairly well. The linemen paved the way for CU to rush for 218 yards, and gave up just one sack of quarterback Sefo Liufau.
"It was good," senior tackle Jack Harris said. "We know we can do that kind of stuff against any Pac-12 team; now we just have to go out and do it. We need to do it next week."
Harris was disappointed in the sack, however, in addition to the four quarterback hurries racked up by CSU.
"I'm upset by that stuff and I think the guys are, too," Harris said. "We have to get that stuff worked out.
"We could have done better and we can always get better. But, we'll take (the overall performance) as a good thing and keep going."
Backup tackle Marc Mustoe, a sophomore, broke his fibula on Saturday and will miss the remainder of the season. ... Darragh O'Neill became the first punter in CU history to play a role in converting a two-point conversion when he ran one in during the first quarter. ... Uzo-Diribe had his fifth forced fumble of the year, and 10th for his career. CU records are seven for one season (Jashon Sykes in 1999) and 11 for a career (Brian Cabral and Barry Remington). ... Jered Bell intercepted a CSU pass. It was his second INT this year. ... Junior Connor Wood, who started the first five games at quarterback, played the final offensive series for CU. He completed his only pass. ... CU has lost the coin toss in all six games this year. ... Charleston Southern fell to 0-23 against FBS teams. ... CU is 299-158-10 all-time at Folsom Field.