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Colorado running back Phillip Lindsay said the Buffs have moved on from last Saturday’s loss to Washington State.

With four games to play, the Buffs aren’t too interested in looking back. In fact, as senior running back Phillip Lindsay sat down for his press conference, he told reporters he wasn’t going to talk about the Washington State game.

“We’re done with that and going on to Cal,” he said. “We still have a chance to win the rest of our games and that’s what we’re focused on.”

Not interested

During the Wazzu game, Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre spent several minutes berating officials, apparently after they picked up a pass interference flag against the Cougars in the third quarter.

With his headset off, MacIntyre was 30-40 yards down field, yelling at officials, seemingly without paying much attention to the action on the field. It went on long enough that ESPN sideline reporter Rocky Boiman commented, “He’s got to find a way to get his head back in this game.”

On Tuesday, MacIntyre wasn’t in the mood to talk about his actions during the game.

Asked to explain what he was upset about, MacIntyre said, “I really can’t comment on it.”

Asked if he feels his emotions sometimes get the best of him on the field, MacIntyre responded with an abrupt, “No.”


Cornerback Isaiah Oliver (leg) is listed as probable on CU’s injury reporter. Center Jonathan Huckins (concussion) and Javier Edwards (ankle) are both day-to-day. … Right guard Tim Lynott Jr., who plays center when Huckins is out, had a tough night snapping in the rain at Washington State. MacIntyre said the Buffs are obviously working on snaps this week with Lynott and, “Hopefully he snaps the ball well this week.” … Saturday will be CU’s 103rd homecoming game. The Buffs are 62-35-5 all-time in homecoming games.

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