Snowballs from the stands couldn't slow the Utes' offense on Saturday. 

By Michael Shapiro
November 17, 2018

Folsom Field in Boulder, Colo. was a winter wonderland on Saturday as Colorado hosted Utah. The field conditions didn't hurt the offensive output in the Utes' 30-7 win, but it did give the Pac-12 officials some trouble.

The action was stopped early in the second quarter with Utah driving toward the Buffaloes' end zone. Prior to a snap from Colorado's 7-yard line, officials stopped to address the snow-covered fans. 

"We ask fans on both sides not to throw snowballs onto the field," the head official said. "That's dangerous to players from both teams."

A change in weather couldn't alter Colorado's fortunes on Saturday as the Buffs lost their sixth straight contest. Colorado is now last in the Pac-12 South at 5–6, 2–6 Pac-12. 

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