Who are the Colorado-Washington State announcers on FS1 today? All about the CFB Week 12 game coverage crew.

Week 12 college football action resumes with this matchup between Colorado and Washington State. The two teams have similar win-loss records of 4-6, albeit Coach Prime's Buffaloes have been surprisingly sinking following a hot start to the season.

After winning their first three games, the Buffs have been mediocre since a humiliating loss to Oregon. With standout cornerback Travis Hunter out with an injury, Deion Sanders' club has been struggling to keep their heads above water. They're now on a four-game losing streak and are only hunting for answers to break it.

As for the Cougars, their performance this season is more or less... expected given where they were last year. The term one could use is mediocre, at the very least, but their losing skid is longer than Colorado's (six games) after winning their first four. So this game is more or less just two teams trying to find ways to win again before the regular season closes. 

Colorado vs Washington State game announcer The game announcers on FS1 will be Tim Brando and Spencer Tillman. Brando will be calling play-by-play and Spencer will be the resident analyst.

What time is the Colorado vs Washington State game today? The Colorado Buffaloes will clash against the Washington State Cougars on Friday, Nov. 17 at 10:30 p.m. ET.

What can we expect from the Colorado-Washington State game? As previously said, these two teams are riding relatively extended winning runs. Only Washington State has suffered two more losses than Colorado.

Shedeur Sanders will most likely be his Heisman-contending self for the Buffs. Coach Prime's signal-caller will continue to fill the stat sheet, but fans should anticipate him to be sacked frequently in this game.

One obvious reason for this is that Colorado's offensive line has been underwhelming. However, it sparked debate, with one coach suggesting that Shedeur Sanders purposely seeks sacks in order to "pad his stats." According to The Athletic (via Sports Illustrated), the unknown coach initially stated:

“I think they want to rack up some stats for Shedeur. He really holds on to the ball a long time. I think he takes sacks because he doesn’t want to affect his completion percentage,” a Pac-12 assistant coach who suggested Colorado “had some tells” told The Athletic in an article published Thursday. 

The Cougars' chances of making a Bowl game are still alive, even if they are dwindling by the day. They lost to Cal and thus missed out on the berth, but they have a second shot against Colorado. Aside from that, this will be the Cougs' final home game, and a win will go a long way toward giving their fans something to cheer about.

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