Some fun facts about Saturday's Stanford vs. Colorado game.
This is the inaugural Pac-12 road game for Colorado. The Buffs lost at home last week to Washington State in its conference opener.
Stanford owns the nation’s longest winning streak at 12. The Cardinal haven't lost since Oct. 2 last season to Oregon. Since that date, Colorado is 3-10. It is the second longest win streak in Stanford history.
Colorado has lost 18 straight road games, last winning at Texas Tech in 2007. The 18-game road losing streak is the longest active streak in FBS.
Stanford is looking for its first 5-0 start since 1951 (9-0). Last season, the Cardinal started 4-0 before losing to Oregon for their only loss of the season.
Andrew Luck is 24-5 career as a starter. The 24 wins is tied with Steve Stenstrom for first in school history.
First meeting since 1993. Teams have split six all-time meetings.
Stanford has posted a 29-13 (.691) record over the last three-plus seasons and are 24-6 (.800) dating back to the 2009 campaign.
Stanford has been ranked in the Top 10 of the AP poll for 13 straight weeks, marking the program’s longest run as a Top 10 team in school history.
Stanford has won eight straight home games and are 19-2 in its last 21 games at Stanford Stadium dating back to the final home game of the 2007 season.
The last Stanford first year head coach to start his career 4-0 was Chuck Taylor, who led the Indians to nine straight wins in his inaugural season in 1951.
Stanford leads the Pac-12 in five defensive categories; rush defense (62.25 ypg), total defense (312), scoring defense (11.5), tackles-for-loss per game (8.5) and sacks per game (3.5).
The Cardinal have scored 40 or more points in 13 of their past 30 games.
Stanford is 22-for-22 in red zone scoring opportunities (17 touchdowns, five field goals). Nine touchdowns have come via the rush.
Tight ends have accounted for 13 of the past 16 passing touchdowns dating back to the Orange Bowl last year.