On a Friday night in Boulder, a major Colorado football game turned into a surprising loss 

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Stanford mounted an incredible comeback, erasing a massive 29-point halftime deficit 

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They scored on every possession in the second half and managed to tie the game with a field goal just before the end of regula 

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They eventually won in double overtime with a field goal by Joshua Karly 

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Stanford completely turned the game around, scoring every time they had the ball in the second half 

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which spoiled the return of CU star Travis Hunter from injury.

Stanford's quarterback, Ashton Daniels, played exceptionally well, securing four touchdowns and 396 yards 

with most of these coming in the second half. He led his team to a game-tying field goal in regulation 

Stanford celebrated their unexpected win after a challenging season that began with a 1-4 record and a 29-point deficit 

This loss marked the most substantial comeback against CU since 2010 

Travis Hunter had a strong performance with 13 catches for 140 yards and two touchdowns 

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but it wasn't enough for Colorado, and their chances of reaching a bowl game were significantly impacted 

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