|1967 Colorado Buffaloes football|
Bluebonnet Bowl champion
|Conference||Big Eight Conference|
|Record||9–2 (5–2 Big 8)|
|Home stadium||Folsom Field|
|1967 Big Eight Conference football standings|
|No. 3 Oklahoma $||7||–||0||–||0||10||–||1||–||0|
Rankings from AP Poll
The 1967 Colorado Buffaloes football team represented the University of Colorado at Boulder as a member of the Big Eight Conference during the 1967 NCAA University Division football season. Led by fifth-year head coach Eddie Crowder, the Buffaloes compiled an overall record of 9–2 with a mark of 5–2 conference play, tying for second place in the Big 8. Colorado was incited to the Bluebonnet Bowl, where they beat the Miami Hurricanes.
Colorado played in the inaugural game at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon, a 17–13 victory over the Oregon Webfoots. For the first time in six years, the Buffaloes defeated Nebraska, the conference champion the previous four years. Colorado did not win another game in the rivalry until 1986.
Senior safety Dick Anderson was a consensus All-American and played ten years with the Miami Dolphins.
|September 16||Baylor*||No. 10||W 27–7||31,400|
|September 23||at Oregon*||No. 9||ABC||W 17–13||27,500|||
|October 7||Iowa State||No. 8||W 34–0||38,500|
|October 14||No. 17 Missouri||No. 6||W 23–9||44,517|
|October 21||at No. 13 Nebraska||No. 4||W 21–16||65,766|
|October 28||Oklahoma State||No. 3||L 7–10||42,200|
|November 4||at No. 15 Oklahoma||No. 9||L 0–23||61,106|
|November 11||Kansas||W 12–8||40,200|
|November 18||at Kansas State||No. 19||W 40–6||14,500|
|November 25||at Air Force*||No. 17||W 33–0||28,835|
|December 23||vs. No. 18 Miami (FL)*||No. 14||ABC||W 31–21||30,156|||
Seven Buffaloes were selected in the 1968 NFL/AFL draft, the second common draft, which lasted seventeen rounds (462 selections).
|Dick Anderson||Safety||3||73||Miami Dolphins|
|Larry Plantz||Wide receiver||12||326||Oakland Raiders|
|Bill Harris||Running back||13||329||Atlanta Falcons|
|Charlie Greer||Defensive back||13||330||Denver Broncos|
|John Farler||Wide receiver||14||380||Green Bay Packers|
|Wilmer Cooks||Running back||15||384||New Orleans Saints|
|Frank Bosch||Defensive tackle||17||446||Washington Redskins|