McKinley Wright IV scored 24 points with six rebounds and eight assists, Tyler Bey had 22 points and 17 rebounds and Colorado got past Arizona State 77-73 on Wednesday night.
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- 1/24W 68-59
- 1/26L 75-62
- 1/31L 76-74
- 2/2W 73-51
- 2/6W 84-73
- 2/9W 69-65
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McKinley Wright scored 20 points, including two key drives in the closing minutes, and added eight rebounds to lead Colorado to a 69-65 victory Saturday night over USC.
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Shane Gatling had career highs of 28 points and seven 3-pointers, helping Colorado beat UCLA 84-73 on Wednesday night and sending the Bruins to their fifth loss in seven games.
Tyler Bey scored a career-high 27 points, 9-of-9 shooting, and grabbed 10 rebounds to help Colorado cruise to a 73-51 win over Oregon on Saturday night.
Stephen Thompson Jr. scored 21 points, Tres Tinkle had 19 points and eight rebounds to lead Oregon State to a 76-74 win over the Colorado Buffaloes on Thursday night.
Oscar da Silva scored 21 points and had seven rebounds and Stanford ended a nine-game losing streak to Colorado with a 75-62 victory over the Buffaloes on Saturday.
Lucas Siewert scored 18 points and Tyler Bey had 17 points and 14 rebounds as Colorado beat Cal 68-59 on Thursday night despite squandering all of an 18-point second-half lead.
Utah didn't let a week off between games go to waste. The Utes used their extra practice time to put additional emphasis on having active hands and active feet on defense. All of that increased focus paid off big time against Colorado.
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Will Steve Alford get the most out of UCLA's talent? Is Arizona headed for a drop-off? The Pac-12 seems to be bereft of sure-fire contenders.
The Pac-12 task force, created in response to the FBI investigation into corruption in college basketball, has finalized several recommendations for change including a proposal to end the so-called "one-and-done" age-limit rule.
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Colorado coach Tad Boyle on the Buffaloes 83-67 loss to the Arizona Wildcats: "We didn't lose this game because we didn't fight. We lost this game because we didn't play well. We didn't get enough 50-50 balls."
Colorado coach Tad Boyle said he injured his calf muscle while trying to break up a late-game scuffle between the Buffaloes and Arizona State in Wednesday's 97-85 win.
It was a good week for Colorado, which knocked off Arizona and Arizona State.
NC State clobbered the Blue Devils for the day's big upset, and West Virginia made things difficult for Trae Young and OU. And that's not all.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
What a week for Tad Boyle and Colorado. Buffs beat Arizona State and Arizona in a 48-hour span.
Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer
It's been eight days since the Pac-12 opened its conference basketball schedule and there is not an undefeated team remaining. Colorado, which lost its first two conference games to Oregon State and Oregon, upset No. 14 Arizona, 80-77, giving the Buffaloes a pair of top-15 wins in the last three days.