The Buffs, now sitting on a three-game losing streak after dropping a pair in Arizona last week, have a favorable stretch-run schedule. The Buffs managed to briefly cut the lead back to seven, but the Sun Devils stayed hot down the stretch to collect the win.
CSU head basketball coach Larry Eustachy under investigation From the Coloradoan …
Larry Eustachy’s conduct as CSU’s men’s basketball coach is again the subject of an internal investigation, university athletic director Joe Parker said Wednesday.
The lone win for the Buffaloes came in their first season in the Pac-12, a 63-49 decision on Feb. Colorado has won four of the last six overall in the series.
Tad Boyle is 6-6 against Arizona State as a head coach. Free throws made the difference Thursday night, as the Colorado Buffaloes outrebounded and outshot No.
Colorado is averaging 73.9 points per game while shooting 44.9 percent from the field.
Overall the Buffaloes have been balanced in scoring with three players averaging double-figures and five averaging between six and 15 points an outing.
The 12-9 Buffs (4-5 Pac-12) would love to add another to their ledger Saturday, when they meet No. 4 in the country after a spectacular 12-0 run through non-conference play.
Among ASU’s victims were Xavier and Kansas, both top-10 teams.
Last year, CU was within two points with 37 seconds left in the game in Boulder but couldn’t completely close the gap and dropped an 86-81 decision. – —– January 30th Wilner: 75% chance that Pac-12 will go from 18- to a 20-game conference schedule From the San Jose Mercury News …
Two years ago, the Utes took a 56-54 win in Boulder when Lorenzo Bonam hit a buzzer-beater over the outstretched arms of Josh Scott, and then claimed a 57-55 nail-biter in Salt Lake City. Let’s start, short and sweet, with the news: The Pac-12 is considering a 20-game conference schedule.
But since that 12-0 start, Bobby Hurley’s Sun Devils have dropped five of their last eight since entering league play.