When No. 25 Colorado tips it off Saturday against San Diego in the Buffaloes' home opener at the CU Events Center (8 p.m., Pac-12 Network), one thing is a virtual certainty: The Toreros will have the Buffaloes complete and undivided attention.
Before the season began, Colorado coach Tad Boyle called D'Shawn Schwartz an "X-factor" for the Buffaloes.
BOULDER - 'Tis the season for hitting the slopes, turkey carving, and slam dunks brought to you by the Colorado Buffaloes. This time of year strongly resonates with the student community by coming together for a season of joy and watching McKinley Wright break some ankles. Our Buffs will be taking on the San Diego Toreros and here are five things you should know before coming to the game.
After traveling more than 13,000 miles to collect a win in their season opener, Tad Boyle's Colorado Buffaloes are back in Boulder, preparing for Saturday's 8 p.m. home opener against San Diego (Pac-12 Network).
Colorado built a big lead early, then fought off an Arizona State comeback in the second half Saturday (Friday night in Colorado) and the Buffaloes collected an 81-71 win in the season opener for both teams in the Pac-12 China Game.
Five players scored in double figures as the University of Colorado cruised to a 109-42 win over Tsinghua University in a men's basketball exhibition Wednesday afternoon at the Suzhou Sports Center.