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2014-15 CU vs Utah Basketball Preview #2 - The Return of Jelly

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    With just over five months left to go before the Pac-12 Tournament, Colorado Basketball has officially entered the home stretch.* In years previous, this meant postseason positioning; not just for Las Vegas, but for the real Dance, as well.* The latter part of that equation is no longer an at-large possibility, but the former portion is still a practical purpose. Currently sitting in 7th at 4-5 in the league, the Buffs have a ways to climb to get over the hump, and into the top-half of the Conference of Champions.* The team has five games to play at home, and need to leverage them to their fullest stay where they've historically finished on the league table.

    Which leads into tonight's fixture with the #13 Utah Utes. A win here gets Colorado that much closer to an upper-half finish (and some saved face).* It wouldn't single-handedly salvage the season, or anything like that, but a win tonight over the travel partner would serve as a beacon of light in an otherwise foggy campaign.

    Tip-off from the appropriately suds-filled Coors Events Center is set for 8pm this evening.* Pac-12 Network has the coverage, with the radio call on 850 KOA.

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    With just over five months left to go before the Pac-12 Tournament, Colorado Basketball has officially entered the home stretch.* In years previous, this meant postseason positioning; not just for Las Vegas, but for the real Dance, as well.* The latter part of that equation is no longer an at-large possibility, but the former portion is still a practical purpose. Currently sitting in 7th at 4-5 in the league, the Buffs have a ways to climb to get over the hump, and into the top-half of the Conference of Champions.* The team has five games to play at home, and need to leverage them to their fullest stay where they've historically finished on the league table.

    Which leads into tonight's fixture with the #13 Utah Utes. A win here gets Colorado that much closer to an upper-half finish (and some saved face).* It wouldn't single-handedly salvage the season, or anything like that, but a win tonight over the travel partner would serve as a beacon of light in an otherwise foggy campaign.

    Tip-off from the appropriately suds-filled Coors Events Center is set for 8pm this evening.* Pac-12 Network has the coverage, with the radio call on 850 KOA.

    Click below for the preview...

    Read more »[​IMG]

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