Colorado defeated Murray State while maintaining a strong statistical advantage in defensive rebounding and free throw shooting. Colorado used its advantage on the boards to generate more possessions with a total of 26 defensive rebounds to their 17. Free throw shooting paid off, with 27 points coming from free throws for the Buffaloes to eight for the Racers. Askia Booker led the Buffaloes against the Racers with 23 points on 55% shooting in 33 minutes. Spencer Dinwiddie helped out with 11 free throws. CU PlayersMinsPtsRebAstStlBlkTOAAndre Roberson371691213AAskia Booker332322402B+S. Dinwiddie351443204BJosh Scott311360002C+Sabatino Chen34850002D+Xavier Johnson12210001-Eli Stalzer7000002-Xavier Talton4000000-Jeremy Adams4530000-S. Harris-Tunks3000001MURRAY PlayersMinsPtsRebAstStlBlkTOAEd Daniel3020101315ADexter Fields391830200AIsaiah Canaan342132112BStacy Wilson34827305C+Erik McCree12250001CBrandon Garrett18232012D+C.J. Ford13011100D+Terron Gilmore14211002-Zay Henderson5110000 The Buffaloes are now 4-0. The next game is against Air Force at home on November 25th. Colorado Game Notes: Andre Roberson has led the team in rebounding in 3 out of 4 games this season. The top two rebounders (Andre Roberson and Josh Scott) accounted for 42.8% of the rebounds. This marks the 1st 20-point game of Askia Booker's career. Spencer Dinwiddie has 4 straight double-digit point games. The top two scorers (Askia Booker and Andre Roberson) accounted for 48.1% of the points. Murray State Game Notes: The top two scorers (Isaiah Canaan and Ed Daniel) accounted for 55.4% of the points. Murray State lost and did not cover the spread. Ed Daniel accounted for 33.3% of the team's rebounds. This marks the 2nd 20-point game of Ed Daniel's career. Isaiah Canaan has 4 straight double-digit point games. Check out the complete Games Notes Originally posted by Fight CU Click here to view the article.