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    The 2012-13 men's basketball schedule is tentatively complete. The missing piece? The Terriers from Wofford University. Boyle's Boys will tip-off against the Southern Conference power on November 9th.

    Honestly, Coach Boyle could've (and has) done a lot worse for his opening night opponent. Wofford has been in the Tournament as recently as 2011, and is a whole hell of a lot better than Ft Lewis (CU's opening night opponent last season).


    The challenge from Coach Boyle and the rest of the team is to make the Wofford game a sellout. I figure, if Buff Nation can squeeze out 7,925 for an opener against a D-II opponent last season, than a full 11,064 to greet the defending Pac-12 champions should be no problem come November. Everyone better plan on getting their tickets as soon as they come on sale.


    Below is the tentative schedule, with times yet to be determined (ripped from the BDC article). Feature home games include: Air Force (Nov 25th), CSU (Dec 5th), UCLA (Jan 12th), Stanford (Jan 26th), and Arizona (Feb 14th).


    Nov. 9 -- WOFFORD
    Nov. 15-18 -- Charleston Classic (opponents* TBA)
    Nov. 25 -- AIR FORCE
    Nov. 28 -- TEXAS SOUTHERN
    Dec. 1 -- at Wyoming
    Dec. 5 -- COLORADO STATE
    Dec. 8 -- at Kansas
    Dec. 12 -- at Fresno State
    Dec. 21 -- NORTHERN ARIZONA
    Dec. 29 -- HARTFORD
    Jan. 3 -- at Arizona State
    Jan. 5 -- at Arizona
    Jan. 10 -- USC
    Jan. 12 -- UCLA
    Jan. 17 -- at Washington
    Jan. 19 -- at Washington State
    Jan. 24 -- CAL
    Jan. 26 -- STANFORD
    Feb. 2 -- at Utah
    Feb. 7 -- at Oregon State
    Feb. 9 -- at Oregon
    Feb. 14 -- ARIZONA
    Feb. 16 -- ARIZONA STATE
    Feb. 23 -- UTAH
    Feb. 28 -- at Stanford
    March 2 -- at Cal
    March 7 -- OREGON
    March 9 -- OREGON STATE
    March 13-16 -- Pac-12 Tournament, Las Vegas





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    The 2012-13 men's basketball schedule is tentatively complete. The missing piece? The Terriers from Wofford University. Boyle's Boys will tip-off against the Southern Conference power on November 9th.

    Honestly, Coach Boyle could've (and has) done a lot worse for his opening night opponent. Wofford has been in the Tournament as recently as 2011, and is a whole hell of a lot better than Ft Lewis (CU's opening night opponent last season).


    The challenge from Coach Boyle and the rest of the team is to make the Wofford game a sellout. I figure, if Buff Nation can squeeze out 7,925 for an opener against a D-II opponent last season, than a full 11,064 to greet the defending Pac-12 champions should be no problem come November. Everyone better plan on getting their tickets as soon as they come on sale.


    Below is the tentative schedule, with times yet to be determined (ripped from the BDC article). Feature home games include: Air Force (Nov 25th), CSU (Dec 5th), UCLA (Jan 12th), Stanford (Jan 26th), and Arizona (Feb 14th).


    Nov. 9 -- WOFFORD
    Nov. 15-18 -- Charleston Classic (opponents* TBA)
    Nov. 25 -- AIR FORCE
    Nov. 28 -- TEXAS SOUTHERN
    Dec. 1 -- at Wyoming
    Dec. 5 -- COLORADO STATE
    Dec. 8 -- at Kansas
    Dec. 12 -- at Fresno State
    Dec. 21 -- NORTHERN ARIZONA
    Dec. 29 -- HARTFORD
    Jan. 3 -- at Arizona State
    Jan. 5 -- at Arizona
    Jan. 10 -- USC
    Jan. 12 -- UCLA
    Jan. 17 -- at Washington
    Jan. 19 -- at Washington State
    Jan. 24 -- CAL
    Jan. 26 -- STANFORD
    Feb. 2 -- at Utah
    Feb. 7 -- at Oregon State
    Feb. 9 -- at Oregon
    Feb. 14 -- ARIZONA
    Feb. 16 -- ARIZONA STATE
    Feb. 23 -- UTAH
    Feb. 28 -- at Stanford
    March 2 -- at Cal
    March 7 -- OREGON
    March 9 -- OREGON STATE
    March 13-16 -- Pac-12 Tournament, Las Vegas





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