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Updated: Colorado (18-8) Goes Up Against Stanford (18-9)

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    You can bet that Coors Events Center will be buzzing on Thursday as Colorado hosts Stanford in a Pac 12 showdown. It all starts at 10:30 EST and you can catch it on FSN.
    Stanford is in 7th place in the conference and Colorado is in 3rd place. The Buffaloes stand at 18-8 overall as well as 10-4 in the Pac 12. Meanwhile, the Cardinal have a record of 18-9 including 8-7 in the conference.
    We think Colorado has a slim advantage in this game. Colorado will use its home-court advantage and look to improve its 13-1 home record, while Stanford is 5-6 on the road. The RPI also gives the Buffaloes the advantage, ranking them at #72 and the Cardinal at #104. Also, Colorado has won four of its last five games and believes it can add to that.
    Colorado has already played Stanford this season, back on January 14th, and lost 84-64. In four years, the Colorado record against Stanford is 0-3, including 0-1 at home.StatSmack! Colorado is better than Stanford
    • How does our back look? Colorado is ranked higher than Stanford in the Pac 12 (#3 vs #7).
    • Colorado has a better conference record than Stanford this season (10-4 vs 8-7).
    • The Colorado rebounding leader (Andre Roberson) has more rebounds than the Stanford rebounding leader (Josh Owens).
    • Nate Tomlinson is ranked 10th in the Pac 12 in assists
    Get more Stanford StatSmack

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