THE GAME: No. 20 (AP)/23 (USA Today Sports/Coaches) ranked University of Colorado opens its final regular season home weekend by hosting Washington State University on Friday, Feb. 22, at 7 p.m. at the Coors Events Center. BROADCAST: Friday’s game will be broadcast live on KKZN AM 760. Mike Rice will have the play-by-play with Carol Callan of USA Basketball providing the color commentary. A live video stream will be available on the Pac-12 Digital platform at Pac-12.com at this link: http://pac-12.com/live/cubuffs.aspx. The live stream is free to the public and not tied to a Pac-12 Network carrier. OPENING TIP: Colorado is looking to match its win total from a year ago and record its first double-digit league win season since 2004. ABOUT THE BUFFALOES: Colorado is 20-5 overall and in fifth place in the Pac-12 at 9-5. The Buffaloes have won 20 games for the 19th time in team history and have their most in the regular season since the 2003-04 team won 22 (finished 22-8). CU has also three more Pac-12 wins than it did in 2012 with four regular season games still to play. The Buffaloes finished in 10th place at 6-12 in their inaugural season in the league. The Buffaloes are one-and-a-half games behind UCLA (11-4) for fourth place and two behind Sunday’s opponent, Washington (11-3) for third. Colorado has won five straight, its longest win streak within conference games since the 2003-04 team had a six-game run during Big 12 play. All five of Colorado’s losses have come to ranked teams, four against Stanford and California, ranked No. 7 or better at the time. The combined record of the three teams the Buffaloes have lost to this year is 67-10 with six of those losses coming against each other. UCLA was swept by Cal and Stanford. The Bay Area schools split their series earlier this season. ABOUT THE COUGARS: Washington State is 10-15 overall and sixth in the Pac-12 at 6-8. The Cougars have lost two of their last three since a four-game win streak earlier this month. Washington State averages 61.2 points per game on 36.4 percent shooting. The Cougars are one of the top teams in the Pac-12 in steals, ranking second at just over 10 per game. WSU allows its opponents 64.8 points per game on 38.2 percent from the field.