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Colorado (12-6) and Arizona (13-6) Square Off

Discussion in 'CU Buffs Newsroom' started by RSSBot, Jan 20, 2012.

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    Reputations will be at stake at Coors Events Center on Saturday as Colorado welcomes Arizona in Pac 12 action. The first whistle blows at 6:00 EST and you can catch it on FSN-AZ, FSN-RM.
    Both teams share 4th place in the Pac 12. In addition, Arizona is ranked #69 in the RPI, and Colorado needs to improve its record against RPI Top 100 teams (1-5). The Buffaloes are at 12-6 overall as well as 4-2 in the Pac 12. The Wildcats have a record of 13-6 and are also 4-2 in the conference. Colorado is 10-1 at home and Arizona is 3-4 on the road. In four seasons, Colorado has a record of 0-1 against Arizona.StatSmack! Colorado is better than Arizona
    • Andre Roberson is ranked 7th nationally in rebounds and ranked 3rd in the Pac 12 in blocks
    • The Colorado scoring leader (Carlon Brown) has more points than the Arizona scoring leader (Solomon Hill).
    • Colorado players are more experienced than Arizona players (14,180 minutes played vs 12,854 minutes played).
    • Keep filling up on cupcakes. Colorado has a stronger schedule than Arizona this season (SOS Rank: #38 vs #68).
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