THE GAMES: The University of Colorado hosts the 27th Annual Omni Hotels Classic on Friday, Nov. 29, and Saturday, Nov. 30, at the Coors Events Center. Here is the tournament schedule: Friday, Nov. 29 Rice vs. Samford, 5 p.m. South Alabama at Colorado, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30 Consolation (Friday’s Losers), 5 p.m. Championship (Friday’s Winners), 7:30 p.m. BROADCAST: Colorado’s games will air live on KKZN AM 760. Mike Rice will handle play-by-play duties and will be joined by Carol Callan of USA Basketball with the color commentary. A free live video stream of Colorado’s games will be available through Colorado’s Pac-12.com video player. All CU women’s basketball home games that are not televised will be available through Pac-12.com at this link: http://pac-12.com/videos/university-colorado Non-televised Pac-12 road games are scheduled to be available on the opponents’ video player, free of charge. ABOUT THE JAGUARS: South Alabama, out of the Sun Belt Conference, will be looking for its first win of the season, coming to Boulder at 0-4 overall. The Jaguars are coming off a 54-51 setback at home to Houston Baptist on Nov. 25. On the offensive side the Jaguars average just under 55 points per game on 38 percent from the field and 67 percent from the free-throw line. They give up 67 points per game and allow 44 percent shooting. South Alabama has struggled holding onto the ball, averaging 23.5 turnovers per game and enters the Omni Classic with a minus-8 turnover margin. Senior guard Meghan Dunn leads South Alabama at 13.5 points and 3.0 assists per game. She has connected on 50 percent of her 3-point attempts (9-of-18) and overall shoots 43 percent from the floor. Senior forward Ronneka Robertson tops the Jaguars in rebounding at 8.3 per game while pitching in 8.8 points an outing. Sophomore guard Rachel Cumbo averages 8.5 points and 6.0 rebounds per contest. Terry Fowler is in his first season as head coach at South Alabama after seven years at North Alabama and six at Spring Hill College. He is 206-181 overall in his 14th season as a collegiate head coach.