If, before the game, I would have told you the following stats, I'm pretty sure you would have all thought it was a CU win: CU +9 on the offensive glass CU +7 in turnovers, only committing 6 CU +2 in fouls despite playing basically on the road But we lost by 12. Free throws? CU was 14/22 (64%). Baylor was 16/23 (70%). We weren't good, but it wasn't much of a factor. 2pt field goals? CU was 20/50 (40%). Baylor was 16/34 (47%). On the surface it looks like a factor, but the offensive rebounding and turnover edge CU had canceled it out. By taking 16 more shots from 2pt range, the Buffs actually ended up with 8 more points here. 3pt field goals? BINGO! CU was 2/19 (10%). Baylor was 8/19 (42%). Same number of shots and Baylor goes +18 in points here. Ballgame. Individual Stat lines for the Buffs: Jam Scott: 15 pts, 11 rebs, 0 asts Mayor Dinwiddie: 10 pts, 6 rebs, 4 asts Ski Booker: 10 pts, 4 rebs, 3 asts Wes Gordon: 9 pts, 8 rebs, 1 asts X Johnson: 8 pts, 3 rebs, 0 asts (foul trouble really hurt here) Dustin Thomas: 3 pts, 3 rebs, 0 asts Jaron Hopkins: 2 pts, 1 reb, 0 asts Tre Fletcher: 2 pts, 2 rebs, 1 asts George King: 1 pts, 1 rebs, 0 asts Ben Mills: 0 pts, 1 rebs, 1 asts X Talton: 0 pts, 0 rebs, 0 asts Game MVP for CU was definitely Scott. And this was against the best frontcourt he'll face all year other than Arizona. Great debut by Wes Gordan as his battery mate on the front line, too.