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Men's basketball: Boyle aims to capitalize on break in CU Buffs' schedule

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    By Ryan Thorburn Buffzone.com

    The 8:05 p.m. tip time on a snowy Thursday night hampered the attendance at the Coors Events Center. The loyal following of 9,823 that filed in to watch Colorado's 60-50 victory over Utah was the third smallest crowd of the season behind non-conference foe Texas Southern (8,325) and UCLA (9,696) when the Buffs and Bruins played the same day as the Broncos-Ravens AFC Divisional playoff game.

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