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Quick-Post: Domination over USC

Discussion in 'CU Buffs Newsroom' started by RSSBot, Jan 26, 2012.

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    The Buffs started fast, and never looked back. USC played as advertised, that is to say poorly, and the win was never really in doubt. Coach Boyle was even able to start emptying the bench early in the 2nd half.

    The 74-50 victory was the biggest in-conference road win for the Buffs since 1969. CU posted a +26 rebound advantage, five Buffs finished in double-figures, and traveling Buff fans even out-shouted the docile USC contingent. It was CU domination all throughout the arena.

    The performance was headlined by yet another Andre Roberson double-double. In addition, the SoCal Trio (Carlon Brown, Spencer Dinwiddie, and Askia Booker) combined for 34 points and 27 rebounds.

    First conference road win secured, it's now on to UCLA.[​IMG]
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    The Buffs started fast, and never looked back. USC played as advertised, that is to say poorly, and the win was never really in doubt. Coach Boyle was even able to start emptying the bench early in the 2nd half.

    The 74-50 victory was the biggest in-conference road win for the Buffs since 1969. CU posted a +26 rebound advantage, five Buffs finished in double-figures, and traveling Buff fans even out-shouted the docile USC contingent. It was CU domination all throughout the arena.

    The performance was headlined by yet another Andre Roberson double-double. In addition, the SoCal Trio (Carlon Brown, Spencer Dinwiddie, and Askia Booker) combined for 34 points and 27 rebounds.

    First conference road win secured, it's now on to UCLA.[​IMG]
    [​IMG]

    Originally posted by The Rumblings of a Deranged Buffalo
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