Colorado is in 9th place in the Pac 12 and will be trying to close the gap with Stanford, who is currently in 7th place. In a 58-49 triumph over Washington State on January 19th, Spencer Dinwiddie put up 16 points for the Buffaloes. He leads the team with 14.6 points per game and 2.6 assists per game. For the Cardinal, Dwight Powell finished with 17 points and 9 rebounds in the 69-59 win over California on January 19th. He leads the team with 14.9 points per game. A key area of strength for Stanford is turnover percentage at 18.4, which ranks 2nd in their conference (and 73rd nationally). StatSmack! Colorado is better than Stanford It's only wins and losses, but Colorado has a better overall record than Stanford this season (10-2 vs 9-4). Colorado has a much lower in-state cost per year according to Kiplinger than Stanford ($21,051 vs $53,000). We make our fans proud. Colorado has a better record at home than Stanford this season (6-0 vs 6-1). The Colorado rebounding leader (Andre Roberson) has more rebounds than the Stanford rebounding leader (Josh Huestis). STAN PlayersMinsPtsRebAstStlBlkTOBDwight Powell291582112BJosh Huestis32991122B-Chasson Randle291433202CAndy Brown23631101CAaron Bright27813002C-Rosco Allen13431001D+John Gage12520001D+Robbie Lemons13411000D+C. Sanders13311000D+Anthony Brown20631102DGabriel Harris11221001DStefan Nastic10320001DGrant Verhoeven7110000DWade Morgan3000000 CU PlayersMinsPtsRebAstStlBlkTOA-Andre Roberson3311122212B+Josh Scott291361011B+S. Dinwiddie321543112BAskia Booker331442102CXavier Johnson21740002CSabatino Chen24522101D+Jeremy Adams8210001D+Eli Stalzer11211001D+Xavier Talton8210001D+Ben Mills5130001D+Beau Gamble3210000D+S. Harris-Tunks8120001 Originally posted by Fight CU Click here to view the article.