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Updated: Colorado (13-6) Faces USC (5-15)

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

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    You can bet that Galen Center will be buzzing on Thursday as USC plays host to Colorado in a Pac 12 clash of two evenly matched teams. Tip-off will be at 10:30 EST.
    Colorado is in 3rd place in the conference, USC is in 12th place. The Buffaloes check in at 13-6 overall including 5-2 in the Pac 12. Meanwhile, the Trojans have a record of 5-15 and are 0-7 in the conference. The RPI also gives the Buffaloes the advantage, ranking them at #64 and the Trojans at #182. Additionally, there is a momentum story, where Colorado is looking to capitalize on USC having lost its last eight games in a row.
    Colorado has a statistical edge over USC in two categories. The Buffaloes boast an advantage in rebounding, 37 per game to 28 per game. Colorado also leads in scoring, 69 pts/game to 54 pts/game.StatSmack! Colorado is better than USC
    • The Colorado rebounding leader (Andre Roberson) has more rebounds than the USC rebounding leader (Dewayne Dedmon).
    • Colorado is a better three-point shooting team (36.9% vs 29.0%) than USC this season.
    • Colorado players are more experienced than USC players (14,380 minutes played vs 7,015 minutes played).
    • Winning is in our blood. Colorado has a better record in close games than USC this season (5-1 vs 2-6).
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