Stanford is in eigth place in the Pac-12 and would love to gain ground on Colorado, who sits in sixth place. The Buffaloes got past Utah 60-50 on Feb. 21 with the help of 13 points from Spencer Dinwiddie. A crucial part of the team, he leads the way with 15.3 points per game and 3 assists per game. The Cardinal were defeated by Oregon 77-66 on Feb. 23 despite 16 points and 6 rebounds from Dwight Powell. He leads the team with 15.4 points per game. From a tempo-free perspective, Stanford is strong in turnover percentage at 17.4 percent. This is good enough for second in the conference and 35th in the nation. StatSmack! Colorado is better than Stanford It's only wins and losses, but Colorado has a better overall record than Stanford this season (18-8 vs. 16-12). Colorado has a better record at home than Stanford this season (11-2 vs. 10-4). The Colorado rebounding leader (Andre Roberson, 308 rebounds) has more rebounds than the Stanford rebounding leader (Josh Huestis, 268 rebounds). The Colorado steals leader (Andre Roberson, 59 steals) has more steals than the Stanford steals leader (Chasson Randle, 34 steals). CU PlayersMinsPtsRebAstStlBlkTOA-Andre Roberson3310121212B+S. Dinwiddie321533112BJosh Scott291151111BAskia Booker331342102B-Xavier Johnson23850002CSabatino Chen24521101C-Ben Mills3120000D+Jeremy Adams8210001D+Beau Gamble3111000D+Xavier Talton7210001D+Eli Stalzer10210001D+S. Harris-Tunks8120001 STAN PlayersMinsPtsRebAstStlBlkTOB+Dwight Powell301582112BJosh Huestis3211101122BChasson Randle311433102CAaron Bright29913102CAndy Brown23631101C-John Gage13520001C-Rosco Allen13420101D+Robbie Lemons11311000D+C. Sanders11311001D+Anthony Brown20631102DGabriel Harris10211000DStefan Nastic8220001DGrant Verhoeven5110000DWade Morgan3110000 Originally posted by Fight CU Click here to view the article.