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Games thread- MEN'S BBall hosts Utah (Sat., 2/24/24; 7:00 PM MT; Pac-12), Cal (Wed., 2/28, 6:00 PM; Pac-12) and Stanford (Sun., 7:00 PM; FS1)


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Over the next 2 weeks CU Men's basketball (17-9 overall, 8-7 in the Pac 12) ends the home portion of their regular season for the 2023/24 season. This week has only one game scheduled - a chance for redemption this Saturday night against their designated "rival" Utah Utes (16-10, 7-8), who eeked one out (68-73) in Salt Lake City over the Buffs earlier this month. Then, the Bay Area schools come to town for their only matchups with CU this regular season. 1st up is the Cal Bears (11-15, 7-8) next Wednesday (2/28) evening, followed up with a Sunday, March 2nd contest against the Stanford Cardinal (12-13, 7-8).

With all 3 upcoming opponents one game behind CU's 8-7 record at 7-8 in conference play (as I type this), these next 2 weeks figure to go a long way to determine seeding for the Pac 12 tourney. (After these 3 games, the regular season ends with the Buffs heading north and facing the Oregon schools.)

The Utah and Cal games are scheduled for the Pac 12 Networks, while the Stanford matchup will be shown on FS1. (Further info and links for media options available near the bottom of this post.)

Note- In the NET rankings as I type this (for games through 2/18/24), the Buffs are at #42, while Utah is #50, Cal #120 and Stanford #103.

Go Buffs!!!

(Preview(s) not available as I type this.)

Links with more more info on the upcoming opponents:

Utah :
- https://utahutes.com/sports/mens-basketball/roster
Stats - https://static.utahutes.com/custompages/stats/mbb/2023-24/teamcume.htm#TEAM.OCF
Schedule - https://utahutes.com/sports/mens-basketball/schedule
Their preview article - Not available as I type this.

Cal :
Roster - https://calbears.com/sports/mens-basketball/roster
Stats - https://calbears.com/sports/mens-basketball/stats
Schedule - https://calbears.com/sports/mens-basketball/schedule
Their preview article - Not available as I type this.

Stanford :
Roster - https://gostanford.com/sports/mens-basketball/roster
Stats - https://gostanford.com/documents/2024/2/17/Combined__31_.pdf
Schedule - https://gostanford.com/sports/mens-basketball/schedule
Their preview article - Not available as I type this.

Media links:

Live video:
Vs. Utah
- Game is scheduled to be shown on the Pac 12 National and Mountain channels. For anyone with a subscription to any service that includes access to any Pac 12 Network channel, I'm guessing the game will also be viewable on the Pac 12 App, or through a link at https://pac-12.com/mens-basketball/event/2024/02/24/utah-colorado .
Vs. Cal - Game is scheduled to be shown on the Pac 12 National, Mountain and Bay Area channels. For anyone with a subscription to any service that includes access to any Pac 12 Network channel, I'm guessing the game will also be viewable on the Pac 12 App, or through a link at https://pac-12.com/mens-basketball/event/2024/02/28/california-colorado .
Vs. Stanford - Game is scheduled to be shown on FS1. For anyone with a subscription that includes access to that channel, I assume it will also be viewable on the Fox Sports app and/ or at https://www.foxsports.com/college-b...do-buffaloes-mar-03-2024-game-boxscore-249938 . (If for any reason that link doesn't work, access to all Fox Sports streams can be found at https://www.foxsports.com/live .)

Live audio - The games will usually be available on 850 AM and 94.1 FM in the Denver/ Boulder area and maybe other stations in the Buff radio network. In addition, free audio streams for the games will be available at:
Vs. Utah (Pre-game coverage should begin at 6:30 PM MT) - https://cubuffs.com/watch/?Live=2918&type=Live
Vs. Cal (Pre-game coverage should begin at 5:30 PM MT) - https://cubuffs.com/watch/?Live=2921&type=Live
Vs. Stanford (Pre-game coverage should begin at 6:30 PM MT) -

Link to link to live stats (All games) - http://www.statbroadcast.com/events/statmonitr.php?gid=colo
For specific games (If blank, not available as I type this.):
Utah - https://stats.statbroadcast.com/broadcast/?id=498948&vislive=utah
Cal - https://stats.statbroadcast.com/broadcast/?id=483972
Stanford - https://stats.statbroadcast.com/broadcast/?id=483973

Game notes: (Note- Left empty for games that don't have any as I type this.)
Vs. Utah - https://cubuffs.com/documents/2024/2/23/CU_Game_Notes_Utah.pdf
Vs. Cal -
Vs. Stanford -
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As of today:

CU #41 NET
Utah #46
Stanford #109
Cal #117

Pac-12 Standings have CU in 5th, 1 game behind UCLA for the tournament bye and they own the tiebreaker. We're 2 back of 3rd place Oregon, which we have the tiebreaker against & a game left at their place. We're 3 back of UA and 3.5 back of WSU, so they're likely out of reach with 5 to play and no head-to-heads left.
Preview for Saturday's game - https://cubuffs.com/news/2024/2/23/mens-basketball-buffs-host-utah-saturday


Buffs Host Utah Saturday​

By: Troy Andre, Associate Director/Athletic Communications

Game 27 - Utah, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024
CU Events Center, Boulder, Colo.
7:10 p.m. MT
TV: Pac-12 Network (Ted Robinson, Sed Bonner)
Watch Online: Pac-12 Now App, Pac-12.com
Radio: KOA 850 AM & 94.1 FM (Mark Johnson, Scott Wilke)
Satellite: Sirius XM 373 & SXM App (Pac12)
Listen Online: CUBuffs.com
Live Statistics:http://statb.us/b/498948

THE BUFFALOES: Colorado is 17-9 overall and fifth place in the Pac-12 Conference at 8-7. The Buffaloes are one game out of that coveted top four position which receives a bye in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament and two out of third.

Colorado is coming off a road split in Southern California last week. The Buffaloes suffered 64-60 setback at UCLA on Feb. 15, but rebounded with a thrilling come-from-behind 92-89 double overtime win at USC on Feb. 17, snapping a two-game skid and giving CU its second true road win of the season.

The Buffaloes return home to the friendly confines for the next three contests. Colorado has been spectacular at home, winning 13 of 14 contests. The Buffaloes have averaged 85.1 points while shooting 52 percent from the field and 42 percent from 3-point range. Colorado has outscored the opposition by 16.4 points per game at the CU Events Center while enjoying a rebounding margin of plus-9.4.

ABOUT THE UTES: Utah is 16-10 overall and seventh in the Pac-12 at 7-8. The Utes gained a split in Southern California last week, falling at USC 68-64 on Feb. 15, but picking up a thrilling 70-69 victory at UCLA on Feb. 18, snapping a three-game skid. The Utes average 78.3 points while shooting 46.5 percent from the field. Utah ranks third in the Pac-12 in 3-pointers with 8.7 made per game. Defensively, Utah allows 72.8 points while opponents shoot 42.2 percent. Utah is the second-best rebounding team in the Pac-12, grabbing 39.5 per contest.

Fifth-year senior center Branden Carlson leads Utah at 16.9 points, 7.0 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game. Senior guard Gabe Madsen averages 12.8 points and leads the team with 69 3-point field goals. Senior guard Deivon Smith averages 11.6 points and 6.2 assists per game.

SERIES RECORDS: This will be the 61st meeting between Colorado and Utah with the Buffaloes holding a 33-27 series lead. Utah took a 73-68 decision in Salt Lake City on Feb. 3. Colorado has 22-7 series lead in Boulder.

Also, game notes from Buffzone / Pat Rooney -

So…no one decided to come to this game? Pretty empty 5 min before tip. SMDH.

Edit: Evidently parking is a mess. Shocker.
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Jealous of his rizz, obviously.
Peoples Choice Awards Dont GIF by NBC
Full disclosure Da Lama is happy healthy and very optimistic about tonight. That said, Cody looks like he has one foot out the door already so far. 😞
This team is incredibly physically fragile and seems to be poorly conditioned. Lots of minor ankle and knee injuries.
So, we’ve got trash Tristan tonight. Good to know early so the rest of the team can pick up the slack.