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Bracketology: CU remains No. 5 seed (both ESPN and CBS) … *Video – Tad Boyle post-practice talk with media* … Evan Battey on Arizona game: “I let me team down and let myself down” … Poll Tracker – Who voted for CU in the poll … 2019-20 Buffs have already tied a school record for weeks in AP poll …

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CU finishes non-conference play with an 11-2 record … Impressive wins over Arizona State (in China) and over No. 13 Dayton (on a buzzer-beater by D’Shawn Schwartz) are off-set by losses on the road to No. 2 Kansas and at home to Northern Iowa … Buffs spend a total of five weeks in the Associated Press poll …

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Buffs just miss being ranked in the preseason national polls for the first time in 50 years, coming in at No. 27 … In running the preseason record to 6-0 in November, though, the Buffs ride a tournament win in Las Vegas into a three-week run to end the month, entering December as the No. 21 team in the nation …

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After a tough January and a strong February, the Buffs put together a strong run in March … CU takes down Utah and the L.A. schools to close out the regular season before making a run to the Pac-12 tournament semi-finals … Earning an NIT bid, the Buffs take down Dayton and Norfolk State at home before falling to Texas on the road in the third round … The Buffs finish with a 23-12 record, tied for the third-most wins in school history, with McKinley Wright and Tyler Bey earning first-team All-Pac-12 honors …

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Tad Boyle: “We’re not going to be able to back our way into postseason. Every game is important” … Buffs rebound from a 2-6 January with a run of five straight wins in February (a new best as a member of the Pac-12) …

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Buffs struggle in the first month of Pac-12 play, going 2-6, beating only bottom-feeders Cal and Washington State … CU opens with five of first seven Pac-12 games on the road … Namon Wright and Deleon Brown lost for the season …

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UCLA fires Steve Alford … Pac-12 caps worst December in 20 years by a major conference … Buffs waste decent non-conference start with terrible performance in Hawai’i holiday tournament …

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Buffs open non-conference play with a 4-1 November record, with wins over Drake, Omaha, Air Force and Portland, but a road loss to San Diego … Buffs picked 60th in the nation in Sports Illustrated’s national rankings … Pac-12 media pick Buffs to finish 7th …

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Buffs rally, but fall to Utah, 64-54 … Tad Boyle: “I can’t fault them for their effort and their toughness”

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Buffs suffer through 2-6 December, including losses to Colorado State and San Diego … Buffs open Pac-12 play on the road with consecutive losses to Oregon State and Oregon …

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After a frustrating February, Buffs still have plenty to play for in March … Tad Boyle: “On any given night we can beat anybody, we know that”

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The month of January was tough of the Buffs, with Colorado opening Pac-12 play with an 0-7 record, including a one-point loss to Arizona State and back-to-back overtime losses to Washington and Washington State – all on the road … The Buffs did finish the month on a high note, however, knocking off No. 10 Oregon at home, giving CU a 7-0 all-time record at home against the Ducks …

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ARCHIVED GAME OF THE WEEK
1985 CU defeats Oregon, 21-17, on fourth-and-goal sack on final play Bill McCartney: "I think that could be a turning point for our program" READ