Colorado State vs. Washington final score: Rams defeat Huskies 73-55

Ethan Miller

Greg Smith and the Colorado State Rams used a big second half to defeat the Washington Huskies.

The Colorado State Rams used a strong second half to down the Washington Huskies 73-55 and stay perfect on the young college basketball season.

The game remained tight through halftime, as the Huskies actually entered the break with a 30-28 advantage. However, the Rams opened things up in a big way in the second half, outscoring Washington 45-25.

It was a team effort on offense for the Rams, as four players scored 13 points or more. Forward Greg Smith led the way, scoring 15 points on 7-of-15 shooting from the field with six rebounds and a block. Guards Dorian Green (14) and Daniel Bejarano (13), along with center Colton Iverson (13), also finished in double-figures.

Guard C.J. Wilcox accounted for much of the Huskies’ offense, shooting 11-for-25 from the field and scoring 28 points.

Colorado State’s next game is Monday night when they host the Northern Colorado Bears. Washington hosts the Billikens of Saint Louis next Thursday, Nov. 29.

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