With the opportunity to sweep the Southern California schools on the road and maintain its spot at the top of the Pac-12 standings, Colorado couldn't find any rhythm on the offensive end of the court and fell 77-60 against UCLA.
Only two Buffs were able to score in double-figures, with Askia Booker leading the way with 13 points off the bench. Andre Roberson scored 12 points and pulled down a team-high 10 rebounds for the double-double. However, Carlon Brown and Austin Dufault combined to shoot just 5/15 in the loss. Colorado also struggled to get stops throughout the game, as UCLA shot 59.6% from the field as a team.
Four of the five starters scored in double-figures for the Bruins. Lazeric Jones led the way with 17 points and nine assists in an excellent performance. Tyler Lamb scored 13 points, grabbed seven boards and dished out six assists, while Jerime Andersen scored eight points and led the team with eight assists.
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