Feb 26, 2012; Boulder,CO,USA; Colorado Buffaloes guard Spencer Dinwiddie (25) attempts a three point shot during the first half of the game against the California Golden Bears at the Coors Events Center. The Buffaloes defeated the Golden Bears 70-57. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE

Colorado Makes Impressive Statement With Victory Over Cal

The Colorado Buffaloes are looking better after Sunday's victory over Cal.

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Colorado Vs. Cal Score Update: Buffaloes Cruise To Impressive Win

In another game that shows just how crazy the Pac-12 has been this season, the Colorado Buffaloes executed their defensive game plan to near perfection in a comfortable 70-57 lead over Cal. This comes just three days after the Buffs were completely dominated by Stanford on their home court. With the win, Colorado moves into sole possession of third place in the Pac-12 and trails Cal by just one game for second place.

The Buffs used a balanced attack to earn the win, with three guys scoring in double-figures. Austin Dufault and and Spencer Dinwiddie both scored 15 points, while Nate Tomlinson added 11 points. Andre Roberson completely controlled the paint, scoring eight points, grabbing 15 boards and blocking three shots in the win.

The Cal backcourt kept the Golden Bears in the game, with Allen Crabbe netting a team-high 16 points. Justin Cobbs started slowly, but finished with 15 points and six assists. However, Jorge Gutierrez was held scoreless in the loss, although he made an impact on the glass with a team-high nine rebounds.

For more on the Buffaloes, visit Colorado blog Ralphie Report. Head over to SB Nation NCAA Basketball for more news and notes around the college hoops world.

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Colorado Vs. Cal Score Update: Buffs Deliver Impressive Opening Half

After a listless performance in a home loss to Stanford, the Colorado Buffaloes knew how important this game against Cal was in terms of seeding in the upcoming Pac-12 Conference Tournament. With a great crowd cheering on the Buffs on senior day, Colorado delivered an impressive opening half to take a 32-25 lead.

The Buffs used their depth to take the early lead, with eight different guys scoring in the opening half. Freshman guard Spencer Dinwiddie scored seven points and grabbed two rebounds, while Andre Roberson used his length and athleticism to score five points and pull down seven boards.

Harper Kamp and Allen Crabbe led the way for Cal in the opening half, with both scoring eight points. Crabbe showed off his impressive range from the perimeter, hitting 2/4 from behind the three-point line. However, the rest of the Golden Bears struggled, as Cal shot only 9/26 from the field as a team.

For more on the Buffaloes, visit Colorado blog Ralphie Report. Head over to SB Nation NCAA Basketball for more news and notes around the college hoops world.

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Cal Vs. Colorado: Buffaloes Look To Put Stanford Loss Behind Them

The Colorado Buffaloes host the California Golden Bears on Sunday afternoon. The Buffs are looking to rebound from a tough loss to Stanford.

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