Colorado Vs. Oregon Halftime Score: Buffaloes Lead Ducks, 34-33

In a remarkably different game for the one they played on Wednesday night, the Colorado Buffaloes hold a slim 34-33 lead over the Oregon Ducks in the final game of the 2012 Pac-12 Tournament's quarterfinals. This seesaw, high-scoring first half outdid the Buffaloes' first half against Utah on Wednesday, which was filled with a lack of offensive touch.

No single Buffaloes player has dominated the scoring this game. Andre Roberson leads the way with eight points and four rebounds, but the team also has Austin Dufault's seven points and Carlon Brown's five. The team, though, could stand to reach the free throw line more than it did in the first half, which was a grand total of one.

Tony Woods and Garrett Sim lead the Ducks with eight points each while three others have five each. Devoe Joseph had four rebounds, four assists and two steals, but only two points.

For more on the Buffaloes, visit Colorado blog Ralphie Report. Ducks news and analysis is available at Addicted To Quack. Head over to SB Nation NCAA Basketball for more news and notes around the college hoops world.

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