Wofford vs. Colorado final score: Buffaloes use free-throw line to beat Terriers

Christian Petersen

Buffaloes get to the line over 30 times en route to their first win of the season.

The Colorado Buffaloes have started their season with a home win over the Wofford Terriers, 74-59, on Friday in Boulder.

The Buffaloes were led by freshman Josh Scott and sophomore Spencer Dinwiddie, who put up 14 and 13 points, respectively. Askia Booker also put in 13 points while Dinwiddie added five rebounds and four assists.

The Buffaloes held Wofford to just 36.1 percent shooting from the field. The Terriers were led by Karl Cochran's 22 points and five rebounds and Spencer Collins' 16 points and six rebounds in the loss. Cochran shot just 8-for-24 from the field, including 6-for-15 from the three-point line as 35 of the Terriers' 61 shot attempts were from long range.

The Buffaloes countered by getting to the free-throw line 36 times, making 28 of them. Scott went 10-of-11 from the line to lead the Buffaloes.

Colorado plays Dayton on Nov. 15 at a neutral location in their second game of the season.

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