Northern Colorado vs. Idaho State: Bears play to end 2-game losing streak

Harry How

The Northern Colorado Bears look to end their four-game road trip in winning fashion when they travel to Pocatello to take on the Idaho St. Bengals.

The Northern Colorado Bears' four-game road trip wraps up Saturday night as they travel to Pocatello, Idaho to take on the Idaho St. Bengals. The Bears have lost two straight after beginning their trip with a win over the North Dakota Fighting Sioux way back on December 21.

Despite their 3-8 record, the Bears find themselves the road favorites, as the Bengals are 1-11 on the season and winless in their first three Big Sky conference games. The Bears are looking to even up their conference record before returning home for four-straight games.

Redshirt sophomore Tevin Svihovec comes in to the game as the Bears' leading scorer at 11.1 points per game. Last season, Svihovec had one of his best games of the season against the Bengals, scoring 30 points on 11-16 shooting in the Bears' double-overtime road loss.

Tip-off for Saturday's game in Pocatello is set for 7:05 p.m. MT.

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