Trying to set themselves up for prime position in the Pac-12 Conference Tournament, the Colorado Buffaloes lead 41-36 over the Oregon Ducks going into half in a crucial road game. The Buffaloes rode some red hot shooting to the narrow lead in the early going.
In the first half, Colorado shot 63 percent from the floor, one of their best shooting halves in a while. The Buffaloes were killer inside the three-point line, knocking down 13-of-16 (81 percent) two-point shots in an impressive offensive display.
The Ducks shot well, too, making 48 percent of their shots and 3-of-5 from three-point range, but they couldn't stop the Buffaloes.
Carlon Brown leads Colorado with nine points on 4-of-5 shooting so far. Austin Dufault and Andre Roberson have also added seven points apiece. Devoe Joseph leads Oregon with 11 points and three assists.