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New blog: Colorado 65, Stanford 63 (Final)

Where's the floater? Where's the jumper? Could any player catch with his back to the basket, turn, drive from the three-point line and dunk in 2.4 seconds without a defender, let alone in a late-game situation? I suspect not, which makes the decision to drive and dunk that much more frustrating. As is, Colorado hangs on for the 65-63 victory. Stanford drops to 16-13, 7-9 in Pac-12 play.

Player Observations Not to pick on the kid, who I am sure is playing his heart out, but a game after a night with five turnovers and zero assists, Josh Huestis just lost his fourth would-be rebound of this contest. Fire up that JUGS machine, as I mentioned in the first half, for hanging onto the ball has to be his No. 1 offseason developmental priority. Statistically, Dwight Powell does a great... Recommended Stories

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