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CBB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 3/7/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
OREGON
 
COLORADO
+3  

-3  
+135

-155

129.5
 
53
Final
76

OREGON (23 - 6) at COLORADO (19 - 9)
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Thursday, 3/7/2013 9:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
513OREGON129129
514COLORADO-3.5-3
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
OREGON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-6+7.311-165-1072.534.745.1%37.962.929.940.6%30.9
Road Games6-4+4.54-63-671.430.842.6%39.271.734.141.6%35.6
Last 5 Games4-1+1.52-32-270.430.044.1%34.663.630.640.1%34.2
Conference Games12-4+4.55-113-868.530.543.9%35.264.931.242.7%31.1
OREGON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)72.534.726-5745.1%5-1631.3%16-2271.9%381113189154
vs opponents surrendering65.830.724-5642.3%6-1833.8%13-1869.2%34912187133
Team Stats (Road Games)71.430.825-5842.6%5-1827.7%17-2468.4%391212198153
Stats Against (All Games)62.929.922-5540.6%6-1733.0%12-1867.8%31811196163
vs opponents averaging6731.424-5543.1%6-1733.7%14-2069.1%35913176134
Stats Against (Road Games)71.734.124-5841.6%6-1834.2%17-2371.8%361014197144

COLORADO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games19-9+4.915-114-868.032.044.0%37.363.527.840.2%33.9
Home Games11-2+26-51-375.837.348.5%39.362.427.039.4%30.7
Last 5 Games3-2-0.82-30-360.827.037.9%35.459.226.842.5%32.8
Conference Games9-7+0.18-82-764.229.941.7%35.462.627.441.1%34.6
COLORADO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)68.032.024-5444.0%5-1534.2%15-2267.3%371010167133
vs opponents surrendering64.730.423-5641.5%6-1833.2%13-1869.5%34912186133
Team Stats (Home Games)75.837.326-5448.5%6-1638.0%18-2569.4%391012148144
Stats Against (All Games)63.527.823-5840.2%7-2132.5%10-1469.3%341011187134
vs opponents averaging68.832.124-5544.1%6-1834.5%14-1970.2%35913176134
Stats Against (Home Games)62.427.023-6039.4%8-2434.5%7-1167.9%31810198143
Average power rating of opponents played: OREGON 74,  COLORADO 74.6
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
OREGON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/17/2013@ USC76-74W-4L133O27-6342.9%411124-5345.3%3010
1/19/2013@ UCLA76-67W4.5W146.5U27-6045.0%401627-5846.6%3115
1/23/2013WASHINGTON ST68-61W-11L -24-5543.6%371620-5635.7%3315
1/26/2013WASHINGTON81-76W-7.5L -26-4557.8%302327-5251.9%2421
1/30/2013@ STANFORD52-76L2.5L140U18-5234.6%312027-5251.9%3516
2/2/2013@ CALIFORNIA54-58L1L139.5U20-4247.6%322221-5935.6%3114
2/7/2013COLORADO47-48L-6.5L137.5U21-5836.2%371219-5236.5%3212
2/9/2013UTAH73-64W-13.5L -21-5339.6%411724-5048.0%1913
2/13/2013@ WASHINGTON65-52W2W138.5U24-4949.0%32921-6035.0%3712
2/16/2013@ WASHINGTON ST79-77W-4L -26-5745.6%391321-5240.4%3211
2/21/2013CALIFORNIA46-48L-6L137.5U16-5827.6%391020-4940.8%3716
2/23/2013STANFORD77-66W-5W136.5O30-6248.4%351320-5337.7%3317
2/28/2013OREGON ST85-75W-10.5L142.5O28-5550.9%281025-5347.2%3218
3/7/2013@ COLORADO              
3/9/2013@ UTAH              

COLORADO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/16/2013@ WASHINGTON54-64L5L -21-5836.2%381220-5933.9%379
1/19/2013@ WASHINGTON ST58-49W3W -19-4443.2%361120-5834.5%3212
1/24/2013STANFORD75-54W-4W136.5U30-5752.6%481220-6431.2%3010
1/27/2013CALIFORNIA81-71W-6.5W135.5O28-4759.6%352030-7241.7%3010
2/2/2013@ UTAH55-58L-5L129U20-5040.0%341422-4845.8%3010
2/7/2013@ OREGON48-47W6.5W137.5U19-5236.5%321221-5836.2%3712
2/10/2013@ OREGON ST72-68W1.5W -24-5841.4%30926-5745.6%3921
2/14/2013ARIZONA71-58W1.5W -25-5050.0%311122-5242.3%3014
2/16/2013ARIZONA ST62-63L-8L132.5U20-5735.1%411523-5046.0%2611
2/21/2013UTAH60-50W-11.5L -21-4942.9%351419-4938.8%2915
2/27/2013@ STANFORD65-63W5.5W134U24-5642.9%34923-5939.0%3312
3/2/2013@ CALIFORNIA46-62L5L130U15-6523.1%36626-5646.4%4611
3/7/2013OREGON              
3/9/2013OREGON ST              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
OREGON: Two of the Ducks' three double-digit scorers and three of their top-four overall are gone, but the one returning guy is E.J. Singler (13.6 PPG, 5.6 RPG) who is ready for the spotlight. The 6-foot-6 swingman can penetrate and shoot while guarding any position from the two to the four. The key to the success of the offense though, might be point guard Johnathan Loyd who averaged 2.9 APG in just 17.3 MPG last season. He'll have help in the backcourt from freshman Dominic Artis. For depth, the Ducks will rely on Devon Branch, Waverly Austin and Coleton Baker, all junior college transfers who head coach Dana Altman hopes can contribute on a higher level.
COLORADO: Two of Colorado's four double-digit scorers are back this year and that includes Andre Roberson (11.6 PPG, 11.1 RPG), who should be in the mix of all-conference honors this season after averaging a double-double as a sophomore. He is also a menace on the defensive end with more than one block and one steal per game, while he sports a jump shot that he can hit from anywhere on the floor. Six-foot-5 sophomore guard Spencer Dinwiddie (10.0 PPG, 44% 3-pt FG) should also be prepared to take a step up with a bigger role this season. Joining those two key core players are two top recruits in 6-foot-10 state-bred center Josh Scott and 6-foot-6 swingman Xavier Johnson, who should join Roberson and Dinwiddie in creating matchup difficulties for opponents.
PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE BASKETBALL PREVIEW (OREGON-COLORADO) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Oregon-Colorado Preview* =========================

By JORDAN GARRETSON STATS Writer

Oregon (23-6) at Colorado (19-9), 9:00 p.m. EDT

To stay on track for at least a share of its first Pac-12 title in 11 years, Oregon must take care of an opponent which has proved awfully pesky to the Ducks recently.

That team is Colorado, which upset Oregon four weeks ago and has won three of four against the Ducks over the past 13 months heading into Thursday night's matchup in Boulder.

Oregon (23-6, 12-4) has won five of six since a 48-47 home loss to the Buffaloes on Feb. 7. The Ducks, who close the regular season Saturday at Utah, are seeking their first conference crown since 2002.

Better play in the first 20 minutes could go a long way in helping their cause, having trailed at halftime in three of the past six games and leading by no more than six points at the break in the other three.

Oregon was behind by seven at halftime of its most recent game despite playing at home against sub-.500 Oregon State, but went on to win 85-75 last Thursday.

"We've got to start earlier," said E.J. Singler, the team's leading scorer with 11.5 points per game. "We've got to have better starts, especially these last two games away at Colorado and Utah. It's not something we want to do, coming back all the time."

Oregon also should see freshman guard Damyean Dotson (11.0 ppg) return after he left in the first half last Thursday following a hard fall to the court. The week off between games should prove crucial for Dotson, coach Dana Altman said.

"He worked hard to try to get it loosened up, but he just couldn't move," Altman said. "We're fortunate we got a week."

Fortunately for the Ducks, Carlos Emory continued his tear, lessening the loss of Dotson. Emory scored a career-high 21 against the Beavers and is averaging 18.3 points on 54.0 percent shooting over the last four games.

Colorado (19-9, 9-7) hopes to shake off its worst loss in conference play - 62-46 at California on Saturday - to win its ninth game in 12 tries. The Buffaloes hope top scorers Spencer Dinwiddie (15.2 ppg) and Askia Booker (12.8 ppg) can bounce back from poor performances against the Bears, as the two combined to go 4 of 26 from the floor for 15 points.

Neither played well in the first meeting, combining for 16 points on 6-of-22 shooting, but Colorado pulled off its third one-point win in four meetings with Oregon since February 2012.

The difference in that game was Andre Roberson's layup with 23 seconds left. Roberson also hit the go-ahead layup with 10 seconds left in a 63-62 victory over the Ducks in last year's Pac-12 tournament quarterfinals, and the Buffaloes went on to win the title.

Roberson, the conference's top rebounder at 11.5 per game, had one of his 11 double-doubles this season in the last meeting.

Oregon, though, played that game without point guard Dominic Artis, who has since returned after missing nine games with a foot injury.

Artis, who averages 10.0 points and a team-leading 3.6 assists, had six points over 12 minutes against the Beavers, his first game since Jan. 23.

Oregon is 18-2 with Artis while averaging 76.4 points and 14.7 assists, compared to 5-4 otherwise with 63.8 points and 10.1 assists per game.

"He makes a huge difference, he gives them an extra shooter on the floor that stretches your defense," Colorado coach Tad Boyle told the team's official website. "He's a good player. You just look at their offensive numbers and their record with him and without him, it's pretty significant."


Last Updated: 10/23/2014 7:15:08 AM EST


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