• Nov. 4 - Colorado 90, Colorado Christian 55 (exhibition)
  • Nov. 10 - Colorado 69, Samford 60
  • Nov. 12 - North Carolina 87, Colorado 80 (OT)
  • Nov. 15 - Colorado 76, Florida Atlantic 69
  • Nov. 18 - Colorado 67, Miami 61
  • Nov. 24 - Colorado 85, Mississippi Valley State 48
  • Nov. 25 - Colorado 76, George Mason 61
  • Nov. 29 - Colorado 108, North Dakota State 59
  • Dec. 6 - Colorado 70, Colorado State 67
  • Dec. 11 - Dartmouth 81, Colorado 75
  • Dec. 15 - Colorado 68, Air Force 43
  • Dec. 20 - Colorado 106, Westminster 47
  • Dec. 29 - Arizona State 72, Colorado 47
  • Dec. 31 - Colorado 79, Arizona 60
  • Jan. 5 - Washington State 89, Colorado 75
  • Jan. 7 - Colorado 66, Washington 61
  • Jan. 12 - USC 86, Colorado 51
  • Jan. 14 - No. 14 UCLA 93, Colorado 55
  • Jan. 19 - Arizona 72, Colorado 63
  • Jan. 21 - No. 22 Arizona State 73, Colorado 59
  • Jan. 26 - No. 7 Oregon 74, Colorado 55
  • Jan. 28 - No. 17 Oregon State 86, Colorado 71
  • Feb. 1 - Colorado 69, Utah 65
  • Feb. 4 - Utah 78, Colorado 74
  • Feb. 9 - California 78, Colorado 76
  • Feb. 11 - No. 17 Stanford 62, Colorado 53
  • Feb. 16 - Colorado 76, Washington 56
  • Feb. 18 - Colorado 72, Washington State 69
  • Feb. 22 - at UCLA, 9 p.m.
  • Feb. 24 - at USC, 2 p.m.
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