• Colorado 83, Northern Colorado 62
  • Colorado 95, Air Force 68
  • Colorado 79, No. 15 Kentucky 69
  • Colorado 76, North Dakota State 59
  • Colorado 81, St. Francis (N.Y.) 54
  • Colorado 67, SMU 50
  • No. 21 Colorado 112, SE Louisiana 54
  • No. 21 Colorado 85, Idaho State 56
  • No. 18 Colorado 74, Colorado State 56
  • No. 15 Colorado 76, Mississippi Valley 64
  • Wyoming 82, No. 15 Colorado 75
  • USC 79, No. 20 Colorado 54
  • UCLA 87, No. 20 Colorado 74
  • Colorado 65, Arizona 56
  • Arizona State 71, Colorado 52
  • No. 24 Cal 65, Colorado 53
  • No. 13 Stanford 84, Colorado 70
  • Oregon 71, Colorado 66
  • No. 11 Oregon State 81, Colorado 57
  • Colorado 54, Utah 49
  • Utah 58, Colorado 53
  • Colorado 70, Washington State 58
  • No. 10 Washington 79, Colorado 75
  • No. 8 Stanford 64, Colorado 51
  • Colorado 64, California 59
  • No. 11 Oregon State 54, Colorado 49
  • Colorado 76, Oregon 66
  • No. 11 Washington 79, Colorado 46
  • Washington State 67, Colorado 56
  • Washington State 79, Colorado 78 (Pac-12 Conference tournament in Seattle)
  • Colorado 66, UNLV 52 (NIT first round)
  • Colorado 81, South Dakota State 75 (OT) (NIT second round)
  • Thursday, March 23 -- Colorado at Iowa, 6 p.m. (NIT Sweet 16)
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