|Colorado||S Dinwiddie 14.4||A Roberson 11.7||S Dinwiddie 2.8|
|Oregon State||R Nelson 17.0||E Moreland 10.7||J Burton 3.6|
Oregon State plays host to Colorado at Gill Coliseum on Sunday. The game gets underway at 9 p.m. EST and you can catch it on Pac-12 Network. The Beavers are 2-2 against the Buffaloes over the last four years. The last time they played they won 83-69 on Mar. 3, 2012.
Oregon State is currently in 10th place in the conference and Colorado is in sixth.
In an 82-64 dismantling of Utah on Feb. 6, Roberto Nelson put up 26 points and 5 rebounds for the Beavers. His 17 points per game is the highest mark on the team. In a 48-47 victory over Oregon on Feb. 7, Andre Roberson put up 10 points and 13 rebounds for the Buffaloes. He puts up a team-leading 11.7 rebounds per game, 2 steals per game, and 1.4 blocks per game. One category in which Colorado is especially proficient is free throw rate at 43.3 percent, ranking first in their conference (and 21st nationally).
- Oregon State players are more experienced than Colorado players (14,050 minutes played vs. 10,654 minutes played).
- The Oregon State three-point leader (Ahmad Starks, 51 three-pointers) has more three-pointers than the Colorado three-point leader (Askia Booker, 34 three-pointers).
- Joe Burton is ranked 6th in the Pac 12 in assists.
- Ahmad Starks is ranked 3rd in the Pac 12 in three-pointers.
- The Oregon State scoring leader (Roberto Nelson, 390 points) has more points than the Colorado scoring leader (Spencer Dinwiddie, 316 points).
- Oregon State waxed Colorado by 14 points the last time they played (Mar 03, 2012).
- Oregon State has an average margin of victory of 10 over Colorado in three wins since 2003.
- Roberto Nelson is ranked 5th in the Pac 12 in points and 6th in the Pac 12 in three-pointers.
- The Oregon State blocks leader (Eric Moreland, 51 blocks) has more blocks than the Colorado blocks leader (Andre Roberson, 31 blocks).