After a big win over Army, CU men's basketball, 5-4 on the year, will face Bucknell on the road on Saturday.
The men's basketball team used a strong start to prevail over the Black Knights 81-64.
Despite starting the game in a 15-0 hole, the Lions rallied and sent the game into overtime before ultimately falling 68-65.
Although relying on statistics exclusively has its own downsides, ignoring them leads to a worse understanding of sports.
The men's basketball team pulled away in the final minutes to beat the visiting Eagles.
The Lions finished with a .500 record in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic by splitting their final two games out west.
The Lions trailed for the final 38 minutes, dropping an only lightly contested game to the host Pilots.
Men's basketball will play two more games in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic, facing Portland and Idaho.
Men's basketball will face North Texas on Thursday, continuing its road stretch for the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic.
The men's soccer team could not build on a strong nonconference performance, tying its first two Ivy contests en route to a 1-3-3 finish in Ancient Eight play.
Dec 7, 2:09pm
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