WSU Washington State Cougars 60
Washington State Cougars Washington State Overall (7-8)
ATS (5-6)
O/U (9-1-1)
January 10 2019
- Pac-12 Network
COLO Colorado Buffaloes 92
Colorado Buffaloes Colorado Overall (10-5)
ATS (7-8)
O/U (4-11)
Final
Money Line Total: 154½ Spread ATS
12
649 Washington State Cougars +500 Under -110 (+11.5) -110 UNDER: 152
2535
650 Colorado Buffaloes -700 Over -110 (-11.5) -110 Cover: 20.5
4151
Final
Money Line Total: 154½ Spread ATS
649 WSU +500 Under: -110 (+11.5) -110 UNDER: 152
650 COLO -700 Over: -110 (-11.5) -110 Cover: 20.5
Line Movement
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
1/10/2019
6:51 PM
COLO
-700
WSU
+500
1/10/2019
6:39 PM
COLO
-700
WSU
+500
1/10/2019
4:45 PM
COLO
-700
WSU
+500
1/10/2019
10:27 AM
COLO
-600
WSU
+450
1/10/2019
8:48 AM
COLO
-600
WSU
+450
1/10/2019
8:18 AM
COLO
-600
WSU
+450
Spread
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Spread
1/10/2019
6:51 PM
COLO(-11.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/10/2019
6:39 PM
COLO(-12)
-110
WSU
-110
1/10/2019
4:45 PM
COLO(-11.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/10/2019
10:27 AM
COLO(-10.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/10/2019
8:48 AM
COLO(-10)
-110
WSU
-110
1/10/2019
8:18 AM
COLO(-10)
-110
WSU
-110
1/9/2019
8:24 PM
COLO(-10)
-110
WSU
-110
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
1/10/2019
6:51 PM
154½
-110
154½
-110
1/10/2019
6:39 PM
154½
-110
154½
-110
1/10/2019
4:45 PM
154½
-110
154½
-110
1/10/2019
10:27 AM
154½
-110
154½
-110
1/10/2019
8:48 AM
154½
-110
154½
-110
Recap

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Colorado put a tough road stretch in the rear-view mirror with a big win at home.

Tyler Bey scored a career-high 26 points, Shane Gatling had 17 and the Colorado Buffaloes routed short-handed Washington State 92-60 Thursday night for its first conference win of the season.

"I think that we just played for each other today, we found our groove," Bey said. "The groove that we had at the beginning of the season when we were winning games. Then we had that slump but we are working through it. On Saturday (against Washington) we are going to have an even better game. I guarantee it."

Bey added 10 rebounds for his seventh career double-double. D'Shawn Schwartz added 16 points and McKinley Wright IV had 10 for Colorado (10-5, 1-2 Pac-12), which opened conference play last week with losses at Arizona and Arizona State and finish 2-4 on a six-game road trip.

"It feels great. We definitely needed that for our confidence but we're not satisfied," Schwartz said.

It was the fifth straight loss for Washington State, which was held to a season low in points and remained winless away from home this season, dropping to 0-7. Washington State (7-8, 0-2) was without its leading scorer, Robert Franks Jr., who missed a fourth game due to a hip contusion.

Marvin Cannon had 14 points to lead the Cougars, who have yet to win in eight trips to Boulder. Jeff Pollard and Isaiah Wade added 12 points apiece.

"They ran waves and waves of athletes at us and really took control of the game again," Cougars coach Ernie Kent said. "It's a learning lesson for particularly these new guys. We are going to have to regroup out here on the road and play with a lot more toughness."

Trailing by 16 at the half, the Cougars put together a 7-0 burst, including a 3-pointer by Ahmed Ali to narrow the deficit to 43-34. But the Buffaloes regrouped after a timeout, scoring nine of the next 11 points, with Schwartz chipping in a couple of baskets as Colorado rebuilt its lead to 14 points.

By the time Bey converted a 3-point play with 7:16 left, the Buffaloes were in front by 26 points and Washington State was without Wade and CJ Elleby after they fouled out within a minute of each other.

Washington State scored the first five points before the Buffaloes responded with a 16-0 run capped by Wright' fast-break layup off a steal. By halftime, the Buffaloes had stretched their lead to 41-25, helped by the hot-shooting Bey, who scored 15 before the break.

TAKING HIS SHOTS

Gatling also scored a career-best, a product in part, he said, of a film review with coaches in which he realized he had passed up on some open looks. "I am definitely feeling more confident now, especially after watching film with my coaches," he said. "They kept telling me to stop passing up on shots, and when I have a little bit of space to shoot it. I have been putting in extra hours in the gym. My teammates keep trusting me, and whenever I am open, I shoot it."

BIG PICTURE

Washington State: The Cougars came in as the highest scoring team in the Pac-12 but were overcome by their struggles on the road and continued to miss their top scorer, Robert Franks, who remains sidelined by injury.

Colorado: The Buffaloes returned from a six-game road swing — their longest in the regular season since 1986 — with a big effort at home to regain their footing. Their defense figured prominently in the win, limiting the Cougars to 2-of-18 shooting from 3-point range. Washington State came in averaging 9.9 made 3s per game.

UP NEXT

Washington State: Wraps up a road swing at Utah on Saturday night.

Colorado: Hosts Washington on Saturday night.

Matchup
Cougars Overall
W/L 7-8
ATS 5-6
Pts For 79.7
Pts Against 77.7
Total 9-1-1
Cougars Away
W/L 0-4
ATS 0-2
Pts For 64.8
Pts Against 81.0
Total 1-1
Last 10 Games
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
1-10
8:00 PM
at Colorado L 92-60 L (11.5) U (154.5)
1-5
9:30 PM
at Washington L 85-67 L (14) O (144)
12-29
1:00 PM
Santa Clara L 79-71 L (-8.5) O (149.5)
12-23
9:00 PM
New Mexico State L 75-72 W (7.5) T (147)
12-22
9:00 PM
San Diego L 82-75 L (6) O (151)
12-19
9:30 PM
SIU-Edwardsville W 89-73 W (-14.5) O (156)
12-17
9:00 PM
Rider W 94-80 W (-2.5) O (167.5)
12-9
6:00 PM
Montana State L 95-90 L (-11.5) O (159.5)
12-5
8:00 PM
Idaho W 90-70 W (-10.5) O (152.5)
12-1
8:00 PM
at New Mexico State L 69-63
Avg. Points For 77.1
Avg. Points Against 80.0
ATS 4-5
Over/Under 7-1-1
Buffaloes Overall
W/L 10-5
ATS 7-8
Pts For 77.7
Pts Against 68.5
Total 4-11
Buffaloes Home
W/L 7-1
ATS 5-3
Pts For 85.4
Pts Against 69.6
Total 3-5
Last 10 Games
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
1-10
8:00 PM
Washington State W 92-60 W (-11.5) U (154.5)
1-5
5:00 PM
at Arizona State L 83-61 L (7.5) U (147.5)
1-3
8:00 PM
at Arizona L 64-56 L (6.5) U (142.5)
12-25
12:00 PM
at Charlotte W 68-53 W (-14.5) U (132)
12-23
6:00 PM
at Hawaii L 70-62 L (-6) U (142)
12-22
2:00 PM
Indiana State L 72-67 L (-8) U (149.5)
12-11
8:00 PM
at New Mexico W 78-75 L (-4.5) U (165)
12-8
5:00 PM
Illinois-Chicago W 84-72 W (-11) U (160.5)
12-4
8:00 PM
South Dakota W 82-58 W (-13) U (143.5)
12-1
2:00 PM
Colorado State W 86-80 L (-14) O (157)
Avg. Points For 73.6
Avg. Points Against 68.7
ATS 4-6
Over/Under 1-9
Scoring
Washington State
NameMinFG3 PTFTOff RebRebAstStlBlkTOFouls+/-PTS
Marvin Cannon (F-G) 31:005-10 50%0-2 0%4-4 100%2512122014
Jeff Pollard (F) 29:003-4 75%0-0 0%6-6 100%1301000012
Isaiah Wade (F) 18:005-7 71.4%0-0 0%2-4 50%2611035012
Ahmed Ali (G) 23:003-9 33.3%2-6 33.3%0-0 0%120201108
CJ Elleby (F) 17:002-10 20%0-4 0%2-3 66.7%121012506
Jervae Robinson (G) 21:002-9 22.2%0-2 0%0-0 0%001000004
Carter Skaggs (G) 20:001-5 20%0-4 0%0-0 0%010002202
Aljaz Kunc (F) 17:000-0 0%0-0 0%2-2 100%021001102
Viont'e Daniels (G) 22:000-2 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%110001200
Davante Cooper (F) 2:000-1 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%010000000
Arinze Chidom (F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Robert Franks Jr. (F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
James Streeter (C) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Colorado
NameMinFG3 PTFTOff RebRebAstStlBlkTOFouls+/-PTS
Tyler Bey (G-F) 24:0010-13 76.9%1-2 50%5-6 83.3%31011110026
Shane Gatling (G) 23:005-10 50%5-10 50%2-2 100%0001011017
D'Shawn Schwartz (G-F) 31:007-12 58.3%1-5 20%1-3 33.3%3741011016
McKinley Wright IV (G) 31:005-8 62.5%0-2 0%0-0 0%0272032010
Lucas Siewert (F) 25:002-6 33.3%1-4 25%3-6 50%241002408
Daylen Kountz (G) 23:003-9 33.3%2-3 66.7%0-0 0%022102408
Eli Parquet (G) 12:001-2 50%1-1 100%0-0 0%011010003
Evan Battey (F) 24:001-3 33.3%0-0 0%0-1 0%5143012202
Alexander Strating (F) 4:001-1 100%0-0 0%0-0 0%001000202
Benan Ersek (G) 1:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
AJ Martinka (G) 1:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Aidan McQuade (G) 1:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Deleon Brown (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Jakub Dombek (F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Frank Ryder (F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Dallas Walton (F-C) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Namon Wright (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
1st Half
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
Spread
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Spread
1/10/2019
4:45 PM
COLO(-6.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/10/2019
1:21 PM
COLO(-6)
-110
WSU
-110
1/10/2019
12:45 PM
COLO(-6)
-110
WSU
-110
1/10/2019
9:27 AM
COLO(-5.5)
-110
WSU
-110
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
1/10/2019
4:45 PM
73
-110
73
-110
1/10/2019
1:21 PM
73
-110
73
-110
1/10/2019
12:45 PM
73½
-110
73½
-110
1/10/2019
9:27 AM
73½
-110
73½
-110
2nd Half
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
Spread
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Spread
1/10/2019
8:57 PM
COLO(-2.5)
-110
WSU
-110
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
1/10/2019
8:57 PM
80
-110
80
-110