How to Watch Washington State vs. Colorado: NCAAB Live Stream Info, TV Channel, Time, Game Odds
Colorado @ Washington State
Current records: Colorado 13-7; Washington State 11-7
What there is to know
The Washington State Cougars haven’t won a game against the Colorado Buffaloes since March 11, 2020, but will look to end the drought on Sunday. The Cougars will once again be hosts and host Colorado at the Wallis Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum, where tipping is due at 10 p.m. ET. Washington State is ready to end a three-game losing streak at home.
Washington State didn’t have too many problems with the Utah Utes at home last week as they won 71-54. Four Washington State players scored in double digits: forward Andrej Jakimovski (15), guard Tyrell Roberts (15), guard Noah Williams (10) and guard TJ Bamba (10).
Meanwhile, Colorado was close but no cigar last Thursday as they lost 60-58 to the Washington Huskies. Forward Jabari Walker (14 points) was the Buffaloes’ leading scorer.
The Cougars should have won easily, but they should have beaten the Eastern Washington Eagles easily on Nov. 27 and instead slipped with a 76-71. In other words, don’t rely on Colorado just yet.
How to watch
- When: Sunday at 10 p.m. ET
- Or: Wallis Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum — Pullman, Washington
- TV: fox sports 1
- To follow: CBS Sports app
- Ticket cost: $29.99
The Cougars are a solid 6-point favorite against the Buffaloes, according to the latest college basketball odds.
Bettors had a good idea of the line for this one, as the game opened with the Cougars as the 5.5-point favorite.
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Colorado has won 11 of its last 15 games against Washington State.
- January 06, 2022 – Colorado 83 vs. Washington State 78
- January 27, 2021 – Colorado 70 vs. Washington State 58
- January 23, 2021 – Colorado 70 vs. Washington State 59
- March 11, 2020 – Washington State 82 vs. Colorado 68
- January 23, 2020 – Colorado 78 vs. Washington State 56
- February 20, 2019 – Washington State 76 vs. Colorado 74
- January 10, 2019 – Colorado 92 vs. Washington State 60
- February 15, 2018 – Washington State 73 vs. Colorado 69
- January 18, 2018 – Colorado 82 vs. Washington State 73
- March 08, 2017 – Colorado 73 vs. Washington State 63
- February 12, 2017 – Colorado 81 vs. Washington State 49
- January 21, 2017 – Washington State 91 vs. Colorado 89
- March 09, 2016 – Colorado 80 vs. Washington State 56
- February 11, 2016 – Colorado 88 vs. Washington State 81
- January 23, 2016 – Colorado 75 vs. Washington State 70
Washington State Injury Report
- Tony Miller: game time decision (shoulder)
- Dishon Jackson: Out (undisclosed)
- Myles Rice: Out for the season (not injury related)
Colorado Injury Report
- Javon Ruffin: game time decision (knee)
- Tristan da Silva: Out (Illness)
- Quincy Allen: Out for the Season (Hip)
- Lawson Lovering: Out (undisclosed)
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