Men's Basketball

Road Trip Continues at CSU

Jan. 30, 2017

Boise State at Colorado State
Tuesday, Jan. 31 | 7 p.m. MT | Fort Collins, Colo. (Moby Arena)
Radio: Bronco Radio Network
Live Video | Live Audio |

Boise State Game Notes

THE GAME: Boise State continues a two-game road trip Tuesday, at Colorado State. The Broncos (13-7, 6-3 MW) and Rams (14-8, 6-3 MW) are tied for second place in the Mountatin West standings at the halfway point of the league schedule.

WATCH: The game will be available on ESPN3, via and the ESPN app.
Play-by-Play: Ari Wolfe
Analyst: Richie Schueler

LISTEN: Radio coverage of Tuesday's game will be broadcast on the Bronco Radio Network, with 670 AM KBOI serving as the flagship station. Bob Behler will handle play-by-play duties with Abe Jackson serving as the analyst. The pregame show will begin at 6:30 pm MT. The broadcast can also be heard live online at

ABOUT COLORADO STATE: The Rams are fresh off a comeback win at San Diego State, in which Gian Clavell and Emmanuel Omogbo combined for 61 points. CSU has won three straight games.
All-Time Series: Colorado State leads 10-8. The Broncos won the first meeting this season.

REMATCH: The last six meetings between Boise State and Colorado State have been decided by seven points or fewer. Chandler Hutchison banked in a buzzer-beating three-pointer to lift the Broncos to a 74-73 win over the Rams in the first matchup of the season, Dec. 31, in Boise. The last trip to Fort Collins, saw a Bronco buzzer beater waved off amid a clock controversy.

ROAD WINS: Boise State has won five of its last six road games, including a league-best four in conference play. It is the third straight year the Broncos have won at least four MW road games.

LONG TRIP: Boise State is playing its second game of this road trip. Following an 80-65 win at Wyoming Saturday, the Broncos stayed in Colorado. It is the first time the Broncos have played consecutive conference road games without returning home since joining the Mountain West.

DEFENDING THE LINE: Boise State entered the season with a focus on defending the three-point line and limiting opponents' looks from deep. Through the first 20 games, the Broncos have succeeded. Boise State leads the Mountain West in fewest three-pointers allowed (4.7 per game) and ranks No. 2 in three-point field goal percentage (.292). The defensive three-point percentage ranks No. 9 nationally.

DEFENDING THE LINE PART 2: Boise State has allowed the second-fewest three-pointers in the country this season. Opponents have made just 93 triples on 319 attempts (sixth fewest nationally).

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