Live Game Thread - NIT Second Round - Colorado Buffaloes Vs Cal Golden Bears

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Colorado

22-13, 8-8
NR (AP)
NR (Coaches Poll)

March 18th, 2010
7:30 pm MT
Who:
Colorado Buffaloes vs Cal Golden Bears
Where: Coors Event Center - Boulder, CO
TV: ESPNU/ESPN3
Radio: 760 AM
Line: Colorado -6

Baylor

18-14, 10-8
NR (AP)
NR (Coaches Poll)


Welcome to the Ralphie Report as the Colorado Buffaloes are set to take on the California Golden Bears in the second round of the 2011 NIT Tournament. Cal is a mid-level Pac-10 team that mostly beat up on the lower rungs of the conference but they do have big wins over UCLA, Temple, and USC. This isn't a team that the Buffs can take lightly and it should give us a sneak preview of conference play next year in the Pac-12. If CU can win this game they will take on either Kent State or Fairfield in Boulder for a chance to head to New York.

For more on tonight's game, check out the game notes at cubuffs.com.  

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