Thursday’s game between the Colorado Buffaloes and the Arizona State Sun Devils has been postponed, the university announced on Tuesday night.
Arizona State is the team that has to postpone, due to COVID-19 protocols. Both teams will look to reschedule this game at some point in the season.
The Buffs are still set to play the Arizona Wildcats on Saturday (6:00 p.m.). It will be the second matchup of the season between the teams. The ‘Cats won the last game 88-74 after a hot shooting night from James Akinjo and Jemarl Baker, the latter of whom is out for the season with a broken wrist.
For the Sun Devils, this is a continuation of a frustrating season. They were picked to finish 2nd in the Pac-12, but they have stumbled to a 6-8 record. ASU has all the talent Bobby Hurley could want, yet have not found an identity beyond isolation scoring.