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Topic - Josh Scott
Unselfish offense, tenacious defense.
Seattle Seahawks All-Pro cornerback and former Stanford standout Richard Sherman gave the Cardinal a pep talk about "seizing the moment" before facing Colorado on Wednesday night.
Getting to this point hasn't been easy for the Colorado Buffalos, who have become quite adept at overcoming adversity. Playing the last-place team in the Pac-12 Conference a couple of times has really helped pad their record.
Xavier Talton first hit the shots that laid the groundwork for Colorado's comeback. Then, he put Colorado over the top.
Southern Cal missed a slew of shots in the early going and No. 21 Colorado never gave the Trojans a chance to recover.
Colorado had a rough time in its first game without star guard Spencer Dinwiddie.
While many of his UCLA teammates struggled with their shooting touch, Norman Powell had little problem getting his shots to fall.
Washington coach Lorenzo Romar has seen this before from C.J. Wilcox. One 3-pointer starts to drop, then another and suddenly Wilcox is hitting everything.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Washington State showed at least it can score.
Xavier Johnson led Colorado with 21 points and Josh Scott added 15 with 11 rebounds.
"We've got to be optimists here, at least we won," Scott said. "Even on a bad night, we won."