USC Loses Fifth Straight To Colorado

It was a disappointing start to Pac-12 play for USC, which lost to Colorado, 72-62, at the Galen Center.

Evan Mobley struggled and made only 5 of 14 shots. He finished with 12 points. The Trojans trailed by as many as 15 points in the second half.

USC (5-2, 0-1) had its nine-game winning streak at the Galen Center snapped.

The Trojans have lost five straight to Colorado. Coaching matters.

7 thoughts on “USC Loses Fifth Straight To Colorado

  1. Andy Enfield is a mediocre coach. and needs to be replaced.
    He can’t beat good teams rarely. This team will not win one
    road game in the Pac-12 except maybe a WSU or Cal.

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  2. C’monnnn Andeeeee!

    You can’t beat a Colorado team at home?
    You can’t have a game plan ready for a conference opener at home?
    You can’t surprise us by having the team locked in, focused and handle buisness at home?

    Fuck!

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    1. Not quite.

      But definitely SUCC BB continues to succ, home & away, vs Pac-12 and Non-Conf. big-boy BB competition.

      Andyain’twinning does best with cupcake teams at home.

      When the Mobley’s depart, will Andyain’twinning fire their father?

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  3. Thad Boyle is an awesome coach.
    ESPN pregame gametrack had the Buffs at 67%.
    They are a good program.

    Nevertheless, gotta win at home in MBB.

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