• CU’s 24-point victory is their largest in a conference road game since an 80-56 win in Norman against Oklahoma on Jan. 4, 1969 in a Big 8 game.
• CU led by 29 in the second half, matching their largest lead in a conference road game in the past 66 years. The Buffs also led by 29 in a 75-47 win at Nebraska on Jan. 7, 1963. CU last led by more than 29 on the road in a conference game in a 66-30 victory over Denver on Jan. 9, 1946 in a Mountain States Conference game.
• CU’s largest conference road victories in the last 70 years:
51 (79-28) at Colorado A&M, Jan. 17, 1942 (Mountain States)
36 (66-30) at Denver, Jan. 9, 1946 (Mountain States)
28 (75-47) at Nebraska, Jan. 7, 1963 (Big 8)
27 (77-50) at Nebraska, Jan. 21, 1956 (Big 7)
24 (80-56) at Oklahoma, Jan. 4, 1969 (Big 8)
24 (74-50) at USC, Jan. 26, 2011 (Pac-12)
• CU won their first ever game at USC and brings the series to a 3-3 tie.
• Tonight’s victory gives CU their first Pac-12 road win, their third consecutive win, and their ninth win the last 11 games.
• CU had 51 rebounds tonight, their most in a conference game since also having 51 in a 66-64 victory over Texas Tech on Feb. 11, 2006.
• Three players tied for the team lead with 13 points, the first time this season three players have tied for the team lead.
• Four players with 9+ rebounds marks the first time that has happened this season.
• CU improves to 14-0 this season when outshooting their opponent.
• CU held a Pac-12 opponent under 64 points for the sixth time in league play.
• Five CU players scored in double-figures, improving the Buffs to 4-0 when this occurs.
• Two bench players (Askia Booker, Jeremy Adams) scored in double-digits, marking the first game this season multiple reserves have scored 10+. The Buffs improve to 9-0 this year when at least one bench player scored in double-figures.
• Roberson scored 13 points and had 10 rebounds, giving him his 12th double-double of the season and the 17th of his career.
• Booker scored 13 points as the Buffs improve to 8-0 this season when he goes for double-digit points.
• Booker pulled down a career-high nine rebounds.
• Adams scored a career-high 10 points, going 6-of-8 from the free throw line.