Boulder, Colo. — Andy Osborn scored 15 points, and Richard Roby added 14, helping Colorado rout independent South Dakota State, 82-49, Monday night.
Osborn was 5-for-9 on three-pointers as Colorado (13-10) won for the third time in four games. The Buffaloes' most lopsided victory of the year came two days after a 29-point loss to Kansas University.
Colorado allowed a season-low 49 points.
Steve Holdren led SDSU (7-16), a first-year Division One program, with 16 points.