Jan. 25, 2013
The all-time series is now even at 5-5 with Cal having won the past five meetings in the series.
California trailed at halftime (32-24) for just the second time this season, the other being when the Bears trailed No. 4 Duke (34-20). Cal is now 1-1 in those games with Friday's come-back victory. The Bears lost the other instance at Duke, 77-63.
The Bears won their fifth game against a ranked opponent his season, a school record. Cal is 5-2 this season against ranked opponents with five of those coming in the last six games for the Bears - a brutal stretch over the course of 19 days.
California trailed by 16 points (32-16) with 4:08 remaining in the first half before outscoring the Buffs 43-24 the rest of the way.
The Bears move to 7-1 in televised games this season (Old Dominion, Utah, Colorado, Stanford, Stanford, USC, UCLA) and 5-1 on the Pac-12 Networks.
California held Colorado to zero fast break points on the day.
Eight different Bears scored in Friday night's contest with three (Brandon, Boyd, Clarendon) hitting double figures.
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