NIT: Colorado Buffaloes vs. St. Bonaventure Bonnies – How to Watch and Follow the Gameplay

SLOW First round

WHO: Colorado Buffaloes vs. St. Bonaventure Bonnies

Or: CU Event Center – Boulder, CO

When: 9:00 p.m. (Mountain Time)

TV: ESPN2

Ready to go: ESPN app

Radio: 850 AM KOA

Saint-Bonaventure Blog: No idea

Line: Colorado -2.5

Welcome to the Ralphie Report as the Colorado Buffaloes prepare to face the St. Bonaventure Bonnies in Game 33 of the 2021-22 season. The Buffaloes pulled a rabbit out of their hat with a great comeback and overtime win over Montana State in Game 1, then took on New Mexico and Maine in Game 2 and 3. They fell to Southern Illinois in the tournament opener but bounced back with wins over Duquesne, Brown and Stanford before falling to UCLA and Tennessee. Ugly House Outweighs Eastern Washington, Milwaukee, Cal State Riverside, washington state and UW put them back on the winning track. After a tough loss in Tucson, they beat ASU in Time before falling at home to USC and UCLA. A big win over Oregon in Eugene regained the momentum before it was lost again with losses to Washington, WSU and Oregon. Win Oregon State, Utah, Oregon State (again), Stanford and Cal turned the losing streak into a winning streak. The Buffs went home and were crushed by ASU before an absolute beauty of an upset against Arizona and a big win against Utah. They passed Oregon in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament before falling to Arizona and losing the NCAA Tournament. Now they start with the Bonnies as they look to make a run in the NIT. Go buffs!

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