Feb. 15, 2006
Utah fell to 95-41 against Colorado State all-time and 52-16 in Salt Lake City. The Utes have lost two in a row to the Rams.
The Utes lost the season series to Colorado State for the first time since 1993-94. That year, the Rams won 71-70 on Jan. 27 in Salt Lake City and 74-69 on Feb. 3 in Fort Collins, Colo.
Utah fell to 1-2 in overtime games under Ray Giacoletti with all three of those games coming this season.
Utah allowed an opponent to shoot 50 percent from the field for the seventh time this season, falling to 1-6 in those games. It was also the ninth time the Utes allowed an opponent to shot at least 40 percent from three-point range, dropping to 2-7 in those contests.
The last time Utah lost four home games in a season was 1991-92 when it went 14-4.
Utah has outrebounded its opponent in each of the last six games. The Utes are 11-4 when they outrebound the opposition this season.
Utah has shot 70.0 percent or better from the line in each of its last six games, winning four of those.
The Utes shot 40 percent from beyond the three-point arc for the 12th time this season, going 8-4 in those games.
Sophomore guard Johnnie Bryant had his 16th double-figure scoring game of the season and his seventh in a row. Bryant also hit a career-high five three-pointers.
Junior forward Jonas Langvad had a season-high 15 points. It was his second double-figure scoring game of the season.
Freshman center Luke Nevill had his fourth double-figure scoring game this season and his third in a row.
Senior forward Bryant Markson had his 17th double-figure scoring game of the season and the fifth in a row. Markson has 43 career double-figure scoring games.