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Colorado Buffaloes junior guard Askia Booker ended the Kansas Jayhawks 19-game winning streak against the program with a buzzer-beating trey in a game that looked destined to go to overtime.
Freshman phenom Andrew Wiggins who finished with 22 points on 7-11 shooting, helped No.6 Kansas fight its way back to tie the game after trailing late but it wasn’t meant to be.
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Just in case you were hoping for another controversial finish in college sports, Colorado junior guard Askia Booker decided to give us all one more to debate Saturday afternoon. Booker nailed a ridiculous buzzer-beating 3-pointer to help his Buffaloes knock off No. 6 Kansas at home, sending the crowd into a frenzy and the students rushing the court in celebration. But did Booker...
Unranked Colorado stunned #6 Kansas in Boulder today with a three at the buzzer. Askia Booker took the inbound pass with 2.9 seconds on the clock and handed the Jayhawks their second loss of the young season while breaking Kansas’ 19 game win streak against Colorado. Personally speaking, I think he got an extra step there. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Colorado was nursing a lead but Kansas tied game the game with seconds left. Askia Booker tooked the out of bounds with 2.9 seconds left couple a couple of dribble a made a running three pointer to give the Buffaloes the upset win over Kansas.
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Askia Booker is a polarizing basketball player. He is Colorado's most active player offensively in terms of attempting shots, but he shoots the lowest percentage from the field among Colorado's starters. Yet he's third on the team at scoring at 11.4 points per game, and he hit a game-winning, buzzer-beating, 3-pointer to defeat #6 ranked Kansas Saturday in Boulder.
No.6 Kansas was down late in the game to Colorado. After Kansas tied the game late, Askia Booker ran down court with 2.9 seconds left. He used the EuroStep to get by the defender and hit the game winner. The arena erupted as players, fans, and students stormed the court. Booker finished with 15 points and this is also Colorado’s 9th straight win.
Here is a clip of Askia hitting...
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) Askia Booker brought Colorado fans storming onto the court by swishing a 25-footer at the buzzer Saturday to lift Colorado to a 75-72 victory over No. 6 Kansas, marking the program's first victory over the Jayhawks in 20 tries.Colorado (9-1) squandered a six-point lead with 1:44 left and Kansas tied the game with a bucket by Perry Ellis with 4 seconds left...
Askia Booker brought Colorado fans spilling onto the court by swishing a 25-footer at the buzzer Saturday to lift Colorado to a 75-72 victory over No. 6 Kansas, marking the program's first victory over the Jayhawks in its last 20 tries.
Colorado (9-1) squandered a six-point lead with 1:44 left and Kansas tied the game with a bucket by Perry Ellis with 4 seconds left. But after...
With a mere four seconds remaining and the game knotted at 72-72, Colorado’s Askia Booker drove past halfcourt and drained a one-footed, game-winning 3-pointer to lift the Buffaloes to a 75-72 upset victory over No. 7 Kansas. [Continue Reading]
College basketball starting to get in the game after our focus has been fixated on football and MLB postseason play.
After battling for 40 minutes and with a tie score with four seconds left in play on Saturday, the University of Colorado Buffaloes upset the no. 6 Kansas University Jayhawks with a buzzer beating thirty-foot shot from Askia Booker, bringing the final score to 75-72.
The Colorado Buffaloes stunned the Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday with a buzzer-beater. Asika Booker buried a three-pointer as time expired.