The 11th-seeded Colorado Buffaloes, looking for another upset, are giving the third-seeded Baylor Bears all they can handle in their Round of 32 matchup Saturday night. After upsetting UNLV in the second round, the Buffaloes have used lockdown defense to disrupt the Bears' offense, and are trailing only 37-35.
The advantage the Bears have had over the Buffaloes has been one man: Brady Heslip. The Bears' starting shooting guard has scored 18 points, all on three-pointers, shooting 6-9 from the field. The rest of the Bears have been almost impossibly cold, shooting an abhorrent 6-26. Outside of Heslip, no one has scored more than four points and no one has made more than one shot from the field for the Bears.
Luckily for Baylor, the Buffaloes haven't been able to match Heslip's outside shooting. They're just 2-4 in three-point attempts, and their best player, Andre Roberson, is leading them with 11 points, four rebounds and three steals. The Bears, by rights, shouldn't be shooting this poorly, so the Buffaloes should probably make some halftime adjustments if they want to withstand the correction.
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