Tucson, AZ (SportsNetwork.com) - The 10th-ranked Arizona Wildcats begin a brief two-game homestand on Thursday, as they welcome the Colorado Buffaloes to the McKale Center for a Pac-12 matchup. Sean Millers Wildcats opened the season with 12 straight wins, but have since split their last four games. The team closed out non-conference play with a loss to UNLV (71-67), but then began Pac-12 play with back-to-back wins over Arizona State (73-49) and Oregon (80-62), before faltering last weekend at Oregon State (58-56). Tad Boyles Buffaloes are three games over .500 on the season at 9-6 and are also sporting a 2-1 mark in conference play. Colorado will be playing against its second straight Top-25 foe after getting routed by Utah last week on the road, 74-49. This marks the 23rd all-time meeting between these two teams, with the series all knotted up at 11-11. However, Arizona has won four straight matchups with Colorado, including a three-game sweep a year ago. It wasnt a very encouraging outing against Utah last time out for Colorado, as the Buffaloes shot just .395 from the floor in the game and turned the ball over a whopping 18 times, resulting in 28 points for the Utes. Askia Booker and Jaron Hopkins led the way offensively for the Buffaloes in defeat, posting 12 points apiece. The Buffaloes dont usually put up gaudy offensive numbers, but they have been much more efficient this season overall, coming into this bout shooting a solid .451 from the floor. CU does hold a +4.7 rebounding margin, but has struggled with taking care of the basketball, averaging 13.3 turnovers per game a sporting a -2.0 turnover margin as a result. Offensively, the Buffs employ a three-pronged attack, starting with Bookers 15.5 ppg. Josh Scott is the top playmaker in the frontcourt for Colorado, as the 6-10 junior is shooting .539 from the floor, while averaging 13.8 points and a team-best 7.2 rebounds per game. 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