BOULDER, Colo. -- George King and Josh Fortune combined to hit 10 of Colorado's 13 3-pointers to help the Buffaloes beat Stanford 91-75 Wednesday night.
King finished with 23 points and Fortune added a season-high 21 as Colorado (16-5, 5-3 Pac-12) knocked off Stanford (11-8, 4-4) for the sixth straight time.
Josh Scott contributed 14 points and eight rebounds. The big man was a huge reason the perimeter was so wide open, with Stanford congesting the lane to limit his production. Colorado was more accurate from 3-point range (13 of 19) than from inside the line (14 of 36).
Stanford's Rosco Allen tied a career high with 25 points. He also had nine rebounds.
Three weeks ago, Colorado beat Stanford 56-55 in a contest that went down to the wire. This time, Colorado scored the first basket - a 3-pointer by Fortune - and never trailed.
But Colorado's lead, that stretched to as many as 23 points in the second half, was trimmed to 64-54 courtesy of a 13-0 run by Stanford. Scott settled down the Buffaloes with a three-point play. Four straight free throws by Dominique Collier and the team was rolling again.
Stanford sophomore forward Reid Travis sat at the end of the bench in warmups, but missed his 11th straight game because of a stress reaction in his left leg. Gone with Travis was 12.8 points a game.
Stanford usually has a balanced scoring attack with four plays averaging double digits - Rosco Allen (14.5), Marcus Allen (12.6), Dorian Pickens (11.4) and Michael Humphrey (10.7).
Besides Rosco Allen, the other three combined for 23 points.
Stanford struggled from long distance most of the night, hitting just 7 of 23 3-point attempts.