FORT COLLINS-- The Boise State men's basketball team once again had trouble getting into a rhythm on the road, and fell to a hot-shooting Colorado State team, 66-55, on Tuesday. The Broncos are now 0-6 on the road.
Boise State was a man down going into the contest. Junior center Kenny Buckner did not make the trip due to an academic eligibility review that is currently taking place by the NCAA and Boise State. Buckner was the Broncos' second leading scorer.
Junior guard Westly Perryman stepped in to fill the scoring void, and came away with a career-high 16 points. But it was not enough, as the Rams scorched the Broncos with hot shooting, and finished the night making 47.6-percent of their shots.
The loss drops the Broncos to 10-7 on the season and 0-2 in Mountain West play. BSU will look to rebound on the road at TCU on Saturday.