Nov. 25, 2013
The Rams (4-2) broke an early tie with a 24-6 run ignited by two 3-pointers from Cohn as they coasted out to a 49-31 lead at the break. A Carlston Hurst dunk capped off a 7-0 surge midway through the second half that put Colorado State ahead by 30, its largest lead.
Six Rams finished in double figures as Daniel Bejarano scored 13 points and Marcus Hold and Joe Di Ciman each added 10. Cohn finished a perfect 4-for-4 from the field, hit three 3-pointers and all four of his free throw attempts.
Prairie View (1-3) was outrebounded 46-23, with Colorado State grabbing 19 offensive rebounds. John Brisco led the Panthers with 17 points and Demondre Chapman had 12.
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