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Colorado State vs. Virginia: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, odds, player props, injury report and stats

Colorado State and Virginia, two teams that each cracked the top-25 at various points of the regular season, meet in a Men's College Basketball Tournament play-in game where the winner will face No. 7 seed Texas.

This matchup pits Virginia's slow, defense-first style of play against Colorado State's team-based approach which has them fifth in the nation in assists per game.

How to watch Colorado State vs. Virginia, TV channel and streaming

Colorado State vs. Virginia can be watched on truTV and streamed on the March Madness Live app.

Colorado State vs. Virginia start time, date and venue

Colorado State vs. Virginia is scheduled to start at 9:10 PM ET/7:10 PM MT on Tuesday, March 19, with the game taking place at UD Arena in Dayton, Ohio.

Colorado State vs. Virginia odds

Colorado State

-140 ML


+120 ML


Colorado State -2.0

Total Points

O/U 120.5

Colorado State vs. Virginia player props

Player points


Points (O/U)

Reece Beekman


Isaiah Stevens


Joel Scott


Isaac McKneely


Nique Clifford


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Colorado State vs. Virginia injury report

Colorado State: No injuries to report

Virginia: No injuries to report

Colorado State vs. Virginia predicted lineups

Colorado State: Josiah Strong, Isaiah Stevens, Joel Scott, Patrick Cartier, Nique Clifford

Virginia: Jordan Minor, Reece Beekman, Jacob Groves, Isaac McKneely, Ryan Dunn

Colorado State vs. Virginia stats

  • In its last 10 games, Colorado State is 5-5 straight-up and 3-7 against the spread.
  • Virginia is 5-5 overall and 4-6 against the spread in its last 10 games.
  • The Total has gone Over in six of Virginia's last 10 games, and it has gone Under in seven of Colorado State's last 10 games.
  • Virginia plays at the slowest pace in college basketball with 61.2 possessions per game, which helps the Cavaliers allow the third-fewest points per game in Division I with 59.6 points allowed.
  • Colorado State is fifth in Division I in assists per game with 18.4, and four of the team's starters average double figures in points.
  • Virginia is one of the worst free-throw shooting teams in Division I, making 63.7 percent of their foul shots, while Colorado State makes 75.4 percent of its free throws.
  • Colorado State's Isaiah Stevens shoots 44.7 percent from three-point range on 4.1 three-point attempts per game; Virginia's Isaac McKneely and Jacob Groves shoot 44.9 percent and 46.7 percent from three on 5.5 and 3.2 attempts per game, respectively.

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