FRESNO, Calif. -- Dorian Green had 17 points as each of Colorado State's starters scored in double figures in a 74-63 victory against Fresno State on Saturday night.
Colorado State led 38-20 at halftime and held off Fresno State in the second half. The Bulldogs got back within five points twice, but the Rams answered both times.
Daniel Bejarano salted the game away with a 3-pointer to make the score 68-58 with 1:12 remaining.
Iverson damaged the rim on a first-half dunk, leaving the glass intact but delaying the game for more than 10 minutes while the rim was replaced.
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