In a back-and-forth second half, Denver (3-4) tied the game at 55-all on Bobbitt's jumper with 2:12 left, then both teams went cold over the next two minutes before Rosga made the winning basket. Weber State's Jeremy Senglin missed a 3-pointer at the other end with eight seconds left and Denver got the rebound to seal the win.
Weber State got 15 points from Senglin. Kyndahl Hill added 14 points and 12 rebounds.
Despite a rough night against Kansas State, Trae Young still leads the nation in scoring and draws comparisons to Steph Curry.
Trae Young turns the ball over a Big 12-record 12 times in No. 4 Oklahoma's 87-69 loss against Kansas State.
Trae Young and the Sooners are an amazing story, but Tuesday's loss showed why they are still a notch below Kansas, Texas Tech and West Virginia.