Grayson shows promise in NFL debut

While most of Denver was preparing for Brock Osweiler’s debut performance as starter last week, one of Colorado’s best quarterbacks quietly made his own debut. 24-year-old Garrett Grayson left Colorado State as the school’s all-time passing yards leader. Throughout his senior year, Grayson showed his potential as an NFL quarterback and in doing so, was selected in the third round...
Via Mile High Sports
August 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Garrett Grayson wins Nye Trophy as CSU Male Athlete of the Year

  Garrett Grayson the great! Grayson’s 2014 season was so gargantuan, he’s been named the Nye Trophy winner, which is given to the Colorado State University Male Athlete of the Year. The Nye Trophy has been awarded annually since its inception in 1929, celebrating Colonel E.L. Nye and his brother Dr. William Nye who each lettered in sports while E.L. was also a professor. 2014...
Via BSN Denver
August 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Garrett Grayson named MW male athlete of the year

Former Colorado State University star quarterback Garrett Grayson has been named the 2014-15 Mountain West player of the year. Garrett joins Danielle Minch (volleyball) who won this award for the 2010-11 year, as the only CSU athletes to receive the award, which was established in 2010. Grayson had an outstanding last year as a member of the Rams football team before being selected...
Via Mile High Sports
July 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Garrett Grayson named 2014-15 MW Male Athlete of the Year

  Garrett Grayson: The top male athlete in the Mountain West for 2014-15. Grayson, the former quarterback of Colorado State Rams football, was announced as the conference’s Male Athlete of the Year on Tuesday, the same day his former teammate Rashard Higgins was named Preseason Offensive Player of the Year. The senior quarterback was responsible for pushing the Rams to one of...
Via BSN Denver
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

College Athlete of the Year

All he needed was a boot. One of the bronze variety. Entering what would become a turnaround season in 2013, many observers felt like quarterback was a position of weakness at Colorado State. The Rams were coming off a 4-8 campaign in Jim McElwain’s first year. As a sophomore, starting quarterback Garrett Grayson had suffered a broken collarbone and missed the last five weeks of...
Via Mile High Sports
January 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Colorado State’s Garrett Grayson’s Buzz Builds, Looks Like a Draftable Quarterback

There does not seem to be a ton of stars amongst the senior quarterbacks this year. It looks as if teams will have to mine the late rounds for potential finds. One of the senior quarterbacks teams will find appealing in that area is Colorado State’s Garrett Grayson. By: Matt Harmon Related: Grayson Among Senior Bowl Possible Options, Including Juniors When watching Grayson, nothing...
Via Optimum Scouting
November 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Garrett Grayson Interview | Quarterback, Colorado St.

DraftSeason: You are one of the top quarterbacks in the nation, what do you feel sets you apart from some of the other top QB’s in college football?Garrett Grayson: I think the thing that sets me apart from most is having to know protections like the back of my hand and then changing protections when I see certain blitzes or rotation of safeties. I feel like most quarterbacks...
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October 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Colorado State is just a quarterback away

Well, who could honestly say they saw that coming? Colorado State opened their 2014 football season last Friday by beating the Colorado Buffaloes 31-17. For the Rams, the biggest takeaway was the 6.7 yards per carry averaged by the team’s three running backs throughout the game, including 139 by Alabama transfer Dee Hart and another 121 by junior college transfer Treyous Jarrells...
Via Mile High Sports
September 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Watch: Colorado State runs the Statue of Liberty, beats Washington State

Down 45-30 late in the fourth quarter of the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, Colorado State scored 18 points in the final 2:52 to secure a 48-45 win over Washington State. The Rams tied the game at 45 on this Statue of Liberty play as Donnell Alexander reached the pylon for the two-point conversion. The Cougars fumbled the ensuing kickoff and Rams kicker Jared Roberts made a 41-yard...
Via Sports-Glory
December 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Rams clinch bowl bid with 58-13 rout of Air Force

Kapri Bibbs ran for three touchdowns, Garrett Grayson threw for 395 yards and three TDs and Colorado State clinched its first bowl bid in five years with a 58-13 rout of Air Force on Saturday. The Falcons were in danger of being shut out for the first time since 1992 and of their biggest margin of defeat in their history until scoring two TDs in the final five minutes. But this...
Via Associated Press
November 30, 2013  |  Discuss

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