JOE HANSLEY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Recap: Colorado State’s three return touchdowns help earn 34-31 win in Fresno

  This crazy game we love. Colorado State couldn’t get anything going on offense Saturday night in Fresno, California, but their special teams propelled them to three touchdowns and the 34-31 victory to finish off the Rams regular season with a win. At halftime, Joe Hansley had 136 return yards – including two punt return touchdowns – while the Rams offense totaled a mere 120 yards...
Via BSN Denver
November 29, 2015  |  Discuss

TD returns spark Colorado State past Fresno State 34-31

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) Joe Hansley returned two punts for touchdowns Saturday night and Colorado State went ahead for good on his 24-yard TD catch in the fourth quarter to beat Fresno State 34-31. Izzy Matthews gave the Rams (7-5, 5-3 Mountain West) the lead at 27-24 with a 39-yard run and Hansley capped the scoring with 10:03 left in the fourth. Matthews helped Colorado State run...
Via Associated Press
November 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Joe Hansley returns 2 punts for touchdowns for Rams

Colorado State was supposed to be the team with something to play for Saturday night. Luckily for the Rams, Joe Hansley was around to remind them.
Via The Denver Post - College Sports
November 29, 2015

Mike Bobo, loved by players, the right coach for Colorado State

  College football coaching sounds like fun, but it’s a ton of work. Especially when you’re a first-year head coach, like Mike Bobo of Colorado State, who’s weathered the storm and the bumpy road to begin his coaching tenure in Fort Collins. After blowing out Savannah State in Week 1, the Rams stumbled, losing two straight to Minnesota and Colorado, each in overtime. They bounced...
Via BSN Denver
October 21, 2015  |  Discuss

CSU fans, get to know “Super Joe”

  On a team full of truly talented individuals, there’s room for more than one nickname. Rashard “Hollywood” Higgins is the most notable Rams player, but let’s not forget about “Super Joe” Hansley. Hansley, a senior, has been at Colorado State since his freshman year in the fall of the 2012, playing all four years as a wide receiver with some superb success. Hansley has played in...
Via BSN Denver
October 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Stevens, Hansley help Colorado State beat Air Force 38-23

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) Nick Stevens threw three touchdown passes, including a pair to Joe Hansley, and Jasen Oden Jr. rushed for two scores as Colorado State beat Air Force 38-23 on Saturday. Hansley came up big with All-American receiver Rashard Higgins limited by a hamstring injury and an illness. Hansley caught three passes for 75 yards to help Colorado State (3-4, 1-2 Mountain...
Via Associated Press
October 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Joe Hansley: We want to start conference with a win

  Welcome to conference play, college football fans. This is the most important time of the year, especially for a team who wants to be their conference’s champion at the end of the season. Colorado State Rams football has consistently talked of preparing, playing and being champions; now’s their time to shine. Tomorrow kicks off Mountain West play for the Rams, who are fresh off...
Via BSN Denver
October 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Colorado Buffaloes, Colorado State Rams eager to meet

Joe Hansley, Colorado State's most dangerous receiver with Rashard Higgins unavailable Saturday, was predictably somber after the Rams' 23-20 overtime loss to Minnesota in Fort Collins.
Via The Denver Post - College Sports
September 14, 2015

CSU's Joe Hansley has the gift of grab too

FORT COLLINS — Colorado State will have three wide receivers on the field much of the time this season, and the best known undoubtedly will remain 2014 All-American Rashard Higgins.
Via The Denver Post - College Sports
September 03, 2015

Week 2 Preview: Colorado State vs. Tulsa

Colorado State meets old opponent It was 1998 when the Rams last played the Golden Hurricanes of Tulsa University. Both schools were members of the Western Atlantic Conference (WAC) and Colorado State won their only meeting that year 34-7. ’98 was a good year for the Rams as they went 8-4 for the season and finished third. Tulsa, however, was on the bottom of the standings and finished...
Via isportsweb.com
September 06, 2013  |  Discuss
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