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2017 NFL Draft Profile: Colorado State OG Fred Zerblis

The Rams Guard looks to take his beard and his game to the Pro Level Positional Ranking: 46 out of 58 Overall Ranking: 756 Height/Weight: 6’2”/302 lbs Overview: Fred Zerblis was being recruited to Alabama out of Grayson, Georgia. He followed Jim McElwain to the Colorado State Rams were he became a consistent force on a very good offensive line. Has a mean streak to him. Uses...
Via Mountain West Connection
26 days ago

Eustachy adds shot blocker to roster in Alonzo Tyson

Colorado State men’s basketball announced Monday the signing of forward Alonzo Tyson to a National Letter of Intent. The 6-foot-9 forward from Fayetteville, N.C. spent his first two collegiate seasons at Cape Fear Community College. Tyson, who has two seasons of eligibility remaining, will be able to suit up for the Rams in the 2017-18 campaign. Last season, Tyson started in 25...
Via BSN Denver
28 days ago

Alonzo Tyson to join CSU men’s basketball with immediate eligibility

Read this story at CSURams.com Colorado State men’s basketball has signed forward Alonzo Tyson (Fayetteville, N.C./Trinity Christian (Cape Fear CC)) to a National Letter of Intent, head coach Larry Eustachy announced today. Tyson will be eligible to play immediately and will have two seasons of eligibility for the Rams. The 6-foot-9 forward has spent the last two years at Cape...
Via Mile High Sports
29 days ago

CSU president Tony Frank’s report to board of governors about new stadium will be optimistic

FORT COLLINS — On May 2, Colorado State University chancellor and president Tony Frank’s report to the CSU System’s board of governors on the new on-campus stadium will include documentation that the nearly completed $220.1 million project remains on time and on budget. The draft of the report Frank confirmed he will present in Fort Collins to the board — which last met in...
Via The Denver Post
29 days ago

CSU president Tony Frank’s report to board of governors about new stadium will be optimistic

FORT COLLINS — On May 2, Colorado State University chancellor and president Tony Frank’s report to the CSU System’s board of governors on the new on-campus stadium will include documentation that the nearly completed $220.1 million project remains on time and on budget. The draft of the report Frank confirmed he will present in Fort Collins to the board — which last met in...

2017 Draft Profile: Colorado State P Hayden Hunt

A Ray Guy award finalist, Hayden Hunt has the ability to turn pro Positional Ranking: 6 out of 16 Overall Ranking: 434 Height/Weight: 6’0”/ 212 lbs Overview: An accomplished two-sport prep star at Long Beach Poly. An all-region placekicker and a four time all-conference baseball player. Hayden Hunt came to the Colorado State Rams as place kicker but was stuck behind former...
Via Mountain West Connection
29 days ago

2017 Draft Profile: Colorado State LB Kevin Davis

The heart of the Rams defense looks towards a pro career Positional Ranking: 15 out of 46 Overall Ranking: 353 Height/Weight: 6’2”/235 lbs Overview: After moving around a lot as a kid, due to his father being in the military, and playing hockey and soccer growing up, Kevin Davis settled into football at Fountain-Fort Carson where he became a Parade High School All-American and...
Via Mountain West Connection
29 days ago

Bell stolen from Colorado State University a century ago returned to campus

Almost 100 years after a bell that hung at Colorado State University’s Old Main was stolen, the nearly 500-pound piece of history is back on the Fort Collins campus, and will soon peal from a tower in the new Alumni Center. “Honestly, the story of the bell really blew our minds,”  Associated Students of Colorado State University president Daniela Pineda Soracá said in a CSU...

Bell stolen from Colorado State University a century ago returned to campus

Almost 100 years after a bell that hung at Colorado State University’s Old Main was stolen, the nearly 500-pound piece of history is back on the Fort Collins campus, and will soon peal from a tower in the new Alumni Center. “Honestly, the story of the bell really blew our minds,”  Associated Students of Colorado State University president Daniela Pineda Soracá said in a CSU...
Via The Denver Post
April 23, 2017

Colorado State’s defense shows growth in Green and Gold Spring Game

Football returned to Colorado State’s campus on Saturday, in the shadow of the stadium it will be played in when fall rolls around. After a tough outing in Colorado State’s first two scrimmages of the spring, the Rams’ defense showed up at The Lagoon field ready to play in Colorado State’s Green and Gold Spring Game with all eyes on them. In what looked like a game that the...
Via Mile High Sports
April 23, 2017

Former Bear Creek receiver Olabisi Johnson now a key player for Colorado State’s exlposive corps

FORT COLLINS — In the fall of 2012 at Bear Creek High School in Lakewood, Jake Bennett was the grumpy senior offensive lineman and leader, Olabisi Johnson the sometimes intimidated sophomore cornerback who wasn’t yet being deployed as a wide receiver. “Jake was out there yelling at us when we weren’t doing so well,” Johnson said of Bennett on Saturday. “He was two years...
Via The Denver Post
April 23, 2017

Former Bear Creek receiver Olabisi Johnson now a key player for Colorado State’s exlposive corps

FORT COLLINS — In the fall of 2012 at Bear Creek High School in Lakewood, Jake Bennett was the grumpy senior offensive lineman and leader, Olabisi Johnson the sometimes intimidated sophomore cornerback who wasn’t yet being deployed as a wide receiver. “Jake was out there yelling at us when we weren’t doing so well,” Johnson said of Bennett on Saturday. “He was two years...

Lagoon Field setting serves its purpose as Green beats Gold at CSU spring game

FORT COLLINS — The Colorado State offense never crossed the 50-yard line in the Green vs. Gold spring game Saturday. That’s because there was no 50-yard line on the intimate Lagoon Field setting, just north of the nearly completed new on-campus stadium. Midfield was the 45 because of the limited space. Yet the setting served its purpose, enabling the program to bring fans back...

Lagoon Field setting serves its purpose as Green beats Gold at CSU spring game

FORT COLLINS — The Colorado State offense never crossed the 50-yard line in the Green vs. Gold spring game Saturday. That’s because there was no 50-yard line on the intimate Lagoon Field setting, just north of the nearly completed new on-campus stadium. Midfield was the 45 because of the limited space. Yet the setting served its purpose, enabling the program to bring fans back...
Via The Denver Post
April 22, 2017

Lagoon Field setting serves its purpose as Green beats Gold at CSU spring game

FORT COLLINS — The Colorado State offense never crossed the 50-yard line in the Green vs. Gold spring game Saturday. That’s because there was no 50-yard line on the intimate Lagoon Field setting, just north of the nearly completed new on-campus stadium. Midfield was the 45 because of the limited space. Yet the setting served its purpose, enabling the program to bring fans back...

Colorado State Spring Game: Defense had a good day

The offense won the day, but the defense stepped up from the start of camp Unlike the first two scrimmages, the Colorado State Rams offense didn’t run away with this scrimmage. With a low number of bodies and players playing different positions the Rams went 1s on 1s and 2s on 2s, Offense vs Defense with a modified scoring system so the defense could score points. The defense had...
Via Mountain West Connection
April 22, 2017

Defense steps up, causes multiple turnovers in Green and Gold Game

Despite a Nick Stevens-to-Olabisi Johnson touchdown on the final play to give the offense a 43-40 victory, it was Colorado State’s defense that came to play during Saturday afternoon’s Green and Gold Spring Game at Lagoon Field. Mike Bobo raved about the play of his first-team defense in a scrimmage that used modified scoring. “I’m really proud of the No. 1 defense,” Bobo...
Via BSN Denver
April 22, 2017

Delaney Hall, a promising CU javelin thrower, wishes Colorado prep athletes could compete in the event

BOULDER — When it came time for Delaney Hall to pick a college where she could throw the javelin, the Oregon native wanted nothing to do with the national track power in her home state, even though it’s one of the most storied programs in the sport. “My family is Oregon State fans, so that was problem No. 1,” Hall said with mischievous grin. “I definitely wasn’t going...

Rams close out football spring drills with Saturday “game” on Lagoon Field

FORT COLLINS — Quiz time: The formula “(force * length) / (MI / (0.5 * height)” is used to determine what? a) The number of points the Colorado State defense will get for a three-and-out in Saturday’s spring game. Or, b) “Bending stress” in a CSU College of Engineering class. The answer, of course, is “b.” But because the Rams’ 1 p.m. spring game on the campus...

Rams close out football spring drills with Saturday “game” on Lagoon Field

FORT COLLINS — Quiz time: The formula “(force * length) / (MI / (0.5 * height)” is used to determine what? a) The number of points the Colorado State defense will get for a three-and-out in Saturday’s spring game. Or, b) “Bending stress” in a CSU College of Engineering class. The answer, of course, is “b.” But because the Rams’ 1 p.m. spring game on the campus...
Via The Denver Post
April 21, 2017

CSU Rams coach Mike Bobo talks challenges, improvement and spring game

The Colorado State football team has a lot to look forward to next season. They are opening a new stadium, they have exciting matchups against to teams like Alabama and in-state rival Colorado. Still, they cannot lose focus of the here and now. “It’s easy for me, I know it’s easy for the players, but it’s easy for a coach, it’s easy for anybody to start looking ahead, thinking...
Via Mile High Sports
April 21, 2017

CSU football player violates restraining order, arrested by campus police

Hopefully a Colorado State University football player’s recent run-ins with the law don’t overshadow the excitement around their new stadium. Redshirt freshman linebacker Hunter Donnelly was arrested Wednesday by campus police after violating a restraining order. A domestic violence enhancement was also added to the charge. He was released on a $750 surety bond and was scheduled...
Via Mile High Sports
April 21, 2017

5 things to know before attending CSU’s Green & Gold spring game

Are you ready for some football? A spring, Saturday party?! The Colorado State Rams football team kicks off their annual Green & Gold Spring Game on campus, for the first time in nearly five decades. If you’re planning on attending, this is going to be a bit different than the usual spring game at Hughes Stadium. So, here’s all the need-to-know info, stalwarts. Schedule...
Via Mile High Sports
April 21, 2017

Colorado State linebacker Hunter Donnelly arrested for violating restraining order

Colorado State Rams linebacker Hunter Donnelly was arrested Wednesday for violating a restraining order, according to booking records in Larimer County. The 19-year-old redshirt freshman from Arlington, Texas, was also held on a domestic violence enhancement in connection to the incident, record showed. Donnelly was suspended from the team “until we gather all the facts,” Rams...

Colorado State linebacker Hunter Donnelly arrested for violating restraining order

Colorado State Rams linebacker Hunter Donnelly was arrested Wednesday for violating a restraining order, according to booking records in Larimer County. The 19-year-old redshirt freshman from Arlington, Texas, was also held on a domestic violence enhancement in connection to the incident, record showed. Donnelly was suspended from the team “until we gather all the facts,” Rams...
Via The Denver Post
April 21, 2017
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