Rams on Sporting News All-MWC preseason first team

Thursday morning, Sporting News released its preseason All-Mountain West team with three Colorado State Rams being acknowledged. Wide receiver Rashard Higgins, tight end Steven Walker and defensive end Joe Kawulok were all named to the 11-person first team voted by coaches and media. Higgins led all NCAA FBS receivers in 2014 with 1,750 yards and 17 touchdowns, both CSU single-season...
Via Mile High Sports
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Three CSU Rams named to Sporting News’ preseason All-MW team

  Colorado State Football has opened eyes as of late. Their going to back-to-back bowl games the last two seasons has contributed to that recognition, as have their world-class athletes. On Thursday, three CSU players were named to The Sporting News’ preseason All Mountain West team: Rashard Higgins, Steven Walker and Joe Kawulok. Their all conference teams are made up of 11 on...
Via BSN Denver
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Jim McElwain only takes two Colorado State assistants with him to Florida

Loyalty is everything for Greg Lupfer. He left his defensive coordinator job at Cal Poly in 2012 to join Jim McElwain's new coaching staff at Colorado State.
Via The Denver Post - College Sports
3 days ago

CSU basketball releases 2015-16 MWC schedule

The Mountain West Conference has released the 2015-16 conference basketball schedule. The Colorado State Rams will open play Jan. 2, 2016 at Boise State, last year’s MWC regular season champion. The Rams finished 13-5 last year in MWC play, en route to a 27-7 overall record. The Rams were controversially left out of the NCAA Men’s Tournament, despite posting one of the top records...
Via Mile High Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Colorado State Men’s Basketball conference schedule released

  In some ways, 2015-16 will be an all-important year for Colorado State basketball. Daniel Bejarano, J.J. Avila and Stanton Kidd are gone, never to walk onto the court at Moby Arena again. Those are big shoes to fill, literally and figuratively, for Larry Eustachy and Co. Bejarano was landed by former Rams head coach Tim Miles as a transfer from Arizona but played all three of...
Via BSN Denver
9 days ago  |  Discuss

JUCO DT Aime decommits from Miami

Just nine days after pledging to Miami, JUCO defensive tackle Walvenski Aime decommited from the Hurricanes. Aime is a 6-5, 290-pound three-star defensive tackle from Fort Scott CC in Kansas who also holds offers from Cincinnati, Colorado State, Iowa State, Kansas, Kentucky and Minnesota, according to Rivals. Aime, who hails from Boca Raton, Fla., is the eighth player from the class...
Via Fox Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

JuCo cornerback Devron Davis de-commits from Colorado State

  Like a cornerback trying to reel in an interception, the Rams had Devron Davis and lost him. Of course, it was of no fault of the Rams. After news broke that Colorado State had landed the former three-star cornerback Wednesday, offers from other schools of the Power 5 conferences came in. On Sunday, Davis announced via Twitter he has de-commited from CSU: I appreciate all the...
Via BSN Denver
11 days ago  |  Discuss

CSU Basketball’s Carlton Hurst transferring to South Dakota

  Carlton Hurst, who rarely saw the court under head coach Larry Eustachy, is transferring to the University of South Dakota per the Coloradoan. Hurst, a 6’3” sophomore guard, was buried on the bench and saw a mere 9.1 minutes per game last season. While John Gillon started at the point, Daniel Bejarano was the team’s shooting guard, Hurst’s natural position. And the somewhat...
Via BSN Denver
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Bloguin Top 50: No. 50 — Colorado State

Colorado State Rams 2014 Record: 10-3 (lost bowl game) 1 Burning Question: Moving Forward or Stepping Back? Colorado State was one of the most pleasant surprises in college football last year. Not only did the Rams win 10 games for just the fourth time in school history, they also qualified for back-to-back bowl games, which they hadn’t done since Sonny Lubick guided the team...
Via The Student Section
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Bloguin Top 50: No. 50 — Colorado State

Colorado State Rams 2014 Record: 10-3 (lost bowl game) 1 Burning Question: Moving Forward or Stepping Back? Colorado State was one of the most pleasant surprises in college football last year. Not only did the Rams win 10 games for just the fourth time in school history, they also qualified for back-to-back bowl games, which they hadn’t done since Sonny Lubick guided the team...
Via Bloguin Best
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Former CSU-Pueblo player ‘WWE Tough Enough” finalist

After years of causing offenses havoc as a defensive end for Colorado State University Pueblo, recent graduate Josh Bredl will now try his luck achieving success in the squared circle. Bredl, 6’8″ and 275-pounds, was a defensive specialist. On the June 15 episode of Monday Night RAW World Wrestling Entertainment COO Paul Levesque announced that Bredl along with 39 other people...
Via Mile High Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Former CSU Rams coach Jim McElwain donates $5,000 to help ex-player

Former Colorado State football coach Jim McElwain recently donated $5,000 to the fundraising efforts of a former player.
Via The Denver Post - College Sports
15 days ago

McElwain donates $5,000 to former player in need

Jim McElwain hasn't yet coached a game at Florida, but it's safe to say he's got one huge fan already. McElwain was hired away from Colorado State after a successful three-year run in Fort Collins, and when he heard that one of his former Rams players was in need of help, he didn't hesitate to reach out. Former Colorado State defensive lineman Eli Edwards recently lost his wife...
Via Fox Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

J.J. Avila earns another pre-draft workout, this time with Utah Jazz

  J.J. Avila, it seems, has the best chance of Colorado State’s “big three” from last year to make the NBA. That is, at least, if chances are gauged on how many pre-draft workouts players receive. For Avila, the 6’7” and 250-pound, his fifth pre-draft workout is scheduled to take place today per his former CSU coach Ross Hodge on Twitter. Good luck to former @CSUMensBball...
Via BSN Denver
17 days ago  |  Discuss

CSU’s Kiah Hicks earns second All-American nod

Colorado State University senior Kiah Hicks proved why she was one of CSU’s best female athletes in the past 10 years. At the NCAA Track and Field Championships, she finished 10th place in the discus throw just two days after earning second-team All-American honors in the hammer throw. Hicks competed in the first flight of the throws, posting a toss of 176 feet, 9 inches on her...
Via Mile High Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Higgins nabs another All-American honor

The nation’s leading college receiver in 2014 is racking up All-American honors left and right, and he added another over the weekend as Sporting News named Colorado State’s Rashard Higgins to their 2015 Preseason All-Americans list as a first-team wide receiver. Another publication, another 1st-team All-America nod for #HollywoodHiggins. Check out the list from @sportingnews...
Via Mile High Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthoney Hill, Colorado State legend, has returned to CSU a third time

FORT COLLINS — A San Diego native, Anthoney Hill grew up and later coached in his hometown, one of the world's most desirable cities in which to live.
Via The Denver Post - College Sports
20 days ago

Colorado State’s Rashard Higgins will likely enter 2016 draft

One of the best wide receivers in the nation is a player who many college fans may not know by name. That player is Colorado State Rams junior wideout Rashard Higgins. Last season, Higgins was a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award and received All-American honors. However, playing in the Mountain West and with a team like the Rams that does not receive as much national attention...
Via Campus Sports Net
21 days ago  |  Discuss

QB recruit Jake Allen tweets about ‘Dream Offer’ from Florida

2017 QB recruit Jake Allen has received offers from schools including NC State, Cincinnati, Miami and Colorado State. Allen told 247 Sports he has been favoring Florida since April, but hadn’t heard anything from them from until today. Allen tweeted earlier today he acquired his “dream offer” from the Gators. Although he hasn’t announced what school he plans to attend, one...
Via Campus Sports Net
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Three Rams named to Athlon Sports Mountain West All-Conference team

  While the kickoff of the 2015 college football season is still nearly three months away, the excitement is building with preseason award lists. On Tuesday afternoon, Athlon Sports announced their All-Mountain West team, with three Colorado State Rams football players earning recognition. Wide receiver Rashard Higgins – a 2014 consensus First Team All-American – was a no-brainer...
Via BSN Denver
24 days ago  |  Discuss

CSU’s Brian Bedard named Coach of the Year

Colorado State University head coach Brian Bedard was named the United States Track & Field Cross Country Coaches Association’s (USTFCCCA) Women’s Coach of the Year in the Mountain Region. His team had an outstanding 2015 season. The team broke five school records during the outdoor season.  This included high marks for underclassmen, a good sign that this is just the beginning...
Via Mile High Sports
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Column: Colorado State should still be thankful for Jack Graham

  Colorado State sports have been superbly successful as of late, and there’s someone the entire athletics department should be thanking; Jack Graham. After two and a half “bold” years, Graham was gone in August 2014, for one reason or a multitude of them piling up so high, like a city landfill, they could be ignored no longer. But, not only did CSU athletics improve dramatically...
Via BSN Denver
26 days ago  |  Discuss

CSU nabs QB recruit out of South Carolina

Colorado State University has their first commit of the 2016 class; Collin Hill, a three-star prospect from Spartanburg, S.C., has verbally committed to play for the Rams. Hill was not highly recruited, but the quarterback had offers from Charlotte, Old Dominion, Eastern Michigan, Connecticut, Samford, Middle Tennessee State and Marshall, according to Yahoo!. Hill confirmed via his Twitter accou...
Via Mile High Sports
28 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Colorado State Get Dirty in Undie Run

Colorado State University students may be on summer break, but their 2015 Undie Run video lives on. This year the event was officially changed to...
June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Chaparral star Parsons eligible at CSU

On Monday, the NCAA granted tight end Mitch Parsons immediate eligibility to play college football with the Colorado State Rams in 2015. For Colorado State first-year coach Mike Bobo, this is big news heading into the final three months of preparation before the season kicks off on Sept. 5th. Parsons, a 6-foot-4, 245-pound tight end graduated high school from Chaparral High School...
Via Mile High Sports
June 02, 2015  |  Discuss
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