Colorado State seeking production from undersized defensive line

FORT COLLINS — Consider it a rush project. On two fronts — to stop, to produce. Last year, Colorado State surrendered 213.3 yards per game on the ground to the opposition (106th nationally) while producing 24 sacks in 13 games (1.85 per) to rank 80th. The Rams’ first line of defense in both cases is under reconstruction and not exactly stout by college football standards. So...

Colorado State settles on offensive line, but QB’s still a secret

FORT COLLINS— There was no trepidation in Mike Bobo’s answer. He was positive about the starter. Quarterback? Don’t be silly. That, to some degree, is still being tested and will remain a secret until Colorado State lines up against Colorado for the season opener Sept. 2 in Denver. Who will protect him is pretty much decided. “If we played today, that would be our five: ...

WATCH: MacIntyre impressed with Colorado State offensive line

BOULDER — On the first day of classes for the fall semester, Mike MacIntyre’s routine with his Colorado Buffaloes has already changed. Instead of afternoon position group meetings, he’ll be walking the campus to make sure his players are fulfilling their academic requirements. But before the first round of syllabi were handed out to his players, MacIntyre already set forth...
Via BSN Denver
1 day ago

Colorado State Rams keeping starting quarterback a secret

CSU Rams head coach Mike Bobo won’t name a starting Quarter Back until Sept. 2nd Head coach Mike Bobo is going to keep the Colorado State Rams starting Quarter Back a secret until the first play of the Rocky Mountain Showdown. Coach Bobo said he will probably know who the starting quarterback is after reviewing film from practices and the two scrimmages but won’t publicly announce...
Via Mountain West Connection
2 days ago

Colorado State’s offense has great day against defense

#CSURams coach Mike Bobo on today's scrimmage at Hughes — Sean Star (@seanvstar) August 20, 2016 FORT COLLINS— Last week, the defense had the upper hand. Saturday, it was time for some payback Powered by its running game and experienced offensive line, the Colorado State offense had the upper hand during a 125-play scrimmage at Hughes Stadium, the...

After three years as walk-on, Jakob Buys awarded a scholarship at Colorado State

FORT COLLINS — At Colorado State’s team meeting Monday night, defensive tackle Jakob Buys heard an announcement that surprised him — and triggered raucous cheers from his teammates. After three previous seasons in the Rams program as a walk-on after leaving Arvada’s Ralston Valley High School, Buys — a 6-foot-4, 285-pounder who will be a redshirt junior in 2016– will...

Colorado State Rams have new football uniforms

CSU get a uniform update, courtesy of Under Armour The Colorado State Rams unveiled their new uniforms to the public this morning. They were revealed to the players yesterday. As part of the contract with Under Armour, CSU is gaining custom fit uniforms. Whereas before they were just using off the rack uniforms with the CSU logo on them. There isn’t much difference from the...
Via Mountain West Connection
6 days ago

Video: Colorado State reveals new uniforms

The Colorado State Rams are looking to make a big impact in the Mountain West this year and they will certainly look good when they take the field. They revealed their new Under Armour uniforms for the 2016 season on Wednesday. These uniforms don’t feature a huge change aside from the gloves, which are pretty awesome, the ram horn logo on the shoulders. They looked pretty great...
Via Campus Sports Net
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Look: Colorado State unveils new Under Armour uniforms

On Wednesday morning, the Colorado State Rams unveiled their new Under Armour uniforms. Here’s what they look like…… You saw them unveiled this morning. Now see our brand new @UnderArmour uniforms up close — CSU Rams Football (@CSUFootball) August 17, 2016   The uniforms unveiled include green and white tops, plus green...
Via The Student Section
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Colorado State unveils new Under Armour football unfiorms

FORT COLLINS — As the Rams practiced at Hughes Stadium Wednesday morning, Colorado State released photos of the team’s new Under Armour football uniforms. The Rams can wear various combinations of green and white jerseys, and green, or gold pants. CSU and Under Armour have been partners since 2012. You saw them unveiled this morning. Now see our brand new @UnderArmour uniforms...

LOOK: Colorado State unveils new football jerseys

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit For months, Colorado State football fans have been anticipating a change in jerseys. Now, with the season a mere 15 days away — as CSU and...
Via Mile High Sports
6 days ago

Jordan Vaden’s transition to cornerback shows promise for Colorado State

FORT COLLINS— Jordon Vaden’s athleticism and potential have never been questioned within the Colorado State football program. But his performance at wide receiver left coaches and fans feeling there could be so much more. He had pushed for a move to defense to play cornerback in the past, and then it happened in the spring. “I mean, he’d been talking about it for a while...
Via The Denver Post
7 days ago

Joe Parker should be commended for stepping up CSU’s scheduling

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit Colorado State to the Big 12? Fans would take their CSU Rams moving up and into any Power 5 conference, bringing the ability to compete for...
Via Mile High Sports
7 days ago

Vandy, Colorado State arrange 4-game series to start in 2020

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Vanderbilt and Colorado State have scheduled a four-game series beginning in 2020 that includes two home matchups for each team spread out over six years. The agreement was announced Thursday. Vanderbilt and Colorado State have never faced each other. This series will begin when Vanderbilt hosts Colorado State on Sept. 26, 2020. The two teams will meet again...
Via Associated Press
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Colorado State and Vanderbilt announce four-game series

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit (You can also read this article at Colorado State and Southeastern Conference member Vanderbilt jointly announced today a four...
Via Mile High Sports
12 days ago

Colorado State coach Mike Bobo unhappy with Rams first full day of pads

Well, that didn’t go as planned. Monday represented the first day in full pads for Colorado State, a chance to really play football. From head coach Mike Bobo’s demeanor after the session, his team missed the boat. As he met with the media for less than 3 minutes, he was quick to the point about his displeasure. The more he talked about it, the more animated he became — never...
Via The Denver Post
15 days ago

CSU president Tony Frank ‘optimistic’ about school’s Big 12 chances

It’s been well-documented over the last few weeks that the Big 12 is looking to (finally) add two to four schools to their conference. The main schools we seem to see mentioned as candidates to join the conference are BYU, Houston, Cincinnati, Memphis, UCF, and UConn. We don’t hear all that much about the Colorado State Rams, and it makes me cry inside as CSU is my alma mater...
Via The Comeback
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Colorado State DB Justin Sweet arrested for DUI

Earlier this week, Colorado State defensive back Justin Sweet was arrested on drunk driving charges in Fort Collins. According to reports, Sweet was charged with driving under the influence/driving while ability impaired by drugs or alcohol and driving a vehicle with a blood-alcohol level of .08 or more. Sweet was a projected starter at strong safety for the Rams entering this season...
Via Campus Sports Net
June 16, 2016  |  Discuss

WR Deionte Gaines not returning to Colorado State, will transfer

In less than surprising news, Colorado State Rams wide receiver Deionte Gaines officially announced he will be transferring from the program. The news comes after Rams head coach Mike Bobo confirmed during spring that Gaines was not currently a member of the team. Gaines took to social media to announce his decision, though he did not indicate any potential landing spots. “I...
Via Campus Sports Net
May 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Oklahoma, Syracuse, Texas A&M Named Finalists For Colorado State Basketball Transfer John Gillon

John Gillion, a 13.2 points per game scorer for Colorado State, has elected to play his final college basketball season elsewhere, and he has narrowed his search down to three schools, all of whom made serious noise last season. Two—Oklahoma and Syracuse—made the Final Four, while the third, Texas A&M, won 28 games and reached the Sweet 16 after winning the SEC regular season...
Via College Spun
April 28, 2016  |  Discuss

An early exit does not define the CSU Rams women’s basketball team

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit The Colorado State women’s basketball team had their March Madness come to as sudden and disappointing end on Saturday as the Lady Rams lost...
Via Mile High Sports
March 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Historic Colorado State women’s basketball season comes to an end

After one of the most exciting seasons in Colorado State women’s basketball history, the No. 11 seed Rams lost 48-45 to the No. 6 seed University of South Florida in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Women’s Tournament, officially ending the historic run. CSU had two chances within the last 10 seconds to come [...]
Via BSN Denver
March 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Colorado State is the perfect “Cinderella Team”

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit The Colorado State Rams returned from Las Vegas with a Mountain West Conference Championship trophy in hand, but that’s only the beginning...
Via Mile High Sports
March 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Rams decline postseason invitations: 2015-16 season comes to an end

  The Colorado State Rams men’s basketball season has officially come to an end, after declining invitations to participate in the College Basketball Invitational and Vegas 16 postseason tournaments, the school announced Monday morning. Update, 3:40 p.m. MT: The Vegas 16 Tournament ended up being the “Vegas 8” as only eight teams agreed to take part in [...]
Via BSN Denver
March 14, 2016  |  Discuss

No. 22 Colorado State women advance, 60-42 over New Mexico

LAS VEGAS (AP) Elin Gustavsson scored 18 points on Wednesday night and No. 22 Colorado State beat fifth-seeded New Mexico 60-42 in the Mountain West Conference tournament semifinals. Keyora Wharry added 15 points and Jamie Patrick scored 12 as the top-seeded Rams (30-1) won their 27th straight. Colorado State took control with a 12-0 run in the second quarter and pulled away...
Via Associated Press
March 10, 2016  |  Discuss

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