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FORT COLLINS — Spring is here and with it comes football.  Colorado State held its first practice session of the spring period on Tuesday morning and according to first-year Rams coach Jay Norvell, this is the best time of the year for the coaching staff.  Games are exciting for the fans and the players but March and April are where the...

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DENVER — Jay Norvell is a breath of fresh air.  In an era of college football where access has become increasingly limited and doors have been closed both to the media and the communities in which the programs reside, Colorado State announced on Wednesday that all of its 15 practices in the spring period will be completely open to the public. Not only will scribes be welcome to attend the practices and get interviews with players and coaches but CSU fans will also be able to watch the team they love as the program transitions into an exciting new age.  CSU’s first spring practice will be on Tuesday, March 22. The first session will take place from roughly 7:00-9:00 a.m. MT,…

Justin Michael is joined by DNVR’s NFL Draft expert Andre Simone. Andre talks about what he’s seen from Trey McBride through the first two practices at the Senior Bowl and why it’s such a valuable experience for the legendary Ram. He explains specifically where Trey has stood out and why he believes Trey will be a first round selection. Finally, Justin and Andre talk about some of the other Mountain West stars at the event, including Carson Strong, Romeo Doubs and Chad Muma. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

DENVER — Happy trails, Timmy Chang.  Colorado State is already in need of a new wide receivers coach. Roughly one month after coming over from the University of Nevada with Jay Norvell, Matt Mumme and the crew, Chang has now been hired as the new head coach at University of Hawai’i.  A native of Oahu, an alumnus of the school and...

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FORT COLLINS — The man tasked with helping manage the offensive side of things for Colorado State football is not your average coordinator.  Matt Mumme, CSU’s associate head coach/quarterbacks coach, was hired to be Jay Norvell’s right hand man and co-pilot in bringing Nevada’s explosive approach to Canvas Stadium.  The son of Hal Mumme, the founder of the air raid offense,...

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FORT COLLINS — It’s been about a month since Jay Norvell was named head coach of the Colorado State football team. On Thursday he met with the media to provide an update on the status of the program and officially introduce his coordinators, Matt Mumme (offense) and Freddie Banks (defense).  Prior to the coordinators fielding questions themselves, Norvell spoke with the...

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DENVER — Colorado State’s starting quarterback for all 12 games in 2021 has decided to enter the transfer portal. Todd Centeio announced his decision on Tuesday evening. https://twitter.com/toddycenteio/status/1470908866393100289 Centeio will leave CSU with a 3-10 record as a starter but respectable numbers overall. He completed 58 percent of his passes, threw for 3,167 yards, 16 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. Centeio rushed for 529 yards and a pair of touchdowns too. In a shootout loss at Hawaii, Centeio threw for 527 passing yards and five touchdowns. And despite CSU’s lack of team success in 2021, Centeio’s consistent effort and heart on the field was admirable. His ownership of mistakes and poor play was unique as well. Ram Nation should certainly wish…

DENVER — Fast, exhilarating, fun to watch and explosive. Words and phrases that were hard to come by for the Rams in 2021. With the arrival of Jay Norvell and the Air Raid in Fort Collins, that’s all going to change. It’s time to take the Colorado State offense seriously again. Throughout 2021, Rams fans suffered while watching an offense that...

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FORT COLLINS — It’s a new day for the Colorado State football program.  Surrounded by proud supporters of the Green & Gold, Jay Norvell stood at the podium in the east side of Canvas Stadium and addressed the crowd for the first time since being hired away from the University of Nevada.  “As you might expect, it’s a pleasure to be here with you here in Fort Collins, Colorado, December 7, 2021. I think that’s an important date to recognize,” Norvell said. “Today I’m honored to formally accept the position of head football coach here at Colorado State University.” A veteran of the game that’s held 10 different coaching positions over 30 years of working in the college ranks as well…

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