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C.J. Onyechi is in position to have a breakout season at Colorado State. The 6-foot-0, 245-pound edge rusher impressed throughout the spring and has continued to make a strong impression in fall camp with the Rams so far. Following CSU’s spring game in April, Jay Norvell spotlighted the defensive line as one of the stronger units on the team and…...

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DENVER —  The Rams know that a 1-3 start is not good enough.  Colorado State fought valiantly against No. 5 Iowa (4-0) on Saturday and genuinely had a chance to upset the Big Ten-leading Hawkeyes. Had a couple of calls gone the other way or had the Rams been able to make a few more plays offensively, we genuinely could...

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Justin Michael and Jake Schwanitz break down Colorado State’s gritty performance at No.5 Iowa. Throughout the podcast they dive into what the Rams did well, what prevented them from ultimately winning and why it was a foundational performance the Green & Gold can build off of heading into conference play. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

DENVER — Nobody expected Colorado State to hang with No. 5 Iowa. The Rams entered Saturday’s matchup as 23.5 underdogs to the Hawkeyes. It was just a game for a paycheck, an opportunity for the athletic department to take the $1.35 million and run. After all, the team that lost to Vanderbilt couldn’t possibly beat one of the top teams...

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DENVER — Following last Saturday’s upset of Toledo, Colorado State will face No. 5 Iowa on the road in what will be the first-ever matchup between the two programs.  Currently listed as 22 point underdogs to the Big Ten-leading Hawkeyes, there isn’t a lot of confidence in the Green & Gold on a national level, which is unsurprising after Iowa’s...

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Justin Michael briefly goes over the non conference slate for Colorado State men’s basketball. In the second half of the episode he’s joined by DNVR Athlete and CSU superstar tight end Trey McBride. McBride talks about how good it felt to finally get a win under their belt, what he and the team need to do better moving forward, and so much more in his exclusive interview with the DNVR Rams Podcast. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

Justin Michael (DNVR Rams) and Ben Gerding (DNVR Buffs) go over a chaotic period of college basketball and update you on everything that happened around the holidays. Throughout the episode, the two discuss Minnesota’s hot streak, Michigan’s ascension, and the recent demise of some of the programs they were high on during the preseason. Later in the episode, Justin and Ben talk about the Big East and why it’s the most fun league in the country. Finally, they close out with some local hoops talk as CU prepares for a road trip on the West Coast, and CSU sets off to face SDSU for a pair of games on national TV. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link…

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Following a vote from the presidents and chancellors Thursday night, the Mountain West has opted to pursue a fall football season after all. Much like the Big Ten, Mid-American and Pac-12 conferences, the league originally postponed all forms of competition back in August, with the hope of being able to return to play in the spring. However, once the Big Ten and Pac-12 both decided to join the rest of the major conferences in playing football this fall, it’s clear that the MW felt pressure to try and keep pace with the rest of the country. According to Brett McMurphy, a national college football reporter for Stadium, the league will be playing an eight-game format starting…

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — The Big Ten will officially be playing football this fall. After an extremely awkward public dispute — which started when the league announced it would be postponing back in August and has continued throughout — the Big Ten said on Wednesday that the league’s presidents and chancellors unanimously voted to resume competition. Starting the weekend of Oct....

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Justin Michael goes over the most recent news in college football, and gives a few thoughts on the report that the Big Ten is considering a Thanksgiving start for the season. Later in the episode, Justin talks about how the last time the Rams beat the Buffs, he couldn’t even legally drink. Finally, Justin explains why missing out on a chance to beat a rival is a big loss for the first-year staff. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — After years of anticipation, it seems unlikely that Colorado State will get an opportunity to host the Rocky Mountain Showdown this fall. Following yesterday’s news that the Big Ten will only be playing conference games this season, Nicole Auerbach reported that the Pac 12 is expected to announce the same in coming days. Although it’s unofficial...

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