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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.…

Justin Michael is joined by Colorado State’s first overall 2021 commit, Luke McAllister, of Palmer Ridge High School in Monument, CO. Throughout the episode, McAllister explains why it was so important to him for Colorado to play high school football in 2020. McAllister also discusses his commitment to CSU and why he still believes in the program despite multiple negative…

Justin Michael is joined by Wyoming Cowboys beat writer, Michael Katz, of WTE News and the Wyoming Boomerang. Throughout the episode, the two discuss the pros and cons of playing football this fall and explain why the Big Ten has put everyone else in an awkward position. Finally, there is also a little bit of NBA banter at the beginning…

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 discusses the future of the Mountain West Conference and why so much uncertainty is resulting in star players looking elsewhere for football opportunities. Later in the episode, Justin reflects on the legacy of Boyd “Tiny” Grant and reminisces about the 2017 CSU-Alabama game. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — It’s open season in the Mountain West.  Since the league announced its decision to postpone all fall competition, Warren Jackson (WR), unsurprisingly, has announced he will be taking his talents to the next level this spring.  Unfortunately for the green and gold, though, No. 9 is not the only star that has likely played his final game…...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Happy trails, college football. Who knows when we’ll see you again.  With the Mountain West officially announcing the postponement of all fall sports, the 2020 college football season, along with a variety of other forms of competition are all currently in a state of limbo.  In a statement released Monday evening, the league confirmed Brett McMurphy’s…...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Many members of the Colorado State football team are publicly defending their coaches this weekend. Following reports of dangerous COVID-19 protocols and racial insensitivity/verbal abuse, seniors from the football team created a united message for the CSU Community and are sharing it with #CSUUnited. According to the message, which has already been shared by 25+ players…

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Colorado State University is making national headlines for all the wrong reasons right now. On Tuesday, the Coloradoan released a report detailing concerning accusations regarding the behavior of some of the football coaches on staff. According to Miles Blumhardt, players and members of the athletic department staff say coaches have told players not to report COVID-19…

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