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Justin Michael goes over each of the 2023 signees for Colorado State. He begins with the offensive players on part one and then goes over the defensive guys on part two. Justin talks about their background, what he sees on film and more! DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play BUY TICKETS HERE: https://gametime.hnyj8s.net/c/3442941/1441546/10874 Visit https://dkng.co/DNVR to sign up for DraftKings…

Colorado State picked up a verbal commitment from Jamari Person this week. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound wide receiver out of Brownsville, Tennessee posted a pair of graphics announcing his decision on Twitter Friday afternoon.  CSU’s wide receivers coach / recruiting coordinator Chad Savage also posted about Person’s commitment Thursday afternoon, though he did not mention him by name due to NCAA…

Same game, different sides. Adam Pilapil may be in his first year as Colorado State’s linebackers coach but he knows more than most what it’s like to participate in one of college football’s most special rivalries. A Wyoming linebacker from 2015-18 and a defensive quality control assistant for the Cowboys in 2019, Pilapil has a half decade’s worth of experience…

Colorado State fell 28-16 to San Jose State in a frustrating game that ultimately got away from the Rams Saturday night. CSU racked up penalties, failed to execute in the Red Zone, and at times struggled to protect the quarterback as the Spartans produced nine sacks and 14 tackles for loss on the night. We already covered all of that…...

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Boise State proved once again that they are the class of the Mountain West with a 49-10 beatdown of Colorado State on Saturday night. The Broncos moved the ball with ease against CSU and faced little resistance in what was a one-sided matchup. With freshman quarterback Taylen Green able to do whatever he wanted through the air, Boise State mounted…

Colorado State finally broke into the win column with a 17-14 upset of Nevada on Friday night. The road victory out in Reno, Nev. not only snapped a 10-game losing streak, the nation’s longest going into the matchup, but after two weeks of shade being thrown CSU’s way by Nevada head coach Ken Wilson, Jay Norvell and the Rams were…...

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A few years back while working with a start-up, one of the co-founders sent out a rambling email after a small victory, entitled, “All We Do Is Win”. His evidence was their recent victory (fourth try at it) and his partner’s cool new car. I tried to maintain a straight face while I listened to several of my co-workers laugh…

Colorado State fell to 0-3 for the first time since 2010 with a 38-7 loss at Washington State (3-0) Saturday. Dating back to last season, CSU’s losing streak of nine games is currently the longest in the country. Starting with the Rams’ first offensive series of the game, a three-and-out that ended with WAZZU linebacker Daiyon Henley sacking Clay Millen…...

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Colorado State is working through growing pains in the early stages of the Jay Norvell era. While we have seen the team’s talent pop in small spurts over the first couple of games, the Rams need to be far more consistent if they are going to have an opportunity to be competitive in 2022. Norvell addressed this on a couple…...

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Justin Michael opens the podcast by reflecting on Saturday’s poor performance as well as his postgame criticism of angry Ram fans. Justin then talks about a dominant weekend for CSU Men’s Golf and the first tournament victory of the Michael Wilson era. Finally, Justin gives updates on volleyball and soccer before setting the scene for the Washington State game with…

Coming off of a blowout loss at Michigan, expectations have not changed for Colorado State in 2022. Everything that the Rams want to accomplish this season is still on the table, including reaching the postseason for the first time since 2017. In order for the Rams to begin the road to bowl season though, and prove that this program is…...

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Justin Michael goes over what he learned from Jay Norvell on Monday, including what stands out about the Michigan Wolverines. He also plays audio from Norvell discussing CSU’s lack of success in the back half of the schedule over the last decade. Finally, Justin gives his thoughts on the Week 1 depth chart and why fans should not overreact about…

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