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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…

Justin’s first podcast on Tuesday starts with takeaways from a wild Week 0 slate, including his thoughts on Hawaii’s blowout loss, Scott Frost’s lack of game management, and underwhelming performances from Wyoming and Utah State. Justin then dives into the former CSU Football players and how the Next Level Rams fared on cut day. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher…

Colorado State held its second of three scrimmages on Wednesday and although head coach Jay Norvell could not attend due to a positive COVID-19 test, the Rams, led by offensive coordinator Matt Mumme and defensive coordinator Freddie Banks, were able to get in live reps on a gorgeous morning in Fort Collins. “You hate not having your fearless leader,” Mumme…...

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Niko Medved and his Colorado State staff are deeply rooted in the midwest. Over the years that’s served as a recruiting advantage for the Rams, as CSU has landed significant talent from Illinois, Minnesota and Nebraska, to name a few. On Monday the Rams picked up a verbal commitment from the midwest once again. Kyan Evans, a 6-foot-2, 170-pound guard…...

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Colorado State held its first scrimmage on Wednesday and according to head coach Jay Norvell, the level of execution was about what was expected for the first true live reps of fall camp. Norvell explained that practice is a much different pace and in a faster setting there tends to be more mistakes early on. That was definitely the case…...

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Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, o-ohhIf you liked it then you should have put a ring on itBeyonce A happy marriage is the union of two good forgivers.Robert Quillen Summer is wedding season, in case you didn’t know, or are not a follower of Bridal Wars, Bridezillas, Yes to the Dress, or any one of the other matrimonial shows whose…

Justin Michael goes over everything he learned from his trip out to Mountain West Media Days in Las Vegas, including how the coaches feel about the direction of the league, all of the MW transfers, & more! In the final segment Justin plays his interview with Utah State head coach Blake Anderson on the Aggies’ crazy 2021 win over the…

LAS VEGAS — College football is changing rapidly due to conference realignment. Last summer it was announced that Texas and Oklahoma would be leaving the Big-12 for the SEC in 2024. Last month USC and UCLA made an even more drastic move, opting to abandon the PAC-12 and the institutions they had been associated with for decades in favor of...

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FORT COLLINS — Drew Rodriguez announced his commitment to Colorado State on Tuesday.  The three-star athlete out of Salem, Oregon currently has offers from Montana State, Northern Colorado and Portland State, according to 24/7Sports. However, according to his Twitter feed, Rodriguez has been on campus at a variety of other schools in both the Mountain West and Pac-12.  As a…...

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DNVR Broncos Podcast

Justin Michael, Henry Chisholm and Jake Schwanitz give their initial reactions to USC and UCLA electing to leave the Pac-12 for the Big 10 in 2024. The guys discuss what this means for the future of the top leagues and the schools that may be next in line to leave. They also talk about the impact on Colorado and Colorado…

Justin Michael begins the show by giving his instant reaction to USC and UCLA bolting for Big-10 and what that might mean for CSU in the opening segment. He then plays his interview with 2023 commit Dante Scott of Bonita Vista High School (12:35). DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

FORT COLLINS — While most of Ram Nation was sleeping, Colorado State picked up its 13th verbal for the 2023 cycle, as Mason Muaau flipped his commitment from Hawaii to CSU late Wednesday night.  The 6-foot-5, 210-pound wide receiver out of St. Louis High School in Honolulu, HI., previously verbally committed to Timmy Chang and his hometown program back on June…...

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FORT COLLINS — Colorado State picked up its 12th high school commitment for the 2023 cycle on Wednesday evening. Buom Jock, a 6-foot-5, 205-pound prospect out of Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia announced his commitment via Twitter.  Jock is a multi-sport athlete, participating in basketball, football and track & field. He currently plays wide receiver and free safety on…...

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