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LAS VEGAS — Colorado State received one first-place vote in the annual preseason media poll, which was released on Wednesday morning by the Mountain West Conference. The Rams were tabbed to finish fourth in the Mountain division overall, just ahead of Wyoming and right behind the reigning conference champions (Utah State). Unsurprisingly, boring, picked to finish atop the Mountain was...

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DENVER — We knew in the moment that Sunday afternoon was big for Colorado State as the Rams were able to come out on top for the fourth time in 10 days and secure an extremely important road win over one of the other top contenders in the Mountain West.  A few days later, though, the 77-74 overtime victory over Boise...

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DENVER — Like a naked Will Ferrell running triumphantly through the streets, Colorado State is now streaking against league competition.  The Rams (19-3, 9-3), led by David Roddy, took down Fresno State 65-50 at Moby Arena on Friday night. The win over Fresno State (16-8, 6-5) is the seventh in a row in the Niko Medved era but most importantly it’s...

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DENVER — Colorado State continued its dominant stretch over Fresno State with a 65-50 victory over the Bulldogs. With the home win on Friday night, CSU has now won seven straight games against Fresno State. More importantly, though, the Rams have won three consecutive league games overall and have kept pace with the other Mountain West contenders after a couple of...

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FORT COLLINS, CO. — The 2020 season was pretty much a flop for fans of the Green & Gold.  Between Warren Jackson forgoing his eligibility, a lost opportunity to host the Rocky Mountain Showdown for the first time in decades, and multiple other schedule cancellations occurring at the last minute — if it wasn’t for the Bronze Boot finally returning...

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FORT COLLINS, CO. — In a battle between a pair of up-and-coming teams in the Mountain West Conference, Colorado State 4-1, 1-0) opened up the league portion of the schedule with a 75-53 victory over Fresno State (2-1, 0-1) Monday night.  While the game was certainly sloppy — both teams really struggled with turnovers and wild passes in general — the defensive effort...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — They’re back.  Colorado State women’s basketball (3-1, 1-1) showed everyone that the Rams are once again one of the league’s most talented teams. After a couple of down seasons, head coach Ryun Williams has completely rejuvenated the roster with an influx of transfer players from around the country. And so far, it’s been so good for the...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — It’s been a strange start to the season for Colorado State women’s basketball (2-0). In addition to not having a single fan in the stands, something that’s odd in it’s own right, the Rams had to play their first two games without head coach Ryun Willams, as he was exposed to an individual that tested positive for...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Colorado State football (0-1) did not live up to expectations in their season opener against Fresno State (1-1).  Offensively CSU struggled to maintain drives and failed to move the ball through the air. Defensively things were not a whole lot better as the Rams allowed 38 points and 432 yards of offense in the loss.  While...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Steve Addazio made a bold decision in not starting Patrick O’Brien on Thursday night. Despite being a second-team preseason all-conference selection and the team’s starting quarterback for the majority of the 2019 campaign, the Rams went with Todd Centeio — a running QB that transferred over from Temple in the offseason.  Early in the contest, Centeio’s...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — After 335 days, Colorado State football finally played a team other than themselves Thursday night. Unfortunately, for the Colorado State faithful, the Rams looked like a team that had not played in roughly 11 months, as they fell to Fresno State 38-17 at Bulldog Stadium.  In the blowout loss, CSU consistently brought pressure and actually managed...

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Justin Michael discusses the quarterback situation for Colorado State football and explains why it makes sense for Steve Addazio to be less worried about naming his starter in 2020. In the second half of the episode, Justin goes over the running back position and explains why he believes Marcus McElroy Jr. will be a big key to CSU’s offensive success. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — When Colorado State and Fresno State kick off on CBS Sports Network Thursday night, Steve Addazio will finally be making his debut as head coach of the Rams.  After 10 full months of putting in work behind the scenes, practicing, and at times managing a circus worth of distractions for his team, Addazio has a chance...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. —  Break out the brooms. Two weeks after winning at home, Colorado State men’s basketball took the fight to Fresno State once again Tuesday night. In the 80-70 road victory for the Rams, CSU led for all but 1:30 of action and generally controlled the game from start to finish. Here’s a rundown of what went down...

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