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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — While COVID-19 delayed the NBA season and resulted in the outright cancellation of March Madness, The Basketball Tournament aka TBT, still provided plenty of entertainment for the basketball-obsessed individuals like myself. Established in 2014, TBT is a single-elimination tournament consisting of independent basketball teams from around the country. The winner of the event this year received…...

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Colorado State’s Gian Clavell earned more recognition Tuesday as he was named an All-America Honorable Mention. The senior guard from Puerto Rico joins Bill Green (1963), Lonnie Wright (1965) and Colton Iverson (2013) as the lone Rams to ever be named All-America. Clavell, who was also named Mountain West Player of the Year, led the league in scoring at better...

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Sometimes in sports, you just have to tip your cap to the opponent. That’s exactly what Colorado State did Monday night in an 81-63 losing effort to Cal-State Bakersfield in the second round of the National Invitational Tournament. No. 4 CSU (24-12) fell victim to an improbable 3-point shooting barrage from the Roadrunners in the first half and never recovered....

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We knew exactly who the Rams would face in the first round of the NIT when the NCAA announced the 32-team field on March 12th. It would be a home game against the fifth-seeded Cougars from the College of Charleston. What nobody knew, however, was which team would show up. The last time the Rams played in the NIT was in 2015...

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The door was open for Colorado State’s magical season to conclude with a Cinderella ending. But the Rams were unable to pull off the upset in the Mountain West championship game, falling 79-71 to Nevada. CSU (23-11) got off to a rocky start as Nevada stormed out to a 9-0 lead in the blink of an eye. For the Rams,...

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For just the second time in school history, Colorado State will be playing in the Mountain West championship game. The Rams eliminated San Diego State early Saturday morning with a 71-63 victory at Thomas & Mack Center in the tournament’s semifinal round. It will be CSU’s first time in the conference title game since the Matt Nelson-led winning squad in...

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Colorado State got a huge break Wednesday when a dangerous Wyoming team lost to No. 10 Air Force in the opening round of the Mountain West tournament. The Rams had no trouble beating the Falcons in the quarterfinal round by a score of 81-55 Thursday night from Thomas & Mack Center. With the win, CSU advances to the semifinals and...

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