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Justin Michael begins the podcast by addressing a recent local article and why it’s ridiculous to imply the Rams scheduled fall camp around missing a local media event. Justin then dives into a spicy subtweet from former CSU women’s soccer coach Bill Hempen, before discussing what he learned in a 10 minute impromptu interview with athletic director Joe Parker. DON’T…

Justin Michael is joined by Kevin Lytle of the Fort Collins Coloradoan and the two discuss Joyce McConnell stepping down as Colorado State’s president. They talk about why the news was both surprising and unsurprising, why her tenure was difficult, and the potential impact it could have on athletics. Justin and Kevin also wrap up the show with a few…

DENVER — The Steve Addazio era is over. According to multiple reports the veteran head coach was relieved of his duties on Thursday morning after just two seasons at Colorado State. Addazio went 4-12 in the 16 games that he was in charge of the program but it was a tumultuous ride from the start. Being fair to him, it…

Justin Michael discusses everything that went down on Saturday with a two-part podcast on CSU Football and men’s basketball. In this portion of the podcast, Justin plays postgame audio from Steve Addazio, Trey McBride and Ryan Stonehouse. He also gives his thoughts on an embarrassing loss to Nevada, Addazio’s ejection, and why it’s time for the university to make serious…

Justin Michael plays his postgame question and response from Steve Addazio on why the fans should expect things should change after yet another frustrating rivalry loss. Justin explains where he was coming from and responds to what Addazio said. Finally, Justin closes out the podcast with what he’s looking to see from CSU over the final weeks of the 2021…

Justin Michael discusses a change that would allow CSU Football to schedule a league opponent until the new year. He also explains why the process will not be particularly easy or simple, before explaining why a last-minute Rocky Mountain Showdown simply is not realistic. Finally, Justin plays audio from Niko Medved’s postgame presser over the weekend and sets the tone…

Justin Michael plays audio from Steve Addazio’s first two press conferences of the week, and talks about why it’s a weird spot for the football program, the admin and the fans. Justin also plays audio from Patrick O’Brien talking about what makes Dante Wright so hard to defend, as well as O’Brien’s perspective on Nebraska. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes…

Justin Michael gives his takes on a fun day of college football before discussing his final takeaways from the investigations into CSU Athletics. In the second half of the episode, Justin goes over the conference schedules for both CSU men’s basketball and CSU women’s basketball. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Shortly after allegations of violating proper COVID-19 protocols, reports of racism and verbal abuse came out about Colorado State football in early August.  As a result, Joyce McConnell and Joe Parker suspended all athletic activities back on Aug. 8, and added a racial climate review to what was already an ongoing investigation into the program by Husch…

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Colorado State University has officially released the results of the independent investigation conducted by the Kansas City-based firm Husch Blackwell.  Here’s everything you need to know.  Introduction In response to allegations of violations of improper COVID-19 procedures, as well as racism, verbal abuse, and player mistreatment, the law firm interviewed 115 individuals, including 49 current and former…

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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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — It’s been an absolutely disastrous month for Colorado State football. The program remains under investigation for allegedly violating COVID-19 protocols. We still do not know if  Joyce McConnell’s office has found anything of substance regarding accusations of verbally abusive coaches. Warren Jackson has decided to forgo his final season of eligibility. And now for the knockout…

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 football is all over ESPN this week. Unfortunately, though, it’s not because the Rams are making highlight plays. Just days after Joyce McConnell launched an investigation into how the football staff has been handling COVID-19 protocols, the Rams made national headlines once again Friday night. This time for allegations of racial insensitivity and verbal…...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Here we go again. Just days after school president Joyce McConnell launched an independent investigation into the program’s COVID-19 procedures, Joe Parker (AD) released a statement announcing that the program is now looking into allegations of racism and verbal abuse. “Today, we learned of some extremely troubling allegations of racism and verbal abuse from CSU’s athletic…

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