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LAS VEGAS — Survive and advance.  Utah Stave gave No. 23 Colorado State everything it could handle on Thursday night. But with 1.8 seconds remaining on the clock, Chandler Jacobs made the game–winning layup to give the Rams a 53-31 victory over the Aggies at the Thomas and Mack Center.  “Proud of our guys for finding a way to win,” Niko...

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DENVER — The best in the Mountain West. David Roddy was named the conference player of the year by the league’s media on Monday. Roddy joins Gian Clavell (2017) and Mike Mitchell (1990) as the only players in program history to earn the prestigious award. Roddy received eight of the possible 11 first-place votes for the honor and 161 out of 165 possible points in the voting. https://twitter.com/DNVR_Rams/status/1500886929440706566 In what’s been a phenomenal season, the junior guard/forward out of Minneapolis, Minn., finished third in the league in scoring at 19.5 points per game. He was also sixth in rebounding (7.6 per game) and first in field goal percentage at 57.5 percent. When CSU went down to the Virgin Islands in November,…

Justin Michael is joined by Matt Clapp, an editor/writer for both The Comeback and Awful Announcing. The two start the podcast by discussing Matt’s experience as a CSU student during the Dale Layer era and what it was like to be a Rams fan back then. Matt then gives his thoughts on the 2021-22 Rams and why they’ve been the most enjoyable team he’s ever watched as a Ram fan. Finally, he talks about the Mountain West Tournament, CSU’s potential seeing in the NCAA Tournament, and the talent in the conference as well. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

Justin Michael is joined by former Colorado State point guard Derrick Stevens (2002-04) and in the first half of the episode the two discuss his collegiate career, a complicated relationship with coach Dale Layer, and what it took for the Rams to win the 2003 Mountain West Tournament. Derrick then talks about his professional career and the unique path that he took, before ultimately getting into coaching and scouting. Finally, Justin and Derrick talk about The Basketball Tournament (TBT), how Team Ram Up came to be, who will be participating and his vision as head coach of the group. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

Justin Michael breaks down and gives his takeaways from Saturday’s 72-51 loss at UNLV. Throughout the podcast he talks about what went wrong for CSU and how fatigue likely played a big role. He also breaks down the key remaining games for the top 5 teams in the Mountain West and lays out how the Rams could still win the league, before emphasizing that CSU’s NCAA Tournament resume is still very strong. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

Justin Michael breaks down and reacts to Colorado State’s 62-50 loss to Neemias Queta and the Utah State Aggies. Justin talks about Queta’s impact on the floor and how it completely changes the flow of the game. He also talks about the league’s tendency to schedule these games way too late at night and how it impacts the quality of play. Finally, Justin goes over who Ram fans should be rooting for/against before Selection Sunday. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

FORT COLLINS, CO. — The stage is set. With a chance to reach the Mountain West Tournament Championship Game, Colorado State will have to take down the reigning champs and a team that has been one of the faces of the league over the last couple of years, Utah State.  Led by Neemias Queta and Justin Bean, the Aggies have...

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FORT COLLINS, CO. — Survive and advance.  Coming into the Mountain West Tournament, Colorado State men’s basketball knew what it must accomplish to have a chance to go dancing this spring. With a regular season resume that has the Rams firmly on the bubble for the NCAA Tournament, another first round exit in Sin City would have likely been a death...

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FORT COLLINS, CO. — Win or go home.  Everybody knows what’s at stake for the Rams in the Mountain West Tournament. After a heartbreaking loss on a buzzer-beater at Nevada, Colorado State men’s basketball needs to make a statement in Las Vegas this week.  As the metrics currently stand the Rams rank 50th in NET and 61st in KenPom. According...

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FORT COLLINS, CO. — The Mountain West is going to Mountain West.  In a public announcement released Tuesday afternoon the league revealed a revised schedule for both the men’s and women’s teams.  After neither group was able to play a game over the last three weeks, both Niko Medved and Ryun Williams are now tasked with leading their respective teams through...

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Justin Michael talks about the different scenarios for the Rams as the men’s team approaches the Mountain West Tournament with a legitimate shot to be the No. 1 seed. Justin also talks about the latest 2021 commit for CSU Football and AJ Ott’s second consecutive individual win for CSU Men’s Golf. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. We’ve all heard the famous phrase — and for most people, that’s the way they prefer to keep things. Those people, however, do not produce content for a living. More importantly, those people did not have the week that I did.  And with that in mind, the story begins...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Isaiah Stevens is one of the most impressive freshmen in the history of Colorado State men’s basketball. The 6-foot-0, 160-pound, point guard out of Allen, Texas, led the squad in scoring, assists and total minutes played. What’s more, they weren’t just empty minutes either. When games were on the line this year, it was Stevens that...

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