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After one of the most exciting seasons in Colorado State women’s basketball history, the No. 11 seed Rams lost 48-45 to the No. 6 seed University of South Florida in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Women’s Tournament. That loss officially ended an historic run that had the Rams ranked as high as No. 22 in the nation.…...

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March Madness is here, my friends. And what a mad March it could be if your Colorado State Rams women’s basketball team makes noise in the NCAA Tournament. On Monday evening, the Rams learned they are an 11 seed and will face No. 6 seed South Florida. Who: Colorado State Rams women’s basketball 31-1 (18-0 MW) versus South Florida Bulls (23-9)....

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After an impressive 88-81 victory over Boise State last night, Colorado State Rams men’s basketball advances onward in the Mountain West Tournament to face the Fresno State Bulldogs tonight. The semifinal match-up — which tips at 9:30 p.m. MT on CBS Sports Network — gives the Rams a shot at redemption after an embarrassing performance in Fresno, March 2. Fresno...

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Colorado State Rams men’s basketball tips off against the San Jose State Spartans in the first round of the Mountain West tournament Wednesday evening. The match-up will be the third contest between the two schools this year, the first two were both won by CSU. The Rams won an overtime thriller on the road Jan. 9, a game in which...

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The Colorado State Rams men’s basketball team enjoyed their greatest season ever, setting a school-record at 27-6, but were ultimately snubbed on selection Sunday. It was sad for seniors, especially, and for the entire squad. Their shocking exclusion from the NCAA Tournament left CSU shook up and the Rams dropped their first round National Invitation Tournament game. But to add...

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[vc_bunyad_ads] [/vc_bunyad_ads] Twitter is a cool thing. Twitter can give everyone a voice to the public, and for athletes, to the fans. After the Colorado State men's basketball team lost in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament last night, us media stiffs waited for players and post game quotes. We asked for J.J. Avila, Daniel Bejarano and Stanton...

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“It took a lot out of us, Sunday,” Colorado State head coach Larry Eustachy said of the NCAA Tournament snub. It could clearly be seen in the Rams team that showed up Wednesday night. CSU came out flat in their National Invitation Tournament opener against South Dakota State. SDSU, on the other hand, started the game with all the energy,...

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Colorado Sate didn’t deserve this. “Team Together,” led by three senior stars, didn’t deserve this decision from the selection committee on Sunday. While Mountain West cohorts Wyoming – who won the Mountain West Tournament for an auto-bid – San Diego State and Boise State made it in, it became clear CSU would be the one left out. No way the...

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This year, Eustachy’s Rams ran off 14 straight wins to begin the season – a new school-record – and wound up in the Top-25 at that point, landing at No. 24 in the nation. The ranking was only the third such in CSU men’s basketball history, and the second time the green and gold have been ranked since Eustachy came...

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Written by Rich Kurtzman We’re all currently witnessing the greatest era in the history of the Colorado State Men’s basketball program. It’s all thanks to the leadership of Larry Eustachy. In three years as the head man in Fort Collins, here’s what Eustachy has done. He owns the two top records in program history, 26-9 in 2012-13 and 26-5 this...

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