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Justin Michael is joined by former CSU center Nico Carvacho (2016-2020) and the two go over what it was like for the ‘Big Chile’ to return to Moby Arena and experience the Orange Out from the stands. Carvacho talks about what he did while he was in town and how much he enjoys watching the 2021-22 Rams. He also explains…

Justin Michael goes over Nico Carvacho’s dominant playoff run overseas, before reflecting back on the “Big Chile” and what he meant to CSU. Throughout the episode, Justin also talks about Phil Mickelson’s historic win, why it’s so fun to be a sports fan in Colorado right now, and he wishes good luck to the 21 Rams competing in the NCAA West Regionals. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — “He’s an amazing ambassador for CSU.” On a day where the Rams secured their 20th win of the regular season by sweeping a local rival, the fans in Moby Arena got to experience something bigger than basketball. Starting with the pregame festivities, where CSU’s three seniors, accompanied by their loved ones, strolled to mid-court and paused for photos with Niko Medved, while the Ram faithful welcomed them with cheers of appreciation. Then ending with the veterans leaving the court to a much-deserved standing ovation — everything on Saturday was about honoring the careers of Nico Carvacho, Kris Martin and Hyron Edwards Jr. While Martin and Edwards have certainly put together respectable careers of their own, and were rightfully…

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Colorado State men’s basketball was locked into the sixth seed regardless of Saturday’s outcome against Air Force. Even if the rivalry game technically had no impact on the final standings, though, the Rams went into this game with the mindset that playing their best basketball would be paramount. After coming out of the gate slow in each...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — When Nico Carvacho decided to stay at Colorado State two years ago, one of the biggest reasons was that he wanted to leave behind a legacy. Coming off of a breakout sophomore season (2017-18), Carvacho had multiple schools from power conferences try to persuade him away from the Rams. But even after a chaotic year that ended...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — So close. Colorado State men’s basketball led No. 5 San Diego State for just under 25 minutes of action late Tuesday night. For much of the game, the Rams were able to lock down the league’s frontrunner for the Player of the Year Award, Malachi Flynn, and did an excellent job of forcing the Aztecs to settle...

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Justin Michael breaks down Tuesday night’s loss to the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels and explains what the Rams need to change if they’re going to take it to the next level. Later in the episode, Justin highlights the biggest league games remaining for the top six teams in the Mountain West. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Colorado State men’s basketball mounted an incredible comeback up in Laramie, Wyoming, over the weekend but there wasn’t much time to reminisce about a victory over the lowly Pokes. With a short turnaround, the Rams had to immediately turn their attention to the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels and Tuesday night’s matchup at the Thomas and Mack Center....

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Colorado State men’s basketball continues to keep everyone on their toes. After falling short in a hard-fought contest with Utah State at home, the Rams managed to beat Wyoming 77-70 on the road Saturday after trailing by as much as 19 in the second half. Although the game itself was absurd — for a large portion...

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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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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — One day at a time. That’s how Colorado State men’s basketball continues to approach things, despite currently being on one of the most exciting runs of the last half decade. In all the highs and lows of a college basketball season, it’s easy for the players, particularly the young ones, to lose focus or get complacent....

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — As the legendary Stephen A. Smith often says, Isaiah Stevens is a bad man, y’all. Coming off of a game in which he hit the game winner, Stevens was phenomenal again in Saturday’s 95-77 victory over UNLV. The first-year starter paced the Rams in scoring with 21 points on an efficient 7-of-8 from the field and...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Basketball is what you do, it’s not who you are. This message has been preached by Niko Medved since the start of the season. Meant to tell the players that life is much bigger than their accomplishments on the court, this simple yet apt motto could be applied to most walks of life. After Sunday’s tragic news that Kobe Bryant and eight others, including his daughter Gianna, were killed in a helicopter accident, the message holds a little more weight. Following Tuesday’s practice, Medved stood on the side of the court while some of his players continued to take jump shots, and explained that he will always admire Bryant’s competitiveness and tenacity. With a smile on…

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