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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — In four years on the Colorado campus, Steven Montez has never experienced a loss to Colorado State but the redshirt senior quarterback is not overlooking the Rams or anyone else on the schedule. Coming off of a season in which Montez led CU to a 5-0 start and top-20 ranking, before losing seven consecutive games…...

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Justin Michael talks about an exciting first weekend of college football and breaks down Colorado State’s first official depth chart of the season. Use code GORAMS for $10 off an annual pass and a free shirt when you subscribe. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link – Stitcher Link – Spotify link

FORT COLLINS, Colo.— On August 30, the pressure will be on for Colorado State football as the Rams look to snap a four-game losing skid to the University of Colorado. After not beating one of their biggest rivals in almost a half-decade, it doesn’t matter if it’s a redshirt senior like Max McDonald (linebacker) or a graduate transfer like Jalen…...

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Justin Michael is back with the second edition of the BSN Rams Podcast! Justin breaks down the Mike Bobo era and ranks the best and worst games during Bobo’s tenure as head coach. Use code GORAMS for $10 off an annual pass and a free shirt when you subscribe. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link – Stitcher Link – Spotify…

On Aug. 30, Colorado State football will play the University of Colorado in Denver for likely the final time. After years of memorable matchups in the neutral site, the 2020 edition will be in Fort Collins before there is a brief break in the series. The Rocky Mountain Showdown, though controversial, has always been a big deal to local…

According to Brian Howell of the Daily Camera, Colorado and Colorado State have a verbal agreement in place to continue the Rocky Mountain Showdown in 2023 and 2024. CSU athletic director Joe Parker said that he and CU athletic director Rick George have talked very seriously about a home-and-home, even going as far to say a “strong verbal commitment.” Right now the…...

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