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Justin Michael reminisces about his first vehicle and talks about how excited he is for his new car, before diving into a difficult situation for the women’s basketball team. Later in the episode, Justin breaks down the path to a regular season conference title for the men’s team and previews a massive series between SDSU and Boise State. DON’T…

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — The frustration is beginning to take its toll for Colorado State football. After losing yet another winnable game at home Saturday night, the tension was evident during media availability. Both head coach Mike Bobo and his players were visibly discontented as they explained for the 10th consecutive time, how the Rams lost to an FBS…...

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Close, but no cigar. Colorado State – San Diego State; It’s almost always a fun time when the two teams get together. It was a nail-biter once again on Wednesday night, but the Aztecs edged out the Rams 69-62 in the end. Colorado State Rams men’s basketball started out strong with an 8-0 run and the 10-4 lead early…...

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Two’s company, three’s a crowd. On a cool, crisp Halloween Saturday in Fort Collins, Colorado State Football (3-5, 1-3 MW) continued its two-headed offense, but with a twist. CSU had both redshirt sophomore Nick Stevens (who went 17-23 for 205 yards and two touchdowns, but threw three interceptions) and redshirt freshman Coleman Key (who went 0-2 on his passing…...

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