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A week ago, the Colorado State Rams football team was overloaded in the backfield, supporting a three-headed monster. Fast forward to today and CSU is only certain one of those three will play this Saturday versus the University of Texas San Antonio. Dalyn Dawkins has been lightning in a bottle and went wild against the University of Colorado in the…...

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Football is a game of inches. It’s also a game of timing, precision and attention to detail. First-year head coach Mike Bobo has felt the ups and downs that come with coaching, as his Colorado State Rams football team stares at a 1-2 record after three games. In the two losses the last two Saturdays, CSU was defeated by a...

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Who says Tuesdays are boring? Out of nowhere Tuesday evening, Colorado State football head coach Mike Bobo brought an announcement no one was expecting. “Treyous (Jarrells) has decided that he doesn’t want to be part of this football team, so we’re moving forward,” Bobo said. “We’ve got J.O., and Izzy (Matthews) and Deron (Thompson) will be ready to go.” Jarrells...

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Two’s company, three’s a crowd. But Colorado State’s backfield isn’t too crowded for comfort; the Rams’ top three backs are like brothers to one another. Treyous Jarrells told us Tuesday after practice he and fellow senior Jasen Oden Jr. consider redshirt sophomore transfer Dalyn Dawkins their little brother. And the companionship is clear. But for a “little brother” – not...

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Three is the magic number. Three is also Treyous Jarrells’ number, and his pumpkin and alfalfa No. 3 uniform went unused last Saturday due to injury. Jarrells was absent during Colorado State’s 65-13 blowout of Savannah State last Saturday, rehabbing his scoped knee, but his fellow running backs were thinking of their brother. The win was marked by dominant defense...

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The Colorado State University football team has completed its two scheduled scrimmages and the two couldn’t be more different. In the first scrimmage the offense was praised, a starter at quarterback was named and coach Mike Bobo got a better look at his wide receiver depth. In the second scrimmage, the defense didn’t allow the offense to score. That being...

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Two weeks into Colorado State Rams fall camp and some competitions have been settled, while many more are waiting to be won. The quarterback competition has been won by Nick Stevens, and on Friday, Mike Bobo said Kevin O’Brien has won the starting center position. The redshirt senior O’Brien was awarded a scholarship by Bobo and Colorado State on Thursday...

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Colorado State experienced their first scrimmage under new head coach Mike Bobo Saturday, and players really came to compete. Especially on the offensive side of the ball. Overall, the defense simply didn’t play with enough effort. Creating consistency throughout the team is a priority and the Rams are still searching for just that. On offense, the quarterback competition seems to...

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Colorado State football has a problem, but it’s a good problem to have. Currently, they have too many talented running backs. It’s difficult to decipher which one has the upper hand at the moment, and head coach Mike Bobo said on Friday he’s comfortable with four running backs on the team, with Deron Thompson being that fourth back. The other...

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Colorado State football was represented well when the National Football Foundation Colorado Chapter got together Monday night. All told, ten CSU players were named Academic All-Colorado by the group at their first ever banquet, while former Rams head coach Jim McElwain was named the Colorado Coach of the Year (2014) and Garrett Grayson took home Colorado Offensive Player of the...

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