The Mountain West announced its all-conference football teams, with eight Colorado State players being recognized, including three first-team selections.
The 6-0 Buffaloes, ranked No. 21 in the AP Poll, are experiencing a massive turnaround under new head coach JR Payne.
The leading rebounder in the conference, Omogbo continued to assert himself in all phases, recording a double-double in each of the three games this week.
The CSU men’s basketball team completed a three-game homestand with possibly its most complete game of the year, an 80-58 victory over Alcorn State.
The Buffs battled Wofford in an ugly defensive game but eventually came out on top, 75-60, as Xavier Johnson put on a phenomenal performance.
The Colorado Buffaloes are the outright Pac-12 South champions after a 27-22 victory over Utah.
The Buffs' defense made play after play on Saturday night to help deliver one of the greatest turnarounds in recent college football memory.
Michael Gallup scored three touchdowns and had 139 yards receiving as the CSU Rams routed the SDSU Aztecs in the regular season finale.
The Colorado State Rams turned in their most dominant all-around performance of the season in a 63-31 defeat of San Diego State at Qualcomm Stadium.
With the victory, the Rams improved to 4-1 on the season, while the Lions dropped to 4-2 on the year.