Sunday, April 30, 2017


Colorado State’s defense shows growth in Green and Gold Spring Game

Despite a tough spring camp, the defense bounced back in a big way in Colorado State's spring game.

CSU Rams coach Mike Bobo talks challenges, improvement and spring game

"We just keep talking about the challenge that we have," Bobo said. "If you want to be great, you don’t back down from any challenge."

CSU football player violates restraining order, arrested by campus police

Redshirt freshman linebacker Hunter Donnelly was arrested Wednesday by campus police after violating a restraining order.



5 things to know before attending CSU’s Green & Gold spring game

Colorado State Football is moving back to campus this fall, and that begins tomorrow for the spring game. All the information inside.

CSU Green & Gold Game and Spring Sports Festival details

Colorado State Athletics has created a Spring Sports Festival to enhance fans’ ability to connect with student-athletes and coaches.

Colorado State looking to finish strong, as spring practices wind down

After a long spring, the Colorado State Rams are looking to finish strong with the Green and Gold Spring Game just days away.

Kris Martin to join CSU men’s basketball program in 2017-18

The shooting guard is transferring from Oral Roberts and will have two years of eligibility remaining, starting in 2018-19.

CSU’s Hassan records best throw in the country, fifth in the world for 2017

Hassan’s mark of 69-11/21.31m was more than three feet better than his own previous Mountain West and CSU outdoor record.

Colorado State installs first batch of sod on new Sonny Lubick Field

This Thursday, April 13, the school installed its first section of turf for the new Sonny Lubick Field, marking the start of growing season.

Changes mean Larry Eustachy is most experienced coach in conference by far

Not only an influential coach in terms of CSU hoops history, Eustachy is now the class of the conference in terms of experience, wins and longevity.

Colorado State’s secondary is still trying to find its way

"The ones went 30 something snaps," head coach Mike Bobo said of the second scrimmage. "They played a half of football and they didn't make any plays."

Olympian Amy Van Dyken-Rouen hits the slopes in Breckenridge

In an interview with Today, Van Dyken-Rouen detailed her new sporting interest: downhill skiing. She also cruised down the slopes in Breckenridge.

Emmanuel Omogbo earns invitation to Portsmouth Invitational Tournament

The PIT invites 64 of the best senior players in college basketball every year. The four-day tournament will be in front of scouts from every NBA team.