Tuesday, January 28, 2020

CSU ends its season with loss to CSU Bakersfield in NIT Second Round

Colorado State couldn’t slow down Cal State Bakersfield’s hot first half and fell to the visitors, 81-63, in the second round of the NIT.

Rams open Mountain West action with 91-77 victory over UNLV

CSU used a 25-3 run at the end of the first half and start of the second to propel themselves to a 91-77 win over visiting UNLV in the Mountain West opener.

George King returning to Colorado for senior season

During the 2015-16 season, King was named the Pac-12 Conference Most Improved Player of the Year for the Buffaloes.

Local product Troy Terry produces for Pioneers

Now one of the team's leaders, junior and Colorado native Troy Terry will be taking some of the team's younger players under his wing.
Deion James drives. Credit: Cary Edmonson, USA TODAY Sports.

Rams decide to redshirt Deion James for 2018-19 season

Colorado State chooses to redshirt Deion James as he sits for their exhibition win on Saturday. James was likely to be a key contributor for the team, but he'll have to wait until next year to do so.
Starting cornerbacks V.J. Banks and Rashad Ajayi at practice. Credit: Rich Kurtzman.

Colorado State’s first depth chart features many newcomers as starters

Welcome to Fort Collins, K.J. Carta-Samuels. Without a doubt, the most anticipated player for the Colorado State Rams football team this year is Carta-Samuels, who...

DU’s Henrik Borgström named USCHO co-rookie of the year

The Finnish forward finished his freshman campaign with 22 goals and 21 assists. Boston University's Clayton Keller was the other co-rookie of the year.

Bye Week Bouillabaisse: Stewing sans Broncos

A Monday without the Broncos during football season? There is still plenty to stew on after this past weekend

Mike Bobo lobbied his former QB, Matt Stafford, to become a CSU booster after...

Bobo coached Stafford at Georgia, helping the quarterback become the No. 1 overall pick in 2009 and eventually the NFL's highest-paid player.

Madie Boreman on her ‘crazy’ run to 2nd place at NCAA Championships

University of Colorado freshman Madie Boreman just wanted to prove she could keep pace in the Pac-12. Now, she's an All-American.