It wasn't just the special teams which ended the Rams hopes of winning on Saturday. Multiple inexcusable mistakes resulted in the 48-10 loss.
It wasn't pretty, and they need to improve, but the Colorado State Rams pulled out another victory against the Fort Lewis Skyhawks.
The University of Denver Pioneers walked away with the 1-0 victory in a nail-biter against the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs
Lindsay is coming of his junior year when he rushed for 1,189 yards and led the Pac-12 in rushing touchdowns with 16.
The CSU football program continues to grow and excel, and that's evidenced by the players they're sending to the NFL
Eight freshmen and two sophomores make the Buffs one of the youngest teams in the Pac-12.
Michael Gallup was the lone Rams player drafted this year, rising quickly as a junior and senior to one of the best receivers in the nation. Also, many former Colorado State players will be in camps this spring.
Colorado State senior quarterback Nick Stevens was named today as one of the Top 20 quarterbacks in the nation.
Back from a knee injury, Derek McCartney is working his way towards being 100 percent ready for his senior season.
From Keevan Bailey to Nate Craig-Myers, the Rams early signing class for 2019 is loaded with big-name talent. Many of these youngsters will be expected to play right away.