Friday, April 26, 2019
Anthony Masinton-Bonner drives. Credit: CSU Athletics Communications.

Rams hoops gets Kris Martin back for final Gulf Coast Showcase game

Now at 1-1 in the Gulf Coast Showcase, the Rams take on South Dakota State on Wednesday morning.
J.D. Paige shoots a 3 from the corner against Arkansas Pine Bluff. Credit: CSU Athletics Communications.

CSU Rams’ guard J.D. Paige named Mountain West Player of the Week

After missing the first game of the year, J.D. Paige has been on fire, leading the Rams with 18.5 points per game.
Anthony Masinton-Bonner. Credit: CSU Athletics Communications.

Gulf Coast Showcase preview: Can the Rams win it all?

Colorado State hoops faces three games in three days; we break down what it would take for the Rams to win the Florida Gulf Showcase.

Colorado fires head football coach Mike MacIntyre

Since starting the season 5-0, Colorado has lost six consecutive games.
Mike Bobo wearing his Comatose shirt. Credit: Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports.

Column: Taking 11 weeks to play their best was too little, too late for...

Colorado State finally played like a real football team, Mike Bobo said, in Week 11. That's too little, far too late for a college football team to find their rhythm.
Olabisi Johnson, a senior, with a catch. Credit: Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports.

Crazy comeback at Canvas nullified by penalty, Rams lose 29-24 to Utah State

Colorado State played one of their best games of the year against the much better Utah State Aggies, but couldn't hold onto win, even after coming back once.
Credit: Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports.

Buffs hang in through half, fall 30-7 to No. 19 Utah

Colorado fought hard and tied the 19th-best team in the nation at halftime, but Utah proved far too strong in the second half, putting up 20 points after the break to win with ease in the snow.
Kendle Moore flies to the hoop and out-runs everyone for an easy bucket. Credit: CSU Athletics Communications.

Once you see him play, you’re going to want more Moore

Kendle Moore, a true freshman, has been the most impressive guard on the Rams through three games of the season. Only three games into his career and the young man is showing his versatility on both ends of the court.
Nov 10, 2018; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Utah Utes running back Armand Shyne (6) runs with the ball during the second half against the Oregon Ducks at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports

3 things to look for on Senior Day

The Colorado Buffaloes started out the season with five consecutive wins and had Pac-12 title aspirations.  Now with a 5-5 record and two games...

Opinion: Mike MacIntyre fails to accept responsibility after Buffs lose again

After starting the year 5-0, the Buffs have now lost five consecutive games.