Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Nick Stevens leads CSU past Hawai’i in Mountain West opener

Stevens completed 18-of-22 passes for 351 yards and four touchdowns in a dominating 51-21 win over the Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors.
Preston Williams. Credit: Isaiah J. Downing, USA TODAY Sports.

Three keys to Colorado State upsetting Florida in ‘The Swamp’

How can Colorado State pull off the somewhat miraculous feat of beating two straight SEC teams? We break it all down here.

Hassan wins again; CSU men and women place 2nd at 2018 MW Indoor Championships

CSU senior Mostafa Hassan earned his third MW Indoor Championships title and fifth conference shot put title overall.

Rams unable to overcome slow start in 79-76 loss to visiting Boise State

With the loss, the Rams fall to 14-9 and 6-4 in the Mountain West, while the Broncos improved to 14-7 and 7-3 in the league.

Mike Bobo burns Collin Hill’s redshirt, Rams run relentlessly to beat UTSA

Faton Bauta started for Colorado State, but freshman Collin Hill came in as the Rams earned their first win of the season.

Former four-star Clemson wide receiver Demarre Kitt commits to CSU

Colorado State landed a huge player this weekend in Demarre Kitt, a former four-star wideout when he came out of high school in 2014.
John Jancek on Media Day. Credit: Rich Kurtzman.

Colorado State defenders high on John Jancek’s leadership, energy

Can the defense get turned around this year for Colorado State? Players are raving about the job John Jancek and his staff have been doing this offseason and fall camp.

Former Ram Becky Hammon might be heading back to college

San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon is in contention for the head coaching position for the University of Florida’s women’s basketball team.
Collin Hill. Credit: Brian Lossness, USA TODAY Sports.

Rams lose bowl eligibility following sloppiest performance of 2018

Colorado State was embarrassingly bad once again on Saturday night, losing 49-10 to Nevada and losing hopes of making a bowl game.

PODCAST: Larry Eustachy’s conduct under investigation again, hoops host Nevada Saturday

For the second time in five years, Larry Eustachy's conduct is the center of a "climate assessment" being done by Colorado State.