Head coach Mike Bobo and the Colorado State Rams would love nothing more than to send their stadium out in style with a win over New Mexico.
It's time for Ag Day! That means a barbecue and party, CSU Volleyball playing at noon and then CSU Football hosts Abilene Christian.
Inconsistency is the name of the game for CSU Rams football, but they put together enough on both sides of the ball to come back, win their first MW game.
The CSU women's basketball team rallied from a 10-point deficit with 6:43 to go in the fourth quarter to force overtime and defeat the Saint Mary's Gaels.
In the first wave of television announcements, seven CSU games were picked up for national broadcasts.
Faton Bauta started for Colorado State, but freshman Collin Hill came in as the Rams earned their first win of the season.
Until and unless something changes, it appears that only the conference tournament really matters, rendering the regular season all but unimportant -- and defeating the point of playing more than 30 games.
While both CU and CSU's head coaches say there is no real home-field advantage at the neutral site game, one coach does say there's an edge.
What do you need to tune into this weekend? Which games matter the most? These three stand out above the rest in terms of sheer importance Saturday
CSU football may have taught him the importance of being on time, but the timing of his arrival turned out to be just as important for the Rams.