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Ah, Border War week. Nothing quite like it. Colorado State football (3-5, 1-3 MW) faces a must-win game against a heated and hated rival in the Wyoming Cowboys (1-8, 1-4 MW). “We’re preparing for a team that could beat anybody, on any given day,” Rams head coach Mike Bobo said after practice Wednesday. “They have the talent. Anytime you’ve got a running back like that you better be ready to play.” After a gut-check team meeting on...

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After a dismal and gut-wrenching loss for Colorado State (3-5, 1-3 MW) with a final score against San Diego State (6-3, 5-0 MW) 17-41, the Rams need to bounce back quickly against another Mountain West opponent and rival in the Wyoming Cowboys (1-8, 1-4 MW). This game means a great deal to CSU as a football team and to the state of Colorado because the coveted Bronze Boot, which originated in Fort Collins, is up for grabs. But, after...

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Ah, Border War week. Nothing quite like it. Colorado State football (3-5, 1-3 MW) faces a must-win game against a heated and hated rival in the Wyoming Cowboys (1-8, 1-4 MW). “We’re preparing for a team that could beat anybody, on any given day,” Rams head coach Mike Bobo said after practice Wednesday. “They have the talent. Anytime you’ve got a running back like that you better be ready to play.” After a gut-check team meeting on...

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Defense, or a lack thereof, has haunted Colorado State Rams football this season. Tyson Summers, the Rams Defensive Coordinator, has had his hands full with the last few opponents CSU has played; the trickery and explosiveness of Boise State, the relentless triple-option of Air Force, the speed of San Diego State. This week, his defense faces Brian Hill and a Wyoming Cowboys team hungry for a win. “The downfall of us all year,”...

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Two’s company, three’s a crowd. On a cool, crisp Halloween Saturday in Fort Collins, Colorado State Football (3-5, 1-3 MW) continued its two-headed offense, but with a twist. CSU had both redshirt sophomore Nick Stevens (who went 17-23 for 205 yards and two touchdowns, but threw three interceptions) and redshirt freshman Coleman Key (who went 0-2 on his passing attempts) see the playing field Saturday, as they have multiple times in...

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