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By: Ray McGowan The Colorado State University Rams hosted the New Mexico University Lobos this past Saturday to a sold-out homecoming game. CSU has had an up and down season so far with blown out losses to Colorado, Florida, and even FCS team Illinois State. The Rams have had inconsistent play to say the least with the constant switching of Quarterback KJ Carta-Samuels and Colin Hill at what seems to be the most random times paired...

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  By: Henry Benerman When the first band walked on; I saw a drummer, a bassist, an enthusiastic DJ, and a guy who looked like a cross between a biohazard sign and Assassins Creed. They began to play kind of psychedelic dubstep that took a lot of mood suppressants, and I couldn’t help but think “wow, Infected Mushroom really let themselves go.” This wasn’t Infected Mushroom luckily, but DJ Moon Frog and his band. These guys were just...

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(Brooke Buchan | Collegian)   Border War Throwdown By: Nick Baker   Colorado State traveled to Laramie for an October 2nd matchup of the Border War. Many CSU fans made the trip and filled up about 40% of the crowd. Despite the fan dedication, CSU disappointed and dropped the match by a set score of (3-1). Anyone in attendance would confirm, sets 1 and 2 lived up to expectation and consisted of a back and forth battle resulting in a...

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El Ten Eleven with Tennis System and Rat Doctor at Washington’s on Sept 20th By: AJ Frankson When going to a show, one has a certain level of expectation for the type of music that is about to be played. Arriving at the venue, you might quickly google the openers, and assume that their thrifted t-shirts and baggy ripped jeans confirm their parallel indie sound to the headliner. However, El Ten Eleven’s chill, experimental...

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A Wild Way to Start the Season

A Wild Way to Start the Season


Posted By on Oct 8, 2018

( Dave Armer | U.S. Air Force photo) By: Dixon Lawson | October 4, 2018   From start to finish, the Avalanche came into the 2018-2019 season primed and full of young energy. Starting off at home in any season can be a huge boost. For the Avalanche, they used the energy of the Pepsi Center to explode to a season opener win. Both the Avalanche and the Wild opened up the 2018-19 season Thursday, October 4th at the Pepsi Center. Coming...

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