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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...

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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....

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By: Jack Cowley, KCSU Sports   It shouldn’t surprise anyone that Colorado State University’s Football Program is in a rough spot.   Through 5 weeks of play, the Rams sit at (1-4) in the win/loss category. The record is somewhat disappointing, but the losses themselves are very disappointing and point to a program that has gone downhill. The Rams started out the season by being upset with a narrow loss (43-34) to the Hawaii...

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Running Back Marvin Kinsey Jr after scoring 14-yard catching touchdown September 22. By: Ray McGowan   If you have been watching Colorado State football for the last couple of games, you start to understand their strengths, their weaknesses, and how they will do against their next opponent. For this game, everyone wanted to believe that CSU could come out on top against their FCS opponent, the Illinois State Redbirds. The end...

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Colorado Classic Recap

Colorado Classic Recap


Posted By on Sep 19, 2018

By Nick Baker   Colorado State Volleyball is a prolific team, utilizing youth and versatility to get an edge on their opponents. Ram fans saw this taken to a new level this weekend, as CSU took two of their three matches, winning an impressive seven of ten sets played. In this weekend’s Colorado Classic, Colorado State played at home on Friday the 14th against Indiana State, and in Boulder, at Coors Event Center twice on Saturday the...

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By Ray McGowan Does Colorado State belong in a Power 5 conference? No one really knows, but they sure as hell can beat one. Colorado State faced off against the University of Arkansas Saturday in Fort Collins, the first time an SEC opponent has played in Fort Collins since No. 19 Mississippi State in 1981. The Rams were 14-point underdogs heading into the game and did not give their fans much optimism after a gut-wrenching loss in...

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