After one season of playing the 4-3 as a base defense under Tyson Summers, the Rams have returned to the 3-4 base they previously played under Marty English.
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Moments before the opening of Colorado State coach Mike Bobo’s noon news conference Monday, the weekly media release distributed to reporters included this listing at quarterback on the depth chart page:
In late July, Windsor High School linebacker-defensive end Corte Tapia — already the state’s all-time sack leader heading into his senior season — indicated he planned to sign a national letter of intent with the Colorado State Rams next February.
After his tenure as a player, graduate assistant and assistant at Georgia, Mike Bobo is still is settling in as a head coach heading into year two, and even getting used to wearing something other than red.
Last year, Colorado State surrendered 213.3 yards per game on the ground to the opposition (106th nationally) while producing 24 sacks in 13 games (1.85 per) to rank 80th.
At Colorado State’s team meeting Monday night, defensive tackle Jakob Buys heard an announcement that surprised him — and triggered raucous cheers from his teammates.
As the Rams practiced at Hughes Stadium Wednesday morning, Colorado State released photos of the team’s new Under Armour football uniforms.
Fort Collins — Colorado State senior linebacker Deonte Clyburn could miss the entire 2016 season because of blood clotting, coach Mike Bobo said after practice Saturday, Clyburn learned before spring camp that he had an issue and has been receiving medication ever since. He recently was tested and the results came back negative, meaning he […]
College football is sitting in the middle of a long earthquake, the sport’s tectonic place shifting in recent years toward an uncertain future.
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