CSU Rams new head football coach Mike Bobo brought a former teammate in for a pep talk this week.
The Colorado State Rams are still stinging after being stiff-armed out of the NCAA Tournament, but as a consolation the pulled a No. 1 seed in the National Invitation Tournament, something they unenthusiastically accepted.
After getting snubbed by the selection committee of the NCAA Tournament, the CSU Rams are now looking to do damage in the National Invitational Tournament.
Colorado State head coach Larry Eustachy wasn’t much for talking following the NCAA Tournament Selection Committee’s snub of his Rams team that finished the season with a school record 27 wins.
The Mountain West Conference should have four teams in the mix for NCAA Tournament spots, including the CSU Rams.
For many seasons its was the University of Colorado that led the way in basketball for the state of Colorado, but with CSU’s recent string of success, there’s been a changing of the guard.
Mike Bobo is still getting settled into his new role of head coach of the Rams, but he’s got a lot enthusiasm as he inherits a team that has been experiencing lots of success lately.
CSU looks good now, but their chances will depend on what happens from here.
Tired of hearing about New England and Seattle? Want something else to watch on Sunday?Well, there there aren’t many options for you.
Colorado State University basketball star J.J. Avila has been named Mountain West Player of the Week just as the Rams jumped back into the Top 25.