Colorado State’s rise to national prominence is a little bit sudden for coach Jim McElwain.
For all the talk of an in-state rivalry, the fortunes of Colorado’s two marquee college football teams are trending in opposite directions.
The only thing more magnetic than Colorado State receiver Rashard Higgins’ hands may be his personality.
The Colorado State Rams football team can’t crack the AP Top 25 despite winning six in a row.
The Colorado State University Rams are still waiting to be ranked in football for the first time since 2003.
Garrett Grayson is a little astounded — humbled and honored, too — by all the storied names he’s leapfrogged on his way up Colorado State’s career passing list.
On the CSU Rams’ football team, there isn’t a brighter star than the one in Hollywood. That’s Rashard “Hollywood” Higgins for anyone not paying close attention.
The Colorado State University football team is on the verge of achieving something great. If they win on Saturday they could find themselves ranked in the Top 25.
CSU is coming off a bowl win and returns a starting quarterback who set the team’s single-season passing record last season. Still, coach Jim McElwain considers his team the vast underdog Friday night.
Ahead of Friday’s Rocky Mountain Showdown, two stars of Colorado’s college football heyday engaged in some friendly ribbing during Xfinity Monday Live on CBS4.