Rocky Mountain Showdown
As the Colorado Buffaloes prepare for the season opener against CSU, let’s take a look at five players who are primed to make a name for themselves this season.
It’s about two weeks away from the Rocky Mountain Showdown. The University of Colorado Buffaloes own the bragging rights after winning the game last year. The Rams ended up with a better season, winning a bowl game.
The CSU Rams are preparing to face off against the CU Buffaloes in their first game of the season later this month. Check out the Top 9 Rams players to watch in that big game.
After winning a prolonged competition for the job, Garrett Grayson’s season debut as Colorado State’s quarterback fell flat.
Greg Henderson scored on a 53-yard fumble return in the fourth quarter and Connor Wood threw three touchdown passes — two to speedster Paul Richardson — to help Colorado beat Colorado State 41-27.
One week ago Denver Broncos fans experienced the new NFL policy on bags at Sports Authority Field — no purses, no backpacks and no camera bags. Now it turns out those football fans aren’t the only ones impacted.
Police are increasing their presence at the annual Rocky Mountain Showdown between Colorado and Colorado State.
Connor Wood emerged from spring ball as the Colorado Buffaloes’ starting quarterback for the second straight season. Unlike last year, he kept that title in the fall, fending off flashy freshman Sefo Liufau.
A season ago Colorado State University’s Jim McElwain was the new coach in the rivalry with the CU Buffs. His debut in the Rocky Mountain Showdown worked out pretty well and now he’s going for two in a row.
Colorado State University Rams opened camp Tuesday and they have some work to do.