5 Games To Watch For This Weekend In College FootballWe’re rapidly approaching Week 3 of the college football season, and even though conference races haven’t heated up yet, there’s been plenty of action already. This week brings a mix of big matchups and quick victories.
Johnson Scores 3 TDs, Air Force Beats San Jose State, 37-16A late San Jose State turnover paved the way for D.J. Johnson's fourth-quarter surge.
CU Head Coach MacIntyre Hoping For A Better Trip To HawaiiThe last time Mike MacIntyre brought a team to Aloha Stadium it didn't end well.
Air Force, Colorado To Resume Series After 46-Year DroughtAir Force and Colorado will face off on the football field in 2020, ending a 46-year drought in the series.
De Ciman, CSU Defeat San Jose State, 72-56Joe De Ciman had 18 points and nine rebounds and Tiel Daniels grabbed 14 rebounds — all career highs — to help Colorado State beat San Jose State 72-56 on Wednesday night.
Hot-Shooting Air Force Routs San Jose State 78-56Marek Olesinski scored 16 points as Air Force coasted to a 78-56 victory over San Jose State on Wednesday night.
CSU’s ‘Hollywood’ Higgins Leads Nation In ReceivingThe only thing more magnetic than Colorado State receiver Rashard Higgins' hands may be his personality.
Despite 7-1 Record, Rams Still Don't Make AP Top 25The Colorado State Rams football team can't crack the AP Top 25 despite winning six in a row.
CSU Defeats San Jose State 78-66Jon Octeus scored 21 points and Daniel Bejarano added 19 as Colorado State handled San Jose State 78-66 Wednesday night.
Air Force Pulls Away For 77-62 Win Over SJSUTre' Coggins scored 27 points and Marek Olesinski added 19 as Air Force pulled away in the latter part of the second half for a 77-62 win over San Jose State on Wednesday night.
MacIntyre Makes CU Coaching Debut Vs. CSUUnderstandably, Mike MacIntyre is a little anxious for his Colorado Buffaloes debut. Then again, the new CU coach has never lost to Colorado State, going 2-0 against the Rams when he was in charge at San Jose State.
Bill McCartney Inducted Into College Football Hall Of FameFormer Buffaloes head football coach Bill McCartney led CU to their only national title in 1990. And now, McCartney is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, an honor he claimed Tuesday.