The Colorado State University Rams football team is one of the premier college football programs in the State of Colorado. The Rams have been playing football since 1893, and are among the oldest programs West of the Mississippi River. CSU has played as a member of 5 different athletic conferences and has been a member of the Mountain West Conference since 1999, pitting the Rams against many of the iconic programs in the West. The team has won over 440 games in their history and an impressive 15 conference championships. A number of Colorado State University football players have gone on to play in the NFL, including Dexter Wynn, Damon Washington, David Anderson, Al Baker, and hall of famer Jack Christiansen. Colorado State has a passionate following and game days at Hughes Stadium are loud and eventful. The school has a long tradition of winning conference championships and is consistently near the top of the Mountain West Conference. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Colorado State Rams football tickets.
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Colorado State Rams Football at Colorado State Stadium Address: 2011 S. Overland Trail Fort Collins, Colorado, 80521
The Colorado State University Rams football team plays their home games at Colorado State Stadium in Fort Collins, Colorado. The Sony Lubik Field at Hughes Stadium was home to the Rams from 1968 to 2016, but the Rams made the move to the Colorado State Stadium for the 2017 college football season. The new stadium can seat over 41,000 fans, which is 9,000 more seats than Hughes Stadium. Colorado State Stadium is one of the iconic venues in the Mountain West Conference with one of the most picturesque venues to see a college football game.
Colorado State vs. Colorado
Known as the Rocky Mountain Showdown, this is the biggest matchup in the State of Colorado. The two schools have been playing since 1893 and have met over 80 times in their history. In recent years the game has been played at a neutral site at Mile High Stadium in Denver. There are few inner-state rivalries in the country that are played annually at a neutral site, and even fewer that are non-conference matchups, making this one of the most unique games in the country.
Colorado State vs. Wyoming
Dating back to 1899, this is one of the oldest interstate rivalries in the West and among the oldest for both schools. The two teams have met over 100 times with the winner of the game being awarded the Bronze Boot Trophy in each game since 1968. The rivalry has become incredibly contentious and has been increasingly competitive. The Rams own a lead in the overall series, but the Cowboys have a slight edge in the Trophy Series, making the last half century the most compelling in the rivalry’s history.
Colorado State vs. Air Force
One of the better rivalries in the State of Colorado, this matchup dates back to 1957. The Rams and Falcons meet for the right to bring the Ram-Falcon Trophy back to their side of Colorado. CSU and Air Force have met over 50 times in their history. Since 1999 having both schools have been members of the Mountain West Conference. This game has it all with MWC Mountain Division, Conference Championship aspirations, and State bragging rights on the line.
2011 Colorado State Football Preview
Although Colorado State struggled to a 3-9 record in 2010, such may not be the case this year. The Rams are returning a number of key pieces in 2011, and with fourth year coach Steve Fairchild at the helm, they will have some experienced leadership. With a favorable schedule and a bit of luck, there's no reason why the Rams can't get back to the post season.
The offense will be led by sophomore quarterback Pete Thomas, who started every single game as a true freshman last season. Although he had his fair share of growing pains, he certainly has the skill set to be a big time quarterback. He'll also have the help of some talented role players including junior receiver Lou Greenwood, and linemen Paul Madesen and Joe Caprioglio.
As for the defense, the Rams are blessed with one of the most talented players in the country in linebacker Mychal Sisson. The senior will lead the relatively experienced defense which features sophomore Mike Orakpo at linebacker and senior strong safety Ivory Herd, both of whom can make waves in a conference that will be ripe for the taking.
2010 Colorado State Football Preview
Despite the recent woes of the Colorado State football team, 2010 might be the year that starts a long-term run toward to the top of the Mountain West Conference. In 2008, new coach and former Rams quarterback Steve Fairchild led the team to fourth place in the conference and a bid to the New Mexico Bowl, its first bowl game invitation in three years.
But the Rams were unable to build on that success last season, finishing in last place with a 3-9 overall record and 0-8 record within the conference.
On the bright side, Colorado State has taken on enough young talent to begin rebuilding their program. Though no starting quarterback has been selected this season, one thing's for sure: - it will be a freshman. Pete Thomas and Nico Ranieri are competing to be the new offensive spark as the Rams start 2010. Whoever wins the spot will be responsible for helping develop a young offensive line and getting a slew of new running backs and receivers enough touches to gain experience in future seasons.
As Colorado State looks to get back on its feet, the biggest game all year might be the season opener, the Rocky Mountain Showdown against Colorado on September 4th.
2009 Colorado State Football Preview
The Colorado State Rams head into their 2nd season under Head Coach Steve Fairchild. CSU finished at 7-6 in 2008, a record they should improve upon in 2009 even in a tough Mountain West Conference. If the Rams do get things going in the right direction out of the gate, then expect the crowds at Sonny Lubick Field to be rocking in 2009.
2008 Colorado State Football Preview
The Colorado State Rams football team will embark on an exciting season this year and begin a new era in Rams football. With a new coach in Steve Fairchild, the offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills, Colorado State will fight to improve their standing in the Mountain West Conference (MWC) and hope to secure a bowl bid this coming season. Fairchild learned as an assistant coach at Colorado State under Rams coaching legend Sonny Lubick and has received a full endorsement form the outgoing coach. Hughes Stadium in Ft. Collins will fill to capacity this season as Rams fans get a peek into the future of their beloved football program.