The Colorado State Rams, out of Fort Collins, Colorado, play in the Mountain West Conference. Despite playing in only one bowl game before 1990, (which happened to be a loss in the 1949 Raisin Bowl), Colorado State has made up for lost time by playing in more than ten bowl games since that time. The major turning point for the Rams came in 1993 when Sonny Lubick took over as head football coach. Under coach Lubick, Colorado State played in nine bowl games.
The 1990 Freedom Bowl was one of the most memorable in Colorado State Rams history. The Rams etched out a hard fought victory over the Oregon Ducks 32-31 to take home their first ever bowl win. Another memorable game for the Rams came in the 2013 New Mexico Bowl. Colorado State rallied from a half-time deficit and scored 18 points in the 4th quarter, including a field goal as time expired to defeat the Washington State Cougars.
Colorado State fans have loved the Rams success and since most of their bowl games have been played in the western United States, many fans have traveled to see their Rams. With over 5 bowl wins in the last couple decades, the Rams are adding to their formidable bowl history each and every season. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Colorado State Rams Bowl Game tickets.
Colorado State Rams Recent Bowl Game History
Colorado State played the Washington State Cougars in the 2013 New Mexico Bowl for their first bowl appearance in 5 years. Despite trailing the Cougars 35-13 at one point, the Rams made an incredible comeback to win the game 48-45 with the game winning field goal coming as time expired.