Monthly Archives: September 2011

Looking for a Good time

Before the season started, the Colorado State coaching staff said they intended to play all three running backs, and if one of them stood out, they may become the workhorse. That back still hasn’t come forward, through four games, but … Continue reading

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Still playing the part

Mychal Sisson is a captain, and on Saturday, despite not being able to suit up, he still represented the team. CSU head coach Steve Fairchild sent him out with the other captains for the coin flips, which the coach feels … Continue reading

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Always looking

CSU volleyball coach Tom Hilbert craves aggressive play from his athletes — just watch his expression if a hitter dinks a shot over the net when he wanted a full-on kill swing — but he brings an aggressive style to … Continue reading

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Still some work to do

Defensive end Nordli Capi enters Saturday’s game at Utah State with six sacks, which leads the nation. In that way, he’s been a true boost for the Colorado State defense after the loss of Broderick Sargent. Then again, coaches always … Continue reading

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Go ahead and make it five

Nuku Latu was in a red jersey and shorts at practice Wednesday, making it less likely the senior defensive tackle will be playing in Saturday’s game at Utah State. Coach Steve Fairchild said there is hope, saying it may be … Continue reading

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Making the stop

Colorado State’s defense had done two things very well heading into the Colorado game: Tackle well and create turnovers. The Rams didn’t do either in the 28-14 loss. There were not takeaways, and defensive coordinator Larry Kerr counted missed tackles … Continue reading

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Going fourth

Two games into the season, Colorado State head coach Steve Fairchild has already shown a penchant for putting his cards down on the table. The Rams are second in the nation in fourth-down attempts, going for it seven times (Army … Continue reading

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New look to Lubick

Fans entering the grounds at Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium were witness to multiple improvements around the facility. The parking facilities were upgraded, as well as the landscaping around the area; no longer does it look like a stadium in … Continue reading

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An extra year for Sargent?

Colorado State will try to get Broderick Sargent, the junior defensive end who is out for the year with an ACL injury, an extra year of eligibility, but it will have to come through the NCAA and not the Mountain … Continue reading

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This is supposed to be fun

According the to the players in the locker room after Saturday’s victory, there is a more positive vibe this year, especially coming from the coaches. CSU coach Steve Fairchild said he still did a fair amount of “ass-chewing” on the … Continue reading

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