Monthly Archives: October 2011

Madsen holds out hope for UNLV game

Colorado State senior tackle Paul Madsen returned to the practice field on Tuesday, but did not take place in any team or contact drills. Dressed in full pads, the preseason All-Mountain West pick went through individual work as he returns … Continue reading

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Skipping the red

John Froland not only returned to the practice field, he did so without donning a red jersey to keep the redshirt freshman defensive tackle away from contact. Froland, who missed last week’s game with an ankle injury, says he’s ready … Continue reading

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Some positive signs

Seeing defensive tackle Te’Jay Brown walking around the practice field in shorts and a boot on his left foot was not good news for a Colorado State team already depleted at the position. What was good news was starter John … Continue reading

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Everybody is thinking Tebow

After Tuesday’s practice, Colorado State running back Chris Nwoke was being quizzed about the upcoming game with No. 5 Boise State by a local television station, with the last question posed about the Broncos. You know, the Boise State Broncos. … Continue reading

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A little extra work and rest

With the weekend off, Colorado State’s football team will resume preparation for the Boise State game on Monday, a normal rest day for the team. Colorado State head coach Steve Fairchild said it will benefit the team in two ways, … Continue reading

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Peak of the season

As daft as it sounds on first blush, there’s an argument to be made that the Colorado State volleyball team’s most notable accomplishment thus far in 2011 is not the preposterous five-set rally and victory over fifth-ranked Nebraska on Oct. … Continue reading

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A step ahead, a step back

Bye weeks generally serve two purposes: Get players healthy and focus on areas to improve. Colorado State is no different, even with top-five Boise State the next opponent on the schedule. Head coach Steve Fairchild is hopeful defensive tackle Nuku … Continue reading

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