Monthly Archives: January 2012

Rams look for biggest win in nearly three decades

If what they say about records — that they’re meant to be broken — is also true about streaks, then the Colorado State men have a chance today at home against San Diego State (Moby Arena, 2 p.m.). Because otherwise, … Continue reading

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After 2-0 week, women’s RPI jumps 38 spots

After a rough stretch that started in late November and lasted until the end of 2011 in which it lost 8 out of 10, the Colorado State women’s basketball team has been a whole different squad in 2012. With wins … Continue reading

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At Wyoming a must-win?

It feels a bit over-reactive to give a game in January the “must-win” tag, but that’s exactly what today’s game at Wyoming feels like for the Colorado State men’s basketball team — at least if the Rams want to make … Continue reading

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CSU men: The best shooting team in the country?

Winners of seven straight and ranked 22 in the latest RPI, the Colorado State men’s basketball is red-hot as it continues Mountain West play tonight at home against Boise State. A win over the Broncos would give the Rams their … Continue reading

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Bring on the Mountain West

Colorado State’s mens basketball team will head into Mountain West play on a six-game win streak. That’s the good news. The better news for coach Tim Miles is it is actually starting Saturday at home againstĀ  TCU. “First of all, … Continue reading

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Signs of life from Mestdagh

Colorado State coach Kristen Holt admitted as nice as Wednesday 73-39 win over Air Force to open the Mountain West was, it was just as important to see senior Kim Mestdagh show signs of coming out of her slump. “Yeah, … Continue reading

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Big minutes from the bench

With Colorado State backup center Trevor Williams nursing a sore back, redshirt freshman Chad Calcaterra picked up an extended look Saturday night at home in an 87-63 win over Nebraska Omaha. The 6-foot-10 post made the most of his time, … Continue reading

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What do fans want in an on-campus stadium?

As new Colorado State Jack Graham moves forward with his plans for an on-campus stadium, those in Ramnation have plenty of ideas about it. As it turns out, he’d actually like to know what they are, so the school has … Continue reading

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