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Free throws the key stat for Colorado State, Murray State

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A free-throw hardly captures the excitement of March Madness. But if No. 11 seed Colorado State and No . 6 Murray State have their way Thursday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, the charity stripe … Continue reading

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Nearly a lock for NCAA Tournament, Colorado State men’s basketball now seems destined to avoid ‘First Four’ games

LAS VEGAS — With all due respect to the Indianapolis 500, the NCAA men’s basketball tournament is arguably the greatest spectacle in sports. And for the first time since 2003, Colorado State is destined to partake in the madness. While … Continue reading

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Miles: Defense key to Mountain West tournament

While it’s commonly thought that guard play is the key to playing good tournament basketball, Colorado State coach Tim Miles says that’s not necessarily the case. “I think good defensive teams win in tournaments,” Miles said after the Rams’ practice … Continue reading

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Bubble spotlight not too bright for Rams

Everything seen and heard around the world of college basketball this time of year seems centered around the NCAA Tournament bubble, which is exactly where the Colorado State men’s basketball team finds itself entering tonight’s game against No. 17 UNLV … Continue reading

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Still plenty at stake for CSU men in today’s Border War

Baring a Rocktober-like run, the Colorado State men’s basketball team’s postseason aspirations have been reduced from four letters (NCAA) to three (NIT). Since winning seven straight from mid-December to mid-January, CSU has now dropped five of its last seven, with … Continue reading

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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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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 against  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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