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What do you [the fans] think of the Border War?

The CSU football team is hoping for a great fan turnout in the annual Border War game, held for the second year in a row in Laramie. So Football Beat Reporters Cali Rastrelli and Katie O’Keefe toured around campus to get the fan pulse.

1. Do you think CSU will beat Wyoming?

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Chris Paffett

Chris Paffett Junior, Business Major: “Yes, it’s always a good game between us and Wyoming.”

Cody Smit
Cody Smit

Cody Smit Sophomore, Business Major: “Of course we are going to win, why wouldn’t we?”

Michael Beaulieu
Michael Beaulieu

Michael Beaulieu Sophomore, Business Major: “Absolutely. We need to redeem ourselves.

Melanie Amboroso
Melanie Amboroso

Melanie Amoroso Sophomore, International Studies and Anthropology: “I’m always hopeful, it would be awesome. I think they’ve gotten better, but maybe not quite up to winning.”

Justin Vlaanderen Junior, Business Management: “I think we have a good chance.”

2. How would it feel to have the Bronze Boot in Fort Collins again?

Pfaffet: “I think it would be cool to have that trophy on our mantel.”

Smit: “Das boot? I want to take a good, cold cruiser out of that boot. Probably Coors, the banquet beer.”

Amoroso: “It would be awesome, I would actually start going to games again.”

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Vlaanderen: “It’s a matter of pride, if you win against one of your rivals that’s huge, but you have to have a solid performance all season.”

Beaulieu: “It would mean a lot, I would like to feel that boot.”

3. Are you going to drive to Laramie?

Smit: “No, I have prior obligations.”

Vlaanderen: “No, I have a Christian Ministry deal this weekend.”

Beaulieu: “No, I have to transportation means.”

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