Bobo: Colorado State running back Treyous Jarrells has left football team

Keegan Pope

Colorado State running back Treyous Jarrells (3), runs through a CU defender's tackle during the 2014 Rocky Mountain Showdown. (Austin Simpson/Collegian)
Colorado State running back Treyous Jarrells (3), runs through a CU defender’s tackle during the 2014 Rocky Mountain Showdown. (Austin Simpson/Collegian)

Colorado State senior running back Treyous Jarrells has left the program, according to head coach Mike Bobo. 

Jarrells, who rushed for 450 yards and six touchdowns a season ago as the backup to Dee Hart, had only carried the ball seven times for 28 yards this season. He missed the season opening game against Savannah State after having arthroscopic knee surgery during preseason camp, and did not see a single snap in CSU’s 27-24 overtime loss to Colorado.

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In the 2014 Rocky Mountain Showdown, Jarrells rushed for 121 yards and a touchdown, helping the Rams to a 31-17 victory. He and Hart became the first duo of CSU running backs to each rush for 100 yards in the same game since 1996. 

“Treyous has decided he doesn’t want to be part of this football team, and so we’re moving forward,” Bobo said. “We’ve got JO (Jasen Oden), Izzy (Matthews) and Deron (Thompson) ready to go.”

Bobo declined to comment on the situation any further. 

Collegian Senior Sports Reporter Keegan Pope can be reached at kpope@collegian.com and on Twitter @ByKeeganPope.