Former CSU QB Garrett Grayson sounds off on Twitter after Rams’ loss to Boise State

Keegan Pope

(Highlights by Eric Wolf CTV 11 Sports

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Former Colorado State and current New Orleans Saints quarterback Garrett Grayson was apart of the revitalization of the CSU football program. Under former head coach Jim McElwain, the Rams turned a program that won three games for three consecutive years into one that was within two games of winning the Mountain West last season. After CSU’s 41-10 loss to Boise State Saturday night, which dropped the Rams to 2-4 overall and 0-2 in the Mountain West, Grayson had strong words on Twitter about CSU’s focus seeming to be more about their “swag” and less about their on-field performance.

 

Grayson had another tweet, which he deleted. After receiving backlash from CSU fans, Grayson clarified his comments on a few ensuing tweets. 

 

It’s safe to say expectations have been raised for Colorado State football. 

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