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Ratchet is a homeless pet in the Fort Collins area, his owner is Twyla.

Photo courtesy of Geoff Huebner

Overlooked in Fort Collins: The homeless pet predicament

Geoff Huebner April 22, 2016

There are many reasons why one might choose to get a pet - companionship, service or therapy, maybe even protection.When the owner of that pet is living on the streets, though, those reasons become amplified.The...

Warner brothers embody what it means to be a CSU lacrosse player

Warner brothers embody what it means to be a CSU lacrosse player

Geoff Huebner March 10, 2016

Different club sports teams at Colorado State require different amounts of commitment.There are those that have a handful of group members and meet only a couple times per week - if that. Then there is...

Dont overlook CSU-Nevada bowl matchup

Don’t overlook CSU-Nevada bowl matchup

Geoff Huebner December 28, 2015

Colorado State (7-5, 5-3 Mountain West) will travel to Tucson, Arizona to take on Nevada (6-6, 4-4 MW) in the Nova Home Loans Arizona Bowl Dec. 29. The all-Mountain West matchup will mark the first time...

In their words: Rams wrap up regular season with win over Fresno State

In their words: Rams wrap up regular season with win over Fresno State

Geoff Huebner November 29, 2015

FRESNO, CALIFORNIA – Coming into Saturday’s game, the Fresno State Bulldogs were sitting at 2-5 in the Mountain West and 3-8 overall. The Rams entered the matchup at 4-3 in MW play and 6-5 overall...

Recap: Hansley lights up Bulldogs as Rams top Fresno State

Recap: Hansley lights up Bulldogs as Rams top Fresno State

Geoff Huebner November 28, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mCYA5fIZyM Colorado State football team sings its fight song with Rams fans in attendance at Bulldog Stadium after beating Fresno State. (Video by Geoff Huebner)FRESNO,...

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Balance and discipline key for Rams in New Mexico matchup

Geoff Huebner November 19, 2015

The Colorado State Rams (5-5, 3-3 Mountain West) travel this weekend to take on New Mexico (6-4, 4-2 MW) at home where the Lobos are 4-1 this season.At the beginning of the year this matchup might not...

Colorado State receiver Joe Hansley, left, celebrates a touchdown earlier this season. (Abbie Parr/Collegian)

Mountain West bowl game outlook and predictions

Geoff Huebner November 18, 2015

The Colorado State Rams (5-5, 3-3 Mountain West) need to win at least one out of the final two games remaining on their schedule to receive NCAA bowl eligibility. The team hopes to get a key victory in...

Colorado State receiver Joe Hansley, left, celebrates a touchdown earlier this season. (Abbie Parr/Collegian)

In Their Words: Rams come out of Senior Day with 49-35 win over UNLV

Geoff Huebner November 14, 2015

The Colorado State Rams (5-5, 3-3 Mountain West) came out of Senior Day victorious for the fourth year in a row, defeating UNLV 49-35 at Hughes Stadium.For this year’s 26 seniors and the rest of the...

Colorado State won its season opener 65-13 against Savannah State. (Abbie Parr/Collegian)

Seniors ready to take Sonny Lubick Field one final time

Geoff Huebner November 13, 2015

Saturday’s game at Hughes Stadium will be the last time 26 seniors at Colorado State (4-5, 2-3 Mountain West) will represent the green and gold in front of their home fans. Those seniors, along with...

Cartwrights last home stand

Cartwright’s last home stand

Geoff Huebner November 13, 2015

A six-foot-four, 245-pound multi-faceted tight end is a great asset to have for a football team, but Colorado State tight end Kivon Cartwright’s value is not limited to on-field attributes.The fifth-year...

In their words: Rams bounce back against rival Wyoming

In their words: Rams bounce back against rival Wyoming

Geoff Huebner November 7, 2015

Saturday’s contest between Colorado State (4-5, 2-3 Mountain West) and the Wyoming Cowboys (1-9, 1-5 MW) was the 106th official rendition of the Border War and ended 26-7 in favor of the Rams.The Rams...

Border War could bring out the best in both struggling teams

Border War could bring out the best in both struggling teams

Geoff Huebner November 6, 2015

With a combined record of 4-13 overall and 2-7 in the Mountain West, this year’s Border War rivalry game between Colorado State (3-5, 1-3 MW) and Wyoming (1-8, 1-4 MW) might not appear that glamorous,...

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