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Zac Koch

Koch: What can we learn from McElwain’s “The Climb” now that he’s gone?

Zac Koch December 12, 2014

After their first bowl win in five years at the New Mexico Bowl last season, Jim McElwain and the CSU Rams football team started talking about "The Climb". And after a 10-2 season and a bid to the...

[Highlights] CSU sweeps Denver in first round of NCAA Tournament

[Highlights] CSU sweeps Denver in first round of NCAA Tournament

Zac Koch December 5, 2014 Video by Keith Albertson, CTV Sports Friday night CSU played their first match of the NCAA volleyball tournament at Moby Arena since 2009. Facing their in-state rival, the Denver...

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Koch: Past favors CSU volleyball going into NCAA Tournament

Zac Koch December 4, 2014

One more time, Moby. The Colorado State Rams played their last regular season home match against Wyoming last Wednesday, which they won in four sets. That win marked CSU’s fourteenth win in Moby...

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Koch: Why can’t CSU crack the CFP Top-25?

Zac Koch November 20, 2014

After jumping up a spot to No. 22 in the AP top 25 over the weekend, CSU had high hopes of making it into the College Football Playoff rankings this week. The Rams were able to relax last Saturday...

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Koch: CSU sports at its best in over 10 years

Zac Koch November 13, 2014

Let's take a moment to appreciate something. There has not been a year as exciting as this for CSU sports in over 10 years. A decade. When was the last time you were apart of something that hadn't...

Eric Waring celebrates after scoring a go-ahead goal in the second period. Photo Credit: Thomas Miller

Rams top CU 5-3 in Rocky Mountain Faceoff

Zac Koch November 7, 2014

In the Rocky Mountain Faceoff Thursday night, the Colorado State club hockey team topped the Colorado Buffaloes 5-3 in an intense game. Austin Ansay put the Rams up early with a goal just a few minutes...

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What’s next for CSU volleyball after second loss?

Zac Koch November 6, 2014

After suffering a loss to UNLV last weekend, the CSU volleyball team moved down from No. 7 to No. 10 in the AVCA Division 1 rankings, snapping an 18-game winning streak. The supremacy is over. Or...

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Thanks for the memories, Champ Bailey

Zac Koch October 30, 2014

Sept. 12, 2004: the opening Sunday Night Football game of the NFL season. Champ Bailey was starting his first game as a Denver Bronco after a trade with the Washington Redskins for Clinton Portis...

Deedra Foss sets the ball up for a spike at practice in October of last year. (Collegian File Photo)

Senior setter Foss leading elite CSU offense

Zac Koch October 29, 2014

If you’ve ever been to Moby Arena during a CSU volleyball game, you’ve witnessed a few vicious spikes from the likes of Jasmine Hanna, Kelsey Snider or Marlee Reynolds. They soar up to the net...

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El Nino year could make for an ideal ski season

Zac Koch October 23, 2014

El Nino approaches. While Denver experiences some heavy snow every year, averaging about 53 inches of snowfall annually according to the Weather Channel, El Nino years are particularly nasty. And...

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Koch: Who can beat CSU volleyball?

Zac Koch October 16, 2014

On Saturday, the CSU volleyball team moved to 18-1 with a quick sweep over Fresno State. It was no surprise, as the Rams were coming in with the best offense in the Mountain West playing a Fresno...

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Koch: Why we keep watching sports

Zac Koch October 9, 2014

As of late, the sports world has been a typhoon of scandal, controversy and all sorts of trouble. The scope of athletics has narrowed down to more negativity this year than any year in recent memory....

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