Colorado State Rams

MWEST FBS | 0-0
  • Passing Yards
    131st
    228.0 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    49th
    223.0 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    54th
    451.0 YPG
  • Former Michigan TE Jake Butt says college players should be able to cash in on likenesses
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    Former Michigan TE Jake Butt says college players should be able to cash in on likenesses

    For the record, Jake Butt shouldn’t “be paid” in the strictest sense of the term — to receive a paycheck for services rendered. Rather, the former Michigan tight end believes players should be able to profit from their statuses as college athletes when the NCAA, its conferences and member schools are already doing the same. (Having an extremely marketable last name probably contributed to the forming of this opinion.) “Something needs to change,” Butt told ESPN.com at Michigan’s pro day. “I don’t want a check from the NCAA. I don’t know if that’s something that’s likely. But the big thing is they say you can’t use your name to benefit. I can’t go into my favorite breakfast spot, Benny’s, I can’t

  • USF DB Hassan Childs in stable condition after overnight shooting incident
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    USF DB Hassan Childs in stable condition after overnight shooting incident

    USF defensive back Hassan Childs was injured in a shooting incident overnight. Fortunately, Childs is currently said to be in stable condition, according to USF. “We are deeply concerned that an incident occurred overnight in which one of our guys, Hassan Childs, was injured in a shooting,” a statement from USF head coach Charlie Strong said. “Thankfully, Hassan is in stable condition and being well cared for, and no one else was injured. There is an ongoing investigation of the incident and we are in the process of gathering further information.” The shooting took place off campus, but details about the incident have not been reported. Childs played in eight games for the Bulls last year. He

  • UConn hiring of Randy Edsall’s son questioned for ethics
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    UConn hiring of Randy Edsall’s son questioned for ethics

    Football coaches having their sons on a football staff is nothing new. It’s been done for decades, and is still done to this day. That is not stopping the Office of State Ethics in Connecticut from digging into a recent hire at UConn, where the hiring of Corey Edsall has come under investigation. Edsall is the son of UConn head coach Randy Edsall. Apparently, this line of questioning has been going on for months, according to The Courant. The Office of State Ethics is concerned whether or not the hiring of a head coach’s son as an assistant coach is in violation of the university’s Code of Ethics. According to the code, state employees are banned from using their position to benefit family members.