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
  • Montell Cozart becomes third Kansas QB to leave in two months
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    Montell Cozart becomes third Kansas QB to leave in two months

    If it wasn’t clear before, it is now — Kansas’ quarterback room will have a decidedly different look this coming season. On his personal Twitter account Tuesday afternoon, Montell Cozart announced his decision to transfer from the Jayhawks and finish his playing career elsewhere. The quarterback described it as “a tough decision that brought along a lot of prayer, sleepless nights, and meaningful talks with my family.” Cozart started five games as a true sophomore in 2014, then started three of the first four games of the 2015 season before a shoulder injury ultimately sidelined him for the remainder of the year.  After starting seven games this past season, he lost his job just past the midway

  • Vandy assistant Osia Lewis battling liver cancer
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    Vandy assistant Osia Lewis battling liver cancer

    A serious medical event has caused a shakeup on Derek Mason‘s Vanderbilt coaching staff. The football program revealed in an article posted to its official website Tuesday night that outside linebackers coach Osia Lewis is battling cholangiocarcinoma, a form of liver cancer.  The 54-year-old coach was diagnosed in mid-January after undergoing a battery of tests the last couple of months. Lewis, who is married with two children, has already started chemotherapy, although the school writes that, “[f]or now, the tumor is inoperable due to its location, but doctors are hopeful treatment will make an impact.” As Lewis continues to battle, he will move from his on-field role to what the program describes

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    Former East Carolina WR Jason Nichols returns to alma mater as RBs coach

    Once upon a time, Jason Nichols was a school-record holding receiver at East Carolina. On Tuesday, he officially returned to campus — as running backs coach. “Not only does Jason bring a wealth of coaching experience to East Carolina, he knows first-hand of the special bond that exists between Pirate Nation and our program,” head coach Scottie Montgomery said in a statement. “To have the opportunity to impact young men on the same campus and playing field where he earned his degree and competed is immeasurable. From a recruiting standpoint, I’m not sure if there’s anyone else who could tell a more compelling story of what it means to be a Pirate.” After leaving East Carolina in 1998, Nichols