2014 Colorado State Rams Football Schedule
Each and every year in the Mountain West, the Rams have a schedule absolutely
loaded with top-tier matchups that pit them up against other talented teams, giving you plenty of reasons to put down the
remote and head out to see the action the way it was meant to be seen. With another talented roster filled with playmakers
that can turn the direction of a big game in a real hurry, the Rams are hoping to pile up the wins and again make a move up
the conference standings to provide another intense season of hard-hitting football. The Rams are coming off a solid 2013
season in which they notched winning record both overall and in conference play, but they'll need to play better if they're
going to climb to the top of the Mountain West standings.
One such occasion to prove themselves will come on Oct. 18
when the Utah State Aggies visit Hughes Stadium for a huge matchup that is sure to be the talk of campus leading up to the
opening kick-off. Other big matchups include UC Davis, (Sept. 13), Wyoming (Oct. 25) and plenty of others, giving you plenty
of reasons to keep an eye on the calendar of games to make sure that you don't miss a second of the action. But it's also
not just about the home games, as road matchups against teams like Boston College (Sept. 27), San Jose State (Nov. 1) and
Air Force (Nov. 28) are also sure to be filled with fanfare. With a schedule loaded with possibilities, it simply doesn't
get any better than Colorado State Rams' football.
Colorado State Rams Football Team Info
State Rams are back for another season sure to be loaded with highlight-reel catches, spectacular throws and nail-biting finishes,
making it the perfect time to start making your plans to join in the bone-jarring excitement. This is a team that has had
plenty of amazing players over the years, with guys like Gartrell Johnson, Jack Christiansen and many more starring for the
Rams, and the rosters these days always seem to be bursting with talented players who know how to light up a scoreboard in
a hurry. Being there in person is the only way to experience a college football game, and you can see that for yourself when
you get out to Hughes Stadium this season for all of the top matchups.
College Football Experience
your favorite team storms the gridiron for an electrifying matchup against a rival, you'll understand the difference between
seeing them on your fancy TV and seeing them from the stands. Once you've seen the game the way it was meant to be seen, the
home-viewing experience suddenly feels like taking a look at the Colosseum on a postage stamp. There's nothing quite like
being there when the game is on the line when your favorite team is looking to make one more big ply to see a big win, but
you're definitely not going to figure that out anywhere but the stadium.
Colorado State Rams Football History
Colorado State Rams football team dates back more than 100 years, as the Rams first hit the field back in 1893. The team has
called several conferences home over the years, but now play in the Mountain West Conference, a conference that is home to
some of the toughest teams in the country on an annual basis. The Rams have been to 14 bowl games over the course of their
history and have won their conference title 15 times, boasting two All-American players along the way. And as the Rams look
to add to their legacy and head deeper into an exciting new era, there has never been a better time to head out and join in
the action as the Rams look to make it happen in the Mountain West.
Colorado State Rams Football Trivia
you know that Gartrell Johnson set the record for most all-purpose yards in a bowl game?
During the 2008 New Mexico
Bowl, running back Gartrell Johnson simply couldn't be contained, as he rushed for 285 yards and added another 90 yards receiving,
setting an FBS record 375 total rushing and receiving yards.
Colorado State Rams Football Fans
State Rams have some of the best fans out there, and they can always be found at the Rams' home stadium when it's time for
a home game. Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium is simply the place to be if you love college football and are looking for
an amazing sporting event, though that's not something that you can truly appreciate sitting on your couch hoping to get a
glimpse of the game on that tiny little flatscreen. When the Rams are driving down the field in the middle of a game that
has yet to be decided, you'll be inching towards the edge of your seat in no time and it won't be hard to figure out what
Colorado State Rams football is about.