2016 Colorado State Rams

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  1. Claimjumper

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    Since 2005, Colorado State has started 15, 16, 17, 15, 14, 13, 12, 10, 8, and 8 white starters.
    Expect a minor uptick to 9 this year (and potentially 10 dependent on how heavily they use their starting FB, Adam Prentice). Gone are the days of Sonny Lubick that showcased strong double digit white teams.

    This team will be led by returning Junior Nick Stevens who threw for 2700 yards and 21 TD's and 2nd year SEC disciple Mike Bobo, who was OC at Georgia that always featured one of the "fairer" SEC squads.

    The buzz around the team this year centers on not the team itself but 1. Their last year at their off campus stadium before moving into the on campus stadium that got shoehorned in and was vehemently opposed, and 2. the potential move to the Big 12 if and when they expand

    Offense
    Zach Golditch - LT
    Colby Meeks - LH
    Jake Bennett - C
    Fred Zerblis - RG
    Nick Stevens - QB
    Nolan Peralta - TE

    Defense
    Johnny Schupp - DT
    Evan Colorito - DE
    Jake Schlager - S

    The one to watch on Special Teams is Hayden Hunt, who was a runner up for the Ray Guy award last year
     
  2. Heretic

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    Finally (hopefully), Schlager's racial apprenticeship and WSTD days are over, if this projection is still true come first kickoff. He should have been a Nebraska recruit, being both born there and playing high school football there, but who would want a 6'2" 195 lb Safety that runs a sub 4.5? (sarcasm)
     
  3. Colonel_Reb

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    Ah, for the days of Kyle Bell in Fort Collins!
     
  4. Leonardfan

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    QB Collin Hill true freshman QB had a solid first start for CSU today.
     

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