2009 Colorado State Football

Mojave grad ready for camp with Dallas Cowboys

Colorado State receiver Rashaun Greer, a Mojave High grad, catches a deep ball against UNLV on Oct. 4, 2008.

Mojave grad ready for camp with Dallas Cowboys
Fri, Apr 30, 2010 (2:05 a.m.)
Rashaun Greer has been fantasizing about this day for most of his life. Greer, a graduate of Mojave High in North Las Vegas, is a lifelong Dallas Cowboys fan. Friday, he will be a Dallas Cowboys player.


San Diego State forward Billy White raises his arms after the Aztecs defeated Colorado State 72-71 in Thursday's Mountain West Conference tournament quarterfinal game at the Thomas & Mack Center.
San Diego State slips past Colorado State in first round of MWC tourney
MWC TOURNAMENT: Rams give Aztecs unexpected test early
Thursday, March 11, 2010
With their hopes for an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament in the balance, San Diego State did just enough to escape Colorado State in the first round of the Mountain West Conference Tournament.


Colorado State 3-0 after 35-20 victory over Nevada
Saturday, September 19, 2009
Dion Morton figured he had thrown his final pass in high school. Keep this up and the Colorado State senior receiver may be flinging a few more. Morton threw a touchdown pass and hauled in another, leading the Rams to a 35-20 win over Nevada on Saturday. He has now thrown two touchdown passes on two attempts this season.


Colorado State edges Weber State 24-23
CSU Football:
Saturday, September 12, 2009
All Weber State quarterback Cameron Higgins had to do was take the snap as time was winding down, then fall forward to set up a chip-shot field goal to beat Colorado State. Colorado State edges Weber State 24-23 But Higgins couldn't secure the center-snap exchange. The ball deflected off his hands, and so did the Wildcats' chance for an upset. Guy Miller recovered the fumble deep in Colorado State territory with 42 seconds left as the Rams avoided an upset by winning 24-23 Saturday.


Stucker makes most of first start in CSU's upset win over Colorado
CSU Football:
Monday, September 7, 2009
Grant Stucker's patience finally paid off. The fifth-year senior quarterback made his first start Sunday night and led Colorado State to a 23-17 upset of Colorado, the Rams' first win in Boulder since 1986.


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