2018 Colorado State Rams

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  1. Claimjumper

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    From 2005 through 2017, the Rams have started 15, 16, 17, 15, 14, 13, 12, 8, 8, 9, and 7 whites

    CSU will begin its 7th season under SEC occupation with 4th year head coach Mike Bobo on the hot seat to improve after 3 straight lackluster and forgettable 7-6 seasons. The transition from a Caste Football favorite to a dark, run of the mill college football team that boomer boosters love is complete with CSU set to start a record low 5 whites with very thin depth on the two deeps. We miss you Sonny Lubick!

    CSU looks to move on from 3 year starter Nick Stevens who had a respectable time leading the team. Red Shirt senior QB K.J. Carta Samuels (brother of Austyn) transfers in from Washington after four years of extremely limited field time and production (27/47, 310 yards, 3 TD) and will be the starter.

    There has been buzz building around Fullback Adam Prentice who played in all 13 games last year as a freshman and is seen as a potential NFL prospect. CSU traditionally is a more run happy program so expect his role to be more blocking rather than “production”.

    Max McDonald is the lone white starter on an otherwise coal black defense. He is a local kid from Fort Collins (a bit of a rarity on a team that used to be chock full of in state talent) and started all 13 games last year as a true sophomore recording 57 tackles and 1.5 sacks.

    Offense
    K.J. Carta-Samuels – QB (RS Senior)
    Adam Prentice – FB (RS Sophomore)
    Tyler Bjorklund – LT (Senior)
    C: Colby Meeks – C (Senior)

    Defense
    Max McDonald - LB (Junior)

    2nd stringers include: Brenden Fulton (WR), Brandon Derrow (DE), Tanner Clem (LB), Anthony Giusti (LB), Quinn Brinnon (S)
     
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  2. DixieDestroyer

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    Coach “Bloblo” learned his his caste mentor Mark Richt at thUGA. I hope he gets the axe at CSU. His darkening the roster hasn’t improved performance 1 iota.
     
  3. Bucky

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    Ditto. May this be the year the SEC occupation in the Rockies comes to an end! We sure do miss Sonny Claim jumper!
     
  4. RTTAS

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    From 17 to 5 in a little over a decade. Pathetic and a true example of the caste system in action. Whites at the high-intellect positions in QB, LT, and C but very bleak elsewhere.

    Regardless of how CSU are shaping up, a good write-up!
     
  5. Shadowlight

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    Thanks Claim.

    I echo all the sentiments above to go along with Claim's nail on the head report.

    Fools Gold and it is getting old. Every time a caste riddled team like Alabama wins a Championship too many coaches/teams try to follow the black players must be the answer blueprint. But what is good for the goose isn't always good for the gander and too often we see teams dip into mediocrity chasing the caste tail.

    Another good example of this myth is this irrational desire to fill up rosters with nothing but black Defensive Backs. Yet any real football fan has noticed the steep decline in DB play (on the college and NFL level) as a result of this practice.

    Claim brings up the glorious Lubick years which featured a more diverse roster. Sure at the end things faltered as is the way in life but in his heyday from 1994-2002 Colorado State hit double digit wins 4 times plus had three 8-4 seasons. They never dipped under .500. And beyond that they were always exciting.

    This new caste marinated regime has managed three mediocre 7-6 seasons and expect more of the same. And the team looks disjointed and out of sorts. Unwatchable. Back in the day Colorado State used to looked like they knew what they were doing and put a fine product out on the field. Not anymore. Fools Gold!
     
  6. Heretic

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    Telling article...'dat upside' not panning out as expected in Fort Collins after second straight blowout.

    CSU football can't fix problems until it identifies what's wrong
     
  7. Bucky

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    Clock is ticking for their caste bozo HC. They need to fire this asshole and get back to their Sonny Lubick roots!
     
  8. Heretic

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    The cucked AD needs to be fired along with him, but...

    Bobo received a five-year contract extension from athletic director Joe Parker last December, just before losing his third straight bowl game. It’s basically a guaranteed $10 million contract, with the university owing the coach $2 million a year for any remaining years through 2022 if they were to terminate the contract early for reasons other than misconduct or major NCAA violations.
     
  9. Bucky

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    Lol. So CSU is unwatchable until 2022?! Unreal. Damn right the cucked AD needs to go as well. Sad story. Amazing how a team with a solid athletic history can piss it all away trying to be an SEC stepchild. I'll be cheering for an ugly season for CSU.
     
  10. Leonardfan

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    So far it is going that way!
     
  11. Claimjumper

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    Bobo’s Affletes down 22 and about to lose to FCS Illinois State
     
  12. Bucky

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    Good news
     

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