2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
0-0, 1st in MW - Mountain
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6dAdam Rittenberg

Mountain West to start in Oct., play 8-game slate

The Mountain West became the second league Thursday to approve a fall football season, announcing it will play an eight-game slate starting the weekend of Oct. 24.

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S. Carolina's Bobo disputes abuse claims at CSU

First-year South Carolina assistant Mike Bobo said he was offended by allegations that anyone on his former Colorado State staff or team says they were abused or treated with racial insensitivity.

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51dAdam Rittenberg and Heather Dinich

Mountain West postpones football, fall sports

The Mountain West will postpone its fall sports season indefinitely. The conference is looking to the spring as an option for football and other fall sports.

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53dMyron Medcalf

CSU players back Addazio amid abuse probe

A group of Colorado State players released a statement on Saturday on behalf of the football team that disputes the accusations against head coach Steve Addazio and his coaching staff as the school investigates intimidation and racism allegations.

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54dAndrea Adelson

CSU halts football activities amid abuse probe

Colorado State athletic director Joe Parker suspended all football-related activities Friday and asked the school to expand an investigation into the athletic department to include allegations of racism and verbal abuse in the football program.

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54dMyron Medcalf

CSU hires law firm that conducted Iowa probe

Law firm Husch Blackwell, which recently finished an investigation that detailed systemic problems within the Iowa football program's culture, has been hired by Colorado State to look into allegations concerning COVID-19 protocols.

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56dMyron Medcalf

CSU probing alleged neglect of virus protocols

Colorado State announced it was investigating allegations that athletic department leaders intimidated and threatened student-athletes as leaders sought to disregard COVID-19 protocols.

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63dAdam Rittenberg

Colorado State chooses to pause team activities

With eight positive COVID-19 tests out of more than 140 administered since testing began last month, Colorado State voluntarily paused team activities Wednesday, with the hope of resuming within two weeks.

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82dMark Schlabach and Heather Dinich

Pac-12 follows Big Ten in going conference-only

A day after the Big Ten announced it would play a conference-only schedule in all sports this fall, the Pac-12 voted to do the same Friday during a meeting of athletics directors, university presidents and conference officials.

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109dAlex Scarborough

CSU player, mistaken for Antifa, held at gunpoint

A Colorado State football player working for a roofing company was ordered to the ground and held at gunpoint on Thursday by a man who mistook the player and another employee as being members of the activist group known as Antifa.

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159dBill Connelly

MWC Mountain season preview: Who will compete with Boise State?

With nearly every team in the MWC's Mountain Division retooling, Boise State still leads the way ahead of the 2020 season. But will Air Force, Wyoming or even Colorado State give the Broncos a test for the division crown?

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294dAdam Rittenberg

Colorado State hires Addazio as head coach

Steve Addazio, fired earlier this month after seven seasons at Boston College, has been hired as Colorado State's new head coach, replacing Mike Bobo, the school announced Wednesday.

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301dAdam Rittenberg

Bobo reaches deal to step down at Colorado St.

Mike Bobo, who went 28-35 in five seasons at Colorado State but just 7-17 over the past two years, has reached an agreement with the university to step down as coach.

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Henderson, No. 20 Boise State hang on for 31-24 win over CSU

Jaylon Henderson accounted for three scores, defensive tackle David Moa came up with a big late sack and No. 20 Boise State beat Colorado State 31-24 on Saturday to finish undefeated in Mountain West conference play for the first time.

Henderson keeps it himself to pad Boise State's lead (0:17)
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Boise State DE tips INT to himself (0:29)
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Jackson fights his way in for a 16-yard TD (0:18)
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Air Force's late pick-6 was significant to many (1:24)
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318d

Hammond leads Air Force over Colorado State 38-21

Donald Hammond III ran for a touchdown and threw for three more, including a go-ahead 50-yard pass to Geraud Sanders early in the fourth quarter as Air Force shook off an early two-touchdown deficit to beat Colorado State 38-21 on Saturday night.

Team Stats

Passing Yards305.014th
Rushing Yards132.2103rd
Points For28.1166th
Points Against31.239th