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Sports / Recreation

Rams host UNLV Wednesday

January 13, 2009

The Rams will look to rebound from Saturday's loss against BYU when they host UNLV on Wednesday. CSU has had a tough schedule in the early going of Mountain West action as the Rams' first three opponents have a combined record of 37-10 (TCU 11-5, BYU 13-2, UNLV 13-3).

Colorado State (5-11, 0-2) vs. UNLV (13-3, 1-1)

Travis FranklinWednesday, Jan. 14

7 p.m. - Moby Arena

The Rams will look to rebound from Saturday’s loss against BYU when they host UNLV on Wednesday. CSU has had a tough schedule in the early going of Mountain West action as the Rams’ first three opponents have a combined record of 37-10 (TCU 11-5, BYU 13-2, UNLV 13-3).

Tickets

Call (800) 491-RAMS, buy online, or visit the Rams ticket office at the McGraw Center.

Series History

The Rams and Rebels will be meeting for the 36th time. CSU will be looking for its first win over UNLV since Jan. 26, 2004, when the Rams topped the Rebels, 89-83, in overtime at Moby Arena. UNLV has won 11 straight meetings in the series.

CSU overall: 7-28  |  In Fort Collins: 4-12  |  On the road: 3-16

Broadcast Information

RADIO: The game can be heard on the Colorado State Sports Network (560 AM - KLZ Denver and 600 KCOL) with Rich Bircumshaw providing the play-by-play and Eric Friehauf serving as the color analyst.

LIVE STATS: www.CSURams.com

Matchup Quick Facts

  • Rams sophomore forward Andy Ogide tallied 12 points and eight rebounds in 23 minutes against BYU on Saturday. It marked his highest scoring and rebounding game since Dec. 14 vs. Stanford when he tallied 13 points and 10 rebounds.
  • Colorado State ranks second in the conference in offensive rebounds per game at 12.8. Sophomore forward Travis Franklin ranks ninth individually in that category with 2.1 per game.
  • The Rams and Rebels will meet on Wednesday and then again in Las Vegas on Feb. 14. Each of those games will not be televised but all the rest of the remaining Rams games this season will be broadcast live on The Mtn.

Contact: John Manuszak
Phone: (970) 491-5067