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Rams Sports Review Jan. 27-29

Jan. 30, 2013

A recap of the Rams' recent sports action from

WBB: Rams remain atop Mountain West with 71-64 victory over Nevada

The Colorado State Rams (15-4, 7-1 MW) remained atop the Mountain West standings on Wednesday night after narrowly defeating the Nevada Wolf Pack (9-10, 4-4 MW), 71-64, in front of 1,202 fans at Moby Arena. Read more.

MBB: CSU drops 76-67 decision at Nevada

Jon Octeus poured in 21 points, and classmates Daniel Bejarano and J.J. Avila scored 17 and 12, respectively, but it was not enough to overcome an 11-0 Nevada run midway through the second half en route to a 76-67 road loss at the Lawlor Events Center on Wednesday night. Read more.

FB: 2014 signing class to be unveiled at Ram Roundup

Colorado State Rams fans are invited to hear head football coach Jim McElwain unveil his 2014 letter-of-intent signing class at the 2014 Ram Roundup on Feb. 5. Read more.

TEN: CSU adds German recruit

Colorado State’s women’s tennis coach Jon Messick announced the addition of Celine Voss on Tuesday afternoon. Read more.

FB: Bibbs invited to NFL Scouting Combine

Colorado State running back Kapri Bibbs will join teammates Crockett Gillmore and Weston Richburg at the NFL Scouting Combine held on Feb. 22-25 in Indianapolis, Ind. Read more.

MBB: Behanan enrolls in classes at CSU

Colorado State men’s basketball head coach Larry Eustachy announced Monday that Chane Behanan has been admitted to CSU, is enrolled in classes for the spring 2014 semester, and will join the Rams’ basketball program to complete his collegiate eligibility. Read more.

FB: Ex-Ram heading to the Super Bowl

Not long after the Denver Broncos beat the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game for the right to play the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII, Joel Dreessen got a call from one of his oldest friends, who wanted to reminisce about backyard football games in their hometown, Fort Morgan. Read more.