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Rams Sports Review Oct. 24-27

Oct. 28, 2013

A recap of the Rams' recent sports action from

FB: CSU claims road win at Hawai'i

Sophomore running back Kapri Bibbs rushed for 137 yards and scored three touchdowns to help Colorado State defeat Hawai'i 35-28 Saturday night at Aloha Stadium. It was the Rams' second consecutive win on the road over a Mountain West opponent, a feat not accomplished by a Colorado State team since 2002. Read more.

VB: Reynolds keys No. 12 Rams' victory, CSU improves to 19-0

The Colorado State Rams (19-0, 10-0 MW) swept the San José State Spartans (5-16, 2-8 MW) with relative ease (25-12, 25-18, 25-11) on Saturday afternoon to remain one of the nation's two undefeated teams. The team's 19-match winning streak is tied for third-best overall in school history, and Saturday marks the fourth year that CSU has won its first 10 Mountain West matches. At 19-0, the Rams are off to their second-best start to a season, just one win away from matching their best-ever start, when they began the 2001 season 20-0. Read more.

MBB: Countdown to kickoff video series

With a new-look men's basketball roster that includes nine newcomers, is counting down the days until tipoff with 15 question-and-answer videos - one for each student-athlete - to help fans get to know the team in advance of the Rams' exhibition opener vs. the Regis Rangers on Nov. 2. Read more.

Soc: Spartans deny CSU's late surge

Colorado State applied significant pressure to try and force overtime vs. San José State at Spartan Stadium, but the Rams weren’t able to find the back of the net, falling 1-0 Sunday afternoon. Read more.

Soc: Rams fall to Fresno State

In yet another highly contested game in which a few key plays decided the outcome, the Colorado State Rams fell to 2-12-2 on the season and 1-8-0 in Mountain West play after losing at Fresno State, 3-0. Read more.

FB: Punter Hunt named Ray Guy Award candidate

Colorado State punter Hayden Hunt has been named a candidate for the Ray Guy Award given annually to the nation’s top punter. This is Hunt’s first time being named to the prestigious list, and is the second year in a row that a Rams' punter has earned consideration for the award. Last season, CSU punter Pete Kontodiakos also was named a candidate for the Ray Guy Award. Read more.

VB: Broadwater sparks big run in Rams' victory over Fresno State

The 2013 Colorado State women's volleyball team is the team that keeps on winning. With a 3-0 sweep over then-second-place Fresno State Thursday night (25-20, 25-19, 25-23), the No. 12 Rams (18-0, 9-0 MW) remained undefeated on the year to stay in control of the Mountain West with a two-game lead over UNLV. Read more.

MBB announces pair of schedule changes

Colorado State University officials announced Thursday afternoon that two changes have been made to the men’s basketball schedule, affecting the Rams’ exhibition opener vs. Regis and an early-December tilt vs. Southwestern Oklahoma State. Read more.