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Colorado State Rams (7-6)


Fri. 9/2 Sat. 9/10 Sat. 9/17 Sat. 9/24
@ Colo
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vs. UTSA
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vs. NoCol
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@ Minn
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Colorado State WR Rashard Higgins jumps to NFL

Fort COLLINS, Colo. (AP) Colorado State junior receiver Rashard Higgins is entering the NFL draft.

The explosive wideout who goes by the nickname "Hollywood" announced his decision on Twitter late Wednesday night. He addressed his letter to "Ram Nation" and said there is "no place like home and y'all will forever have my heart."

Higgins leaves as the school's all-time leader in receptions, yards and touchdowns. Rams coach Mike Bobo wished him well on the CSU football Twitter page, posting a statement that says "Rashard will always be a Ram, and I have no doubt he will be successful as he joins his fellow former Rams proudly representing Colorado State in the NFL."

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Leaders
Passing Yards: N. Stevens2679
Passing TDs: N. Stevens21
Rushing Yards: D. Dawkins867
Rushing TDs: J. Oden Jr.6
Receiving Yards: R. Higgins1062
Receiving TDs: R. Higgins8
Interceptions: D. Elliott2
Schedule 2016
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/2 at Colorado TBA
9/10 vs. UTSA TBA
9/17 vs. Northern Colorado TBA
9/24 at Minnesota TBA
Mountain West
West
  Conference Overall
San Diego State 8-0 11-3
Nevada 4-4 7-6
San Jose State 4-4 6-7
Fresno State 2-6 3-9
UNLV 2-6 3-9
Hawaii 0-8 3-10
Mountain
  Conference Overall
Air Force 6-2 8-6
New Mexico 5-3 7-6
Utah State 5-3 6-7
Boise State 5-3 9-4
Colorado State 5-3 7-6
Wyoming 2-6 2-10
Offense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 5536 (39)
Passing Yards: 2965 (51)
Rushing Yards: 2571 (29)
Points per game: 29.6 (55)
Yards per game: 425.8 (42)
Touchdowns: 44 (51)
Field Goals: 16 (55)
Defense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 5077 (60)
Passing Yards: 2309 (10)
Rushing Yards: 2768 (105)
Points per game: 27.2 (60)
Yards per game: 390.5 (50)
Touchdowns: 39 (50)
Field Goals: 21 (107)
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Interviews

ARRAN ANDERSEN: Fan Late Night

Arran Andersen joins The Fan Late Night to give his thoughts on the Broncos parade and win in Super Bowl.

Mandatory Credit: Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

MICHELLE TUCKNER: Fan Late Night

Michelle Tuckner joined the Fan Late Night to recap and react to the Broncos parade in Denver today.

Mandatory Credit: Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

MALIK JACKSON: The Drive

Broncos defensive lineman Malik Jackson joins The Drive with Big Al and DMac to discuss the monster of a game he had on Sunday. Jackson scored the Broncos first touchdown of the game on a fumble recovery forced by Von Miller. Jackson talks about what has made this defense so incredibly special this season.

 

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