CSU Football Looks To Break A 20 Year Drought This Weekend
It's been a year for Colorado State football, it's actually be a rough few years for the program and while there are flashes of improvement, it just seems like so often the team just can't get out of its own way when it comes to putting a full and complete game together and the lack of wins proves that and this Saturday, the Rams are going to look to salvage the season and do something they haven't done since 2002, win a game in Colorado Springs.
In fact the Rams haven't beaten the Air Force Falcons, home or away since 2015.
Here's what that game looked like at the old Hughes Stadium:
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If the Rams are going to break this losing streak this weekend, they'll be pulling off quite the upset because the Rams are 22 point underdogs and will have to do it in Colorado Springs, a place they haven't won since Halloween night of 2002.
It's been so long I wasn't even able to find a video from that game so yeah, it's been a while so hopefully we can find a way to beat these guys.
It won't be easy as Air Force is stacked again on offense with a great running game and a stout defense that has helped the team capture this year's Commander-In-Chief's Trophy by beating both Army and Navy.
Overall, Air Force leads the series which dates back to 1957 by a 37-21-3 count and have only lost to the Rams twice since 2010.
Kickoff is set for Saturday evening at 8pm and you can catch every play on your home for Rams Football, K99.
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