CSU Football: Rams Looking To Keep Offense Rolling Against UNLV
The Colorado State University football team has scored a total of 76 points in back-to-back wins.
The Rams (3-5) will look to keep its offense rolling when hosting UNLV (2-6) at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday at Canvas Stadium.
CSU wide receiver Warren Jackson has especially blossomed during the winning streak. He's made a combined 18 catches for 392 yards and three touchdowns in the past two games.
Jackson is now averaging 119.8 receiving yards per game — third in the nation and tops in the Mountain West Conference.
Last week, the Rams also overcame suspending its leading rusher Marvin Kinsey Jr. — he was let go from the team this week. Marcus McElroy rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns in his place last week and takes over as starting running back for the rest of the season.
While the Rams have won their past two, UNLV comes into the game losers of their last two. CSU coach Mike Bobo has won both his previous match-ups against UNLV.
A win would put the Rams above .500 in Mountain West Conference play — they are currently 2-2. The Rebels are 0-4 so far in Mountain West Conference play.
Here's what you need to know about Saturday's game...
Opponent: UNLV Rebels
Time: 1:30 p.m. Mountain Time
Date: Saturday, Nov. 2
Location: Canvas Stadium in Fort Collins
Radio: Power 102.9, home of CSU Rams Sports
TV: AT&T Sports Net