April 17, 2014
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Ram Ruckus, the popular student spirit group of Colorado State athletics, has announced several exciting changes as it heads into its third year.
Ram Ruckus, which in the past has required students to purchase a yearly membership, will now be free to all full-time CSU students. This will allow for more students to get involved during Rams sporting events.
The most noticeable change will be made to the Ram Ruckus logo, which will now incorporate the iconic ram horns. The goal is to take the brand and mentality of success that relates to the ram horns to all CSU sporting events via the student spirit group.
The quickest way for students to get involved is to download the Ram Ruckus app, available for Android and iPhone. Members of Ram Ruckus with the app will have exclusive access to prizes, giveaways and special promotions. Students must fill out their entire profile on the app to begin receiving awards. This summer, Ram Ruckus members who do not have a smart phone will have access to a web-based portal.
Fans will earn points for checking into CSU athletics games and other events. These points can be used to redeem official CSU apparel or exclusive access, like sideline passes at a Rams football game.
Students can begin participating this Saturday, April 19, at the annual Green and Gold Spring Game. The first 200 students that check-in at Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium will receive a redeemable coupon on their mobile device for free BBQ at the game. The Ram Ruckus BBQ begins at 11 a.m.
The spring game will also be the first chance for students to purchase tickets to the 86th meeting between Colorado State and Colorado. Kickoff is set for Friday, August 29. Student tickets are $20. Those students who can’t attend Saturday’s game can purchase tickets beginning Monday, April 21 on CSURams.com.
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