Dexter Wynn earned all-conference honors for the third season in a row in 2003 when he was named as a return specialist.
Colorado State ranked among the national leaders in 2003 in net punting average.
H-back Joel Dreessen was listed on the John Mackey Award ballot in 2002 and `03.
Kicker Jeff Babcock ranks among the school's career leaders in scoring, field goal accuracy, and total field goals.
Funk was a three-year starter and four-year letterwinner for the Rams from 1983-86, playing tight end, defensive end, and defensive tackle.
The Rams, in 1986, opened the season with a 23-7 win over in-state rival Colorado in Boulder.
Prominent Players Coached
Wynn finished 2002 ranked first in the Mountain West Conference in punt returns and sixth in the league in kickoff returns.
Babcock set the school's single-season record by kicking 24 field goals in 2002, including five in the team's opening-game win at Virginia.
Former Ram tight end Joel Dreessen was drafted by the NFL's New York Jets in 2005.
Lineman Erik Pears signed a free agent contract to play with the Denver Broncos in 2005. In 2007, former Rams Clint Oldenburg (New England, 5th round selection) and Josh Day (Minnesota, free agent), joined NFL teams.
2004- Colorado State University; Offensive Line Coach
2003 Colorado State University; Tight Ends/Special Teams Coach
2002 Northern Illinois University; Tight Ends Coach
2000-01 University of Rhode Island; Defensive Coordinator
1998-99 University of Rhode Island; Offensive Line Coach
1995-97 Mesa State College; Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach
1993-94 Mesa State College; Offensive Line Coach
1991-92 Muskingum College; Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line Coach
1990 Muskingum College; Defensive Line Coach
1988-89 University of Illinois; Graduate Assistant Coach
1987 Colorado State University; Student Assistant Coach