FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The Colorado State football program wrapped up its third Fall Camp under Head Coach Jim McElwain on Thursday afternoon, and starting tomorrow the focus will turn to the season opener against Colorado.
In the final practice of Fall Camp the Rams had an efficient practice and were able to finish early.
“We ended early today and it wasn’t because anything more than they completed the work in a fast tempo, and I was really kind of happy about it,” McElwain said.
McElwain was pleased with how the team attacked camp, and everything that they accomplished over the 22 practices.
“Part of that is just knowing how to work,” McElwain said. “These guys have proven they understand that. I see their conditioning level is something we haven’t had to worry about, because of the pace at which they practice and the tempo at which they practice. It is nice when you don’t have to waste time conditioning.”
The Rams will return to the practice fields south of Moby Arena on Friday afternoon and start to work against their scout team, which will line up in formations and run plays the team will see in the Rocky Mountain Showdown.
Fall Camp Notebook
Visitor: On Friday afternoon, Mountain West Commissioner Craig Thompson swung by the Colorado State campus to check out a Rams practice.
Single Game and Season Tickets on Sale: Colorado State season tickets are on sale now. A full season package starts as low as $130 and includes a ticket to the Rocky Mountain Showdown on Aug. 29, and all six home games at Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium. Individual tickets and mini-plan packages that include the Rocky Mountain Showdown and two other games are also on sale. All tickets can be purchased by calling 800-491-7267 or online here.
Schedule Update: Kickoff for Colorado State's Nov. 22 game vs. New Mexico at Hughes Stadium has officially been set for 11:30 a.m. The Mountain West and ROOT Sports on Friday confirmed the kickoff time, which had been tentatively listed as either 11:30 or noon, pending the release of the NBA schedule and related broadcast times.
Greg Myers: Rams fans can start Rocky Mountain Showdown week on Monday, Aug. 25, by joining Rams legend and College Football Hall of Famer Greg Myers for KCNC TV's Xfinity Monday Live, broadcast from Denver's Viewhouse Ballpark in LoDo. Be there to form a large CSU live audience and enter for a chance to win two tickets to the game on the 29th.
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