Being a true Ram fan means showing CSU pride by wearing CSU's colors, or "bleeding green and gold." Green Outs were created to encourage Ram fans to wear green on game days and on the Fridays before athletic events. Green Outs establish a tradition of wearing green shirts to games to make the crowd a unified and intimidating factor in all home games.
To help foster the Green Out mission, the Associated Students of Colorado State University (ASCSU) distributes For-Ever-Green T-shirts to students at home athletic events throughout the year. For-Ever-Green shirts allow people to show their Ram Pride and learn the CSU Fight Song. Wearing green, especially on game days, is a true sign of Ram Pride.
2014 Fall Camp notebook: Day 14
As the Colorado State football program embarks on another two-a-day, the coaching staff switched ...
2014 Fall Camp notebook: Day 13
The Rams wrapped up their second week of Fall Camp on Saturday with an afternoon practice just...
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2014 Fall Camp notebook: Day 12
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2014 Fall Camp notebook: Day 11
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The Colorado State women's soccer program is happy to announce that Alejandro Pacheco has won the...
2014 Fall Camp notebook: Day 9
Tuesday was the first scrimmage of Fall Camp at Hughes Stadium, which means the players were back...