Friday, October 15, 2021

Keeler: CSU Rams doesn’t look like Steve Addazio promised. Not hard. Not the body. Not nice. And, sadly, not very good.

The login box could not be resolved. The new Belgian porch will not fall off. A 4,242-square-foot video board may capture an image of the opposing quarterback in flight, but it cannot pull him down from behind.

The Colorado State Football Team is a 15-year-old young man whose parents cannot afford a red Corvette. From time to time, the child ran a lap at 110 miles per hour, mocking the farmer, pumping tires, and turning his head.

Within a few minutes, he wrapped the baby around a telephone pole.

South Dakota 42, CSU Rams 23.

Thanks, City Meyer.

Not that the Rams participated in a rowing race in their backyard. It’s not that they were humiliated on national television by a subdivision of the football tournament-a strong team. Not because they gave the hares a check for $450,000 to get the privilege of being kicked for three hours.

This is the way They are out of control. ‘The rabbit is bigger. Stronger. hurry up. Tougher. The sound is louder. In every category where CSU second-year coach Steve Addazio claims his team has performed well, the Rams are the second best.A sort of distant Second, there.

South Dakota 42, CSU Rams 23.

Trey McBride is back this?

“I have said that we have one of the best top seven players in the country (defensive), and we give up 7 yards every time we rush the ball,” Adazio told reporters after the game. “This can’t happen.”

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