Colorado State was looking like it might miss out on an offensive weapon in the Rocky Mountain Showdown after H-Back Jake Levin suffered a head injury that kept him out of preseason practices for a week.
Fortunately for the Rams, Levin has now said that he will be on the field for CSU against the Buffaloes as the head injury is no longer bothering him, despite a history of concussions:
A head injury that caused Colorado State starting H-back Jake Levin to miss about a week of preseason practice is no longer an issue, he said.
"I'm 100 percent go," said Levin, a junior from Legacy High School.
New coach Jim McElwain will need as much firepower as he can get if he hopes to be the first ever rookie CSU coach to beat the Buffs.
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