Colorado State Vs. Air Force: Rams Seek First Mountain West Win Of 2012

Colorado State will hop down I-25 on Saturday to face the Air Force Falcons in Colorado Springs.

Since beating the Colorado Buffaloes, the Colorado State Rams have stumbled to a 1-3 record. They can start to right the ship on Saturday when they travel down I-25 to Colorado Springs for a game against the 1-2 Air Force Falcons. It will be CSU's first conference game of the season, while the Falcons will be looking to rebound from a loss in their first.

If they want to take a win from the Falcons, the Rams offense has to step it up -- they have yet to score more than 22 points in a game this year and have struggled without star tailback Chris Nwoke. The Air Force defense won't be as much of a threat to them though, as Air Force has struggled to keep the ball out of their end zone this year, allowing 38 points to the UNLV Rebels as they dropped their conference opener.

The game will be at noon MT. It will be televised around Colorado on Altitude.

For more on the Colorado State Rams, Air Force Falcons, and every other team in the Mountain West Conference, head over to Mountain West Connection. Make sure to check out SB Nation's College Football hub for more on NCAA gridiron, and head over to SB Nation's YouTube Channel as well:

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