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Colorado State using bye week to get healthy

The Colorado State Rams will limp into their bye week hoping to get healthier.

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The first half of the season was not kind to the Colorado State Rams. Since beating the rival Colorado Buffaloes, they have lost every game on their schedule while suffering a menagerie of injuries all over the field.

Finally, they will limp into their bye over the weekend, which will give them a chance to heal some of their ailments. The team will be taking it easy during the week, giving the players Monday, Friday and Saturday off. Getting back defensive lineman Zach Tiedgen will be a big plus for the Rams if he can get healed up during the week, and there were some reports that quarterback Garrett Greyson may be back for their next game as well.

In addition to those two big names, the Rams could also welcome back safety Austin Gray as well as defensive linemen John Froland and Curtis Wilson.

Their bye week will come to an end on Oct. 27, when the Rams face the Hawaii Warriors in Ft. Collins.