Outside of an injury to star linebacker Mychal Sysson the Colorado St. Rams could not be happier with this game. The Rams are winning 28-0 and dominating Northern Colorado in every aspect in the game. The Rams have out gained the Bears 269 yards to 49 yards, 15 first downs to three first downs and nearly double the time of possession in favor of the Rams.
Colorado State drove down the field on their first drive of the game to go up 7-0 on a two-play, 33 yard drive that was set up by an interception by Ivory Herd and then a 31 yard rush by Raymond Carter. Jake Levin scored the touchdown on a two-yard reception.
The Rams scored on every possession after that with the exception an interception that Pete Thomas has thrown. The star player on the day for the Rams is running back Raymond Carter who has two touchdowns and 68 first half yards. The running game has been impressive in the first half, and that is a good sign since the running game had some issues against New Mexico. Quarterback Pete Thomas is also having a solid game as he has completed 17-of-21 passes for 155 yards, a touchdown pass and the one interception.