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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2013
In about a week, Stanton Kidd will visit Fort Collins, Colo., for the first time in his life. The former Edmondson star will make his trip out West as the newest member of the Colorado State men's basketball team. “They never pressured me to sign or pressured me for a verbal commit,” said Kidd, who is transferring to CSU from North Carolina Central. “I got tired of waiting. I knew I wanted to go there. Other schools were calling, so [I thought] 'I'll just go ahead. I'll get it done early - this is where I want to go.'” In March, Kidd wrapped up excellent first college season at NCCU, averaging 14.5 points and 6.9 rebounds for the Eagles.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2013
In about a week, Stanton Kidd will visit Fort Collins, Colo., for the first time in his life. The former Edmondson star will make his trip out West as the newest member of the Colorado State men's basketball team. “They never pressured me to sign or pressured me for a verbal commit,” said Kidd, who is transferring to CSU from North Carolina Central. “I got tired of waiting. I knew I wanted to go there. Other schools were calling, so [I thought] 'I'll just go ahead. I'll get it done early - this is where I want to go.'” In March, Kidd wrapped up excellent first college season at NCCU, averaging 14.5 points and 6.9 rebounds for the Eagles.
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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | November 23, 2005
Colorado State University, a veteran postseason team, yesterday accepted an invitation to meet Navy in the inaugural Poinsettia Bowl on Dec. 22 in San Diego. From Fort Collins, Colo., the Rams will be making their ninth bowl appearance in the past 11 seasons under coach Sonny Lubick and will be playing the Midshipmen for the first time in their history. Colorado State qualified again for a bowl by winning its Mountain West Conference finale at the Nevada-Las Vegas, 31-27, last weekend, finishing with a 6-5 record.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | September 23, 2012
There is a defiance in the way that Maryland quarterback Perry Hills has responded to being sacked more than all but three quarterbacks in the Football Bowl Subdivision. Hills, a freshman, was sacked five times in Maryland's 31-21 loss to No. 8 West Virginia. On a sixth play, he was slammed in the back by Mountaineers safety Travis Bell on a play in which the Terps were penalized for a false start. "Just got the wind knocked out of me," Hills said. Asked if the punishment he absorbed was his worst this season, the former state champion wrestler seemed to not want to concede the point.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 7, 2003
COLLEGE PARK - Lynnsy Jones had 15 kills and hit .333, but No. 25 Maryland fell in the second round of the NCAA volleyball tournament, 30-23, 30-28, 30-26, to No. 12 Colorado State last night at Comcast Center Gymnasium. Maria DiLivio was the only other Terrapin in double digits for kills, recording 10 of them while hitting .364, while Fiona DeFreitas had a match-high 16 digs. The Terrapins fell behind early in the first game at 21-12 and never recovered despite getting six kills from Jones.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | March 17, 2001
In real terms, Gampel Pavilion on the University of Connecticut's campus in Storrs, is only 11 years old, hardly old enough to qualify for shrine status. But, in women's basketball circles, Gampel, the 10,000-seat home of the defending champion and top-ranked Huskies and 47 straight regular-season sellouts, is sacred territory, and its aura may be powerful enough to have an effect on tonight's Maryland-Colorado State NCAA tournament game. "I've been to the gym. I know how the crowd is. It's a great atmosphere to play in. I'm very excited," said Maryland guard Marche Strickland, a native of Kingston, Mass.
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December 18, 2001
New Orleans Bowl Colorado State (6-5) vs. North Texas (5-6) TV: ESPN2, 8 p.m. Line: Colorado State by 11 1/2 . Key matchup: Colorado State's running game vs. North Texas' run defense. Colorado State's passing offense is weak, meaning the Rams must run to win. UNT has been solid against the run, thanks to LBs Brad Kassell and Cody Spencer, who combined for 198 tackles. North Texas allowed just one 100-yard rusher all season, and Kassell was Defensive Player of the Year in the Sun Belt Conference.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | December 2, 1996
The landscape has changed for Sonny Lubick.Lubick, the Colorado State football coach, has confirmed that he will interview for the opening at Maryland, probably tomorrow.Miami wanted Lubick two years ago, but the threat of NCAA probation was a factor in his decision to turn down the Hurricanes. Now, the politics of the bowl alliance could hasten his departure from Colorado State.Maryland fired Mark Duffner a week ago today, and Lubick is the latest candidate to acknowledge an interest in becoming Terps coach.
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September 1, 2002
Heisman stock Rising: Florida QB Rex Grossman: 337 yards, 2 TDs Falling: Florida State QB Chris Rix: 10-for-18, 2 INTs Top performers Byron Leftwich: Marshall QB: 469 yards passing, 4 TDs Quincy Wright: rushes for a New Mexico-record 265 yards Upset of the day Colorado State: The unranked Rams jump to a 13-0 lead and hang on to defeat No. 7 Colorado, 19-14.
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December 30, 1994
No. 20 MICHIGAN (7-4) vs. No. 10 COLO. STATE (10-1)Site: San DiegoTime: 9 tonightTV: ESPNOutlook: A national championship was at stake the last time Michigan played in the Holiday Bowl. The Wolverines lost to Brigham Young in 1984, allowing the Cougars to claim their only national title. The stakes are not as high this year, but this game is still a milestone for Colorado State, which won its first Western Athletic Conference title and is playing in its first Holiday Bowl. Colorado State suffered its only loss of the season to Utah and has a victory at Arizona this season.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | December 9, 2011
Terps first-year offensive coordinator Gary Crowton said today that he is interested in the Colorado State job "because I played there and at some point I want to be a head coach again" but that his focus is on turning Maryland's fortunes around. "I am very happy at Maryland. I am looking forward to having a winning season in 2012," Crowton replied to me in a text message. "I don't think there is much of a story at CSU at this point. My focus is on recruiting and finding ways to make the [Terps]
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By Matt Vensel | December 9, 2011
Less than a month after the disaster that was the 2011 Maryland football season ended, offensive coordinator Gary Crowton is making it no secret that he wants out of College Park. Crowton, who joined Randy Edsall's staff at Maryland after four seasons at LSU, is openly campaigning for the Colorado State head coaching job. Crowton, who had mixed success as a head coach at Louisiana Tech and BYU, told The Denver Post that he would “very much so” like to coach at Colorado State , where he played college ball for a while in the 1970s.
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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | December 21, 2005
San Diego --In the East, he is probably viewed as one of the most successful, least-known collegiate head coaches who work on the west side of the Mississippi. At the relatively obscure station of Fort Collins, Colo., Sonny Lubick has taken a once-moribund program beyond respectability into a winning continuity that has earned the respect of his peers and the undying gratitude of Colorado State's alumni and the local gentry. "We're a college town of 125,000. The university is the real hub of the community," said the school's media relations director, Gary Ozzello.
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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | November 23, 2005
Colorado State University, a veteran postseason team, yesterday accepted an invitation to meet Navy in the inaugural Poinsettia Bowl on Dec. 22 in San Diego. From Fort Collins, Colo., the Rams will be making their ninth bowl appearance in the past 11 seasons under coach Sonny Lubick and will be playing the Midshipmen for the first time in their history. Colorado State qualified again for a bowl by winning its Mountain West Conference finale at the Nevada-Las Vegas, 31-27, last weekend, finishing with a 6-5 record.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | September 3, 2004
In past years, the traditional season opener between Colorado and Colorado State was strictly a game between state rivals. That changed earlier this year, and most of the focus in Boulder tomorrow will be on embattled Colorado coach Gary Barnett. Barnett, who after being suspended temporarily by school officials managed to survive the scandal that rocked his program last winter, seems almost oblivious to this fact: His job will be in jeopardy until the Buffaloes demonstrate marked improvement on and off the field.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 7, 2003
COLLEGE PARK - Lynnsy Jones had 15 kills and hit .333, but No. 25 Maryland fell in the second round of the NCAA volleyball tournament, 30-23, 30-28, 30-26, to No. 12 Colorado State last night at Comcast Center Gymnasium. Maria DiLivio was the only other Terrapin in double digits for kills, recording 10 of them while hitting .364, while Fiona DeFreitas had a match-high 16 digs. The Terrapins fell behind early in the first game at 21-12 and never recovered despite getting six kills from Jones.
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By Dan Bouges and Dan Bouges,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 18, 2001
STORRS, Conn. -- The Colorado State Rams tied a school best and set an NCAA tournament East Regional record by making 14 three-pointers in an 83-69 victory over Maryland last night in a first-round game. It was a battle of three-pointers vs. two-pointers, as Maryland (17-12) couldn't keep up with the blistering pace set by the Rams' perimeter offense. Colorado State (25-6) built a 60-45 lead with a key 18-7 run a few minutes into the second half. Four different Rams players made three-pointers during the stretch.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 6, 2003
Maryland's volleyball team kept its season going with a three-game sweep of American in the first round of the NCAA tournament, 30-24, 30-25, 30-28, yesterday in College Park. Lynnsy Jones had 16 kills for the Terrapins, who improved to 27-7 and will face Colorado State (29-4) in the second round tonight at 7 at Comcast Center. Maryland, the Atlantic Coast Conference champion, led most of the first two games before rallying from 28-25 down to win Game 3. Lauren Wilson served out the match with a four-point streak.
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September 1, 2002
Heisman stock Rising: Florida QB Rex Grossman: 337 yards, 2 TDs Falling: Florida State QB Chris Rix: 10-for-18, 2 INTs Top performers Byron Leftwich: Marshall QB: 469 yards passing, 4 TDs Quincy Wright: rushes for a New Mexico-record 265 yards Upset of the day Colorado State: The unranked Rams jump to a 13-0 lead and hang on to defeat No. 7 Colorado, 19-14.
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