How BYU, Utah and USU's opponents fared in week four
Colorado State Rams »38 of 39 «
Last Week: Lost to Alabama, 31-6
Up Next: vs. UTEP (1-2)
Colorado State came away from Tuscaloosa with a 25-point loss, but that's to be expected when you travel to play the No. 1 team in the land.
Rams head coach and former Crimson Tide offensive coordinator Jim McElwain was proud of his players.
“We challenged our guys to come in and go toe-to-toe, and I think the guys on the other sideline earned some respect for Colorado State University and these Rams and how hard they play the game,” he told the Coloradoan.
At least the Rams won't face any team as difficult as the Tide from here on out. This kind of baptism by fire should help the Rams in Mountain West Conference play.
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