Colorado State University Mens Basketball
Monday, November 23, 1998
Take to the road: The Rams will be on the road Wednesday, Nov. 25 against Texas Pan-American before returning home on Saturday, Nov. 28 against Eastern Michigan. (Nov. 23, 1998)
Rams move to 2-1 with win over Montana Tech: The Colorado State men's basketball team, behind a team-high 16 points from Milt Palacio, knocked off Montana Tech 69-55 at Moby Arena Saturday afternoon, Nov. 21, 1998. The Orediggers played the Rams extremely tough, holding the lead until 9:39 of the first half, when Colorado State took over the lead and the game never trailing again. Palacio, who was five of 12 from the field, including three of four from three-point land, led the Rams in scoring for the third-straight time this season. Junior Ceedric Goodwyn pitched in with 15 points on five of nine shooting, and sophomore Garret Patik added 12 and eight rebounds, which are both career bests. (Nov. 23, 1998)
Buffs end Rams Streak/B>: The Colorado Buffaloes managed to stop coach Ritchie McKay's first regular-season win streak at one game. The loss 67-75 loss moves the Rams to 1-1. The last CSU win in Boulder came 31 years ago, although the Rams have only played nine games in Boulder since 1957. The Rams played to within two points with four minutes left but CU's freshmen made the clutch free-throws needed to win the game.
Rams take on Buffs: With one win under their belts the Rams travel to Colorado's Coors Event Center tonight an take on the CU Buffs LIVE on Ramline.com. Tune in at 7:00 pm (MST) to get the complete game on Ramline.com.
Rams Start Season: The season begins tonight LIVE on Ramline.com. Tune in at 7:00 pm (MST) to get the complete game on Ramline.com.
Rams get High Five: The Rams finished their exhibition season with a win over High Five America. Get the details with the High Five America box score.
Bulls give Utah State a Morrill Victory (August 8, 1998) When the Chicago Bulls picked Tim Floyd to follow Phill Jackson who would have guessed the cascade of changes would have reached Colorado State University. However, with Thurdsay's resignation of CSU's coach Stew Morrill it has. See more in:
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