Spring Football Preview: Colorado State Rams

Spring practice starts: March 25

Spring game: April 18

Three Things to Watch

  1. For the second consecutive season, the Rams will head into spring without knowing who their starting quarterback will be.  There will be a competition between Grant Stucker and Klay Kubiak,  as the two vie to replace Bill Farris.  Both played last season,  however neither were impressive in their limited playing time.
  2. The Rams need to replace star running back Gartrell Johnson who might be the toughest player to replace.  Also, running back Kyle Bell is gone as well, and the  two remaining running backs from last years team John Mosure and Alex Square did not play much. The Rams do have a junior college running back Leonard Mason enrolled this spring.
  3. The defensive needs to replace all four down lineman, however they do return six starters last year on a team that was ranked 97th in the nation.  A need for an improved defense is imperative if the Rams want to make another run at a bowl game.

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