Colorado St. Rumors & News

  • Charges against CSU basketball player Gian Clavell dropped

    Coloradoan "Criminal charges against CSU men’s basketball player Gian Clavell stemming from a July arrest have been dropped. Clavell was arrested by Colorado State University campus police July 16 and charged with false imprisonment, a domestic violence enhancement and harassment after an argument with his..." August 25

  • CSU basketball player charged with harassment

    Coloradoan "CSU basketball player Gian Clavell was jailed overnight after an altercation with a female student that was witnessed by campus police. Gian Clavell-Lopez, 21, was charged Friday afternoon on misdemeanor counts of false imprisonment and harassment during an appearance in Larimer District Court...." July 20

  • Keyser to leave Colorado State basketball

    Reporter Herald "C.J. Keyser, an four-star high school recruit from Bel Air, Md., who signed with Colorado State in April, plans to play elsewhere, according to a tweet published Wednesday by Marcus Helton of CSU announced on April 17 that Keyser signed a National Letter of Intent with..." July 09

  • Colorado State snub left Larry Eustachy disgusted

    Larry Brown Sports "Colorado State easily became one of the most shocking snubs in NCAA Tournament history on Sunday when the Rams and their 26-6 record were left out of the national championship race. Head coach Larry Eustachy was borderline speechless after receiving the bad news. “I don’t want to say something..." March 16

  • Air Force’s Matt Mooney, Colorado State’s J.J. Avila suspended one game apiece for fight

    Coloradoan "CSU men's basketball player J.J. Avila was suspended for one game Sunday by the Mountain West for his role in a fight Saturday during a win at Air Force. Avila was "assessed the penalty for abuse of an opponent, as well as actions which either provoked conflict or involved retaliation," the..." January 12

  • Colorado State-Air Force fight leads to ejection, three technical fouls

    CBS Sports "High tensions exploded into a fight when Colorado State and Air Force met Saturday, leading to the ejection of one player and technical fouls for three more. Colorado State big man J.J. Avila got tangled up with Air Force guard Zach Kocur going for a rebound, then ended up on the floor with..." January 11

  • Suspension for CSU forward unrelated to DUI charges

    Coloradoan "CSU junior forward Fred Richardson III is serving a nine-game suspension and is facing charges of driving under the influence. The two cases are unrelated, men's basketball coach Larry Eustachy said Monday night. As a freshman at the University of Oregon during the 2012-13 season, Richardson..." November 12

  • Transfer-laden Colorado State squad looks to rebound from disappointing 2013-14

    College Basketball Talk "Entering the 2013-14 season Larry Eustachy’s Colorado State Rams had quite the challenge in front of them. Gone were five starters, four of whom scored in double figures, who played key roles in the program making consecutive NCAA tournament appearances (2012 and 2013) for the first time since..." November 06

  • 6-foot-10 center verbally commits to Colorado State

    College Basketball Talk "Of Colorado State’s five seniors entering the 2014-15 season three are front court players, J.J. Avila, Marcus Holt and Stanton Kidd. Avila was one of the Mountain West’s best players last season, as he averaged 16.6 points and 7.4 rebounds per contest and earned third team all-conference honors,..." October 20

  • Colorado State transfer Jon Octeus commits to Purdue

    CBS Sports "Colorado State transfer Jon Octeus said that he has committed to Purdue and will be eligible immediately for the entire 2014-15 season. Octeus initially committed to UCLA after graduating from Colorado State but didn't get into the Bruins' graduate school program." October 09

  • Mom's recovery from drugs sets CSU's Antwan Scott straight

    Coloradoan "Andrew Wilson couldn't hold back the tears. He wanted to sing the praises of his son, Antwan Scott, overcoming so much to land the starting point guard spot on a major college basketball program at CSU. He wanted to share the positive influence his late wife, Theresa Scott, had on their family...." September 22

  • Point guard Jon Octeus denied admission at UCLA

    Coloradoan "Former CSU point guard Jon Octeus has been denied admission to UCLA, a source close to the situation told the Coloradoan. Octeus had planned to transfer to UCLA for his final season of NCAA eligibility this winter and was expected to be the Bruins' starting point guard. As a junior at Colorado..." September 15

  • Former GSU guard Scott plans to transfer to Colorado St

    The News Star "Antwan Scott is on the move again, this time headed from Louisiana to Colorado. Less than a week after announcing he would transfer from Grambling, Scott told The News-Star late Monday that he will play at Colorado State. The 6-foot-1 point guard chose Colorado State over Tennessee. "I'm..." August 12

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 08

  • CSU basketball adds former Oregon guard Fred Richardson III

    Charleston Dailymail "Colorado State University men’s basketball head coach Larry Eustachy announced Thursday that it will be adding former Oregon and Lee College guard Fred Richardson III to the roster. The 6-foot-6 guard from Houston, Texas has signed a financial-aid agreement with CSU and will join the Rams for..." July 15

  • Transfer Bubu Palo is no longer committed to Colorado State

    Ames Tribune "Former Iowa State guard Bubu Palo is no longer committed to transferring to Colorado State, he told the Ames Tribune in a text message Tuesday night. Palo, who graduated ISU this spring, announced his intention to join the Rams and coach Larry Eustachy less than a month ago. In order to play..." July 09

  • Colorado State's Jon Octeus headed to UCLA, eligible for 2014-15

    CBS Sports "Colorado State transfer Jon Octeus has committed to UCLA, has learned. The 6-4 guard averaged 13.4 points last season and will be immediately eligible in 14-15 since he's already graduated. The addition of Octeus will help the Bruins replace the void left by the departures of..." June 28

  • Point guard Jon Octeus leaves Colorado State basketball

    Coloradoan "CSU basketball lost some star power Monday when Jon Octeus announced he wouldn't return to the team for his senior year. Octeus, the Rams' point guard, started all 32 games for Colorado State University as a junior last season, averaging 13.4 points and 4.7 rebounds per game — good for third on..." June 17

  • Former Iowa State guard Bubu Palo transferring to CSU

    Coloradoan "CSU basketball earned a commitment Wednesday from former Iowa State guard Bubu Palo. Palo, who announced his decision to the Ames Tribune, was dismissed from the Cyclones' program at the end of the 2012-13 season when he was found to have violated ISU's Student Code of Conduct. He was accused..." June 12

  • 2015 SG Anthony Bonner commits to Colorado State

    Coloradoan "CSU still has two men’s basketball scholarships it’s looking to fill for next season, but the Rams got a jump on their 2015 recruiting class Monday with an early pledge. Anthony Bonner, a 6-foot-2 shooting guard from Lawrence, Kansas, told The Coloradoan on Monday that he made his verbal..." June 03

  • Gerson Santo to miss CSU's postseason run with career-ending injury

    Denver Post "Colorado State men's basketball coach Larry Eustachy announced Monday afternoon that senior forward Gerson Santo suffered a fracture to his left hand early in CSU's regular-season finale at Wyoming on Saturday, ending the Brazilian big man's career on the court for CSU. "This is just a..." March 11

  • Colorado State's Daniel Bejarano delays surgery, has huge season

    Denver Post "Colorado State players say they couldn't imagine what the season might have become if standout guard Daniel Bejarano had decided to have knee surgery before New Year's Day. Or perhaps Bejarano's teammates did imagine it. "Daniel knows that this team without him, we would be nothing," said..." March 11

  • Wyoming's strategy in final conference game: play angry

    Casper Star-Tribune "The Wyoming Cowboys need to play angry. In sports, you often hear about the importance of maintaining a positive attitude. Coaches and players lecture about "flushing" a loss, ejecting it from your memory and moving forward in a new day. The losses may pile up, but they won't crush you, because..." March 07

  • Slow start dooms CSU Rams in home loss to Utah State

    Denver Post "If Utah State coach Stew Morrill felt awkward during his return to Colorado State's Moby Arena after 16 years away, it certainly did not rub off on his team. With a rather comfortable 71-62 victory Tuesday night, the Aggies made themselves feel right at home. From 1992-98, Morrill compiled a..." February 12

  • SDSU beats Rams 65-56, gives Fisher 300 wins

    San Diego Union-Tribune "During warm-ups, Josh Davis stood on the baseline, chatting up San Diego State assistant coach David Velasquez as his teammates ran drills. Davis was suited up, but in those minutes before the Aztecs’ meeting with Colorado State, a team that prides itself on physicality under the basket, it was..." February 02

  • Ex-Louisville star Chane Behanan will play for Colorado State

    USA Today "Former Louisville forward Chane Behanan has enrolled at Colorado State University, the school announced Monday. Behanan, who was dismissed from Louisville's basketball team on Dec. 30, has been training with former pro basketball player and coach John Lucas in Houston, Texas. Lucas operates a..." January 28

  • CSU Rams defeat Air Force Falcons

    Denver Post "It was a nice problem for Colorado State coach Larry Eustachy to have Saturday when he was asked to think about the players who had stepped up to finally send the Air Force Falcons home on the short end of the score. Take your pick. Certainly forward J.J. Avila couldn't be overlooked with 21..." January 19