Colorado State beats Colorado 22-17 to end losing streak in series

Colorado State beats Colorado 22-17 to end losing streak in series

Denver : CO : USA | Sep 01, 2012 at 4:51 PM PDT
Source: Denver Post
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Font Resize CU's Tyler McCulloch dives for a touchdown in the second quarter Saturday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. (Kathryn Scott Osler, The Denver Post ) Colorado State sophomore kicker Jared Roberts, a former walk-on who was awarded a scholarship just two weeks ago, etched his name in CSU... FULL ARTICLE AT Denver Post
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