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The Colorado State University men’s basketball team has had one of the best seasons in team history so far this year. The Rams are now 15-1 overall, the best 16-game record in program history.

The green and gold will continue their schedule this Tuesday by hosting the University of Nevada’s Reno Wolf Pack at 7 p.m. in Moby Arena.

The Wolf Pack is currently 9-7 overall and ranked sixth in the Mountain West Conference with a 3-2 conference record. The Rams are third, behind the University of Wyoming (15-2, 4-0) and Boise State University (15-4, 6-0).

Tuesday’s game will be the Rams and Wolf Pack’s first meeting this season, as their last interaction was on March 5, 2021. The Rams were in Reno, Nevada, when they narrowly lost to Nevada, 85-82. The Wolf Pack went 16-10 last season compared to a 20-8 CSU overall record.

The Rams are yet to lose at Moby Arena this season, and each home game tends to draw a bigger crowd of fans. This season, the Colorado State team also hasn’t allowed opponents more than 80 points in hospitality, and the Wolf Pack hasn’t scored more than 75 points in home games. outdoors twice.

It should be a fun game for the fans as it should go in the Rams favor and take them to a 16-1 winning record. Not only did the team as a whole create success for itself, but some specific Rams really put the onus of winning on their backs.

CSU juniors Isaiah Stevens, John Tonje and David Roddy have excelled exponentially this season, taking turns in the team’s top three to score points in every game.

Some Wolf Pack players the Rams need to watch are junior Grant Sherfield, who averages 19.4 points per game, and senior Desmond Cambridge Jr., who adds 15.3 points per game.

Reaching Taylor Paumen at [email protected] or on Twitter @TayTayPau.


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