The Mountain West has rescheduled the 2 video games the Colorado State males’s basketball staff had postponed attributable to varied COVID points.
It means the Rams are actually scheduled to play a full convention slate and it has created a doozy of a busy mid-February.
CSU will play at Boise State on Feb. 13 (Tremendous Bowl Sunday) and at New Mexico on Feb. 17, the league introduced Monday. The New Mexico recreation was initially scheduled for Dec. 28 and Boise State for Jan. 7. The New Mexico contest was postponed attributable to CSU’s COVID shutdown and the Boise State recreation attributable to COVID points on the Broncos roster.
These new dates imply the Rams will play eight video games in February, together with 4 in a nine-day span with the ultimate three all on the street:
Feb. 11: Vs. Fresno State (7:30 p.m.)
Feb. 13: At Boise State (time TBA)
Feb. 17: At New Mexico (time TBA)
Feb. 19: At UNLV (6 p.m.)
The Boise State recreation was particularly necessary for the league to reschedule, with the Broncos at the moment main the Mountain West and the Rams in third.
The common season ends March 5 for CSU at house in opposition to Boise State and the Mountain West match begins March 9 in Las Vegas.
CSU performs at 6 p.m. Monday at Wyoming in a battle of two of the highest three groups within the league.
The Rams completed final season with 4 video games in seven days attributable to reschedules and the ultimate one (a loss at Nevada) ended up costing the Rams an opportunity at an everyday season MW title.
CSU girls’s recreation pushed again
The league additionally introduced that the CSU girls’s basketball house recreation in opposition to Wyoming has been pushed again a day to Feb. 17. The sport is scheduled to be the annual “pink out” for the Rams.
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