CSU returns home to host Fresno State Friday night

Opening Tip

• The Rams will return to the friendly grounds of Moby Arena to host Fresno State on Friday, February 11 at 7:30pm MT for the only meeting between the two teams in the regular season.
• The match will be broadcast on CBS Sports Network, with Chris Lewis as play-by-play, Chris Walker as analyst and Brandon Baylor as sideline reporter.
• Audio will be on the Colorado State Sports Radio Network (as well as online at CSURams.com), with Brian Roth and Adam Nigon handling the show. CSU Sports Network broadcasts are also accessible on mobile devices through the Varsity Network app (free on all Apple and Android devices). Fans can use the app for instant access to free game day audio streams and receive push notifications to remind them when games start or upcoming audio broadcasts.
• The game will also have live statistics on CSURams.com.

10 degrees of CSU basketball

1. Returning all five starters and 10 letter winners from last year’s 12-12 squad that finished 9-11 and sixth at Mountain West, Fresno State was chosen to finish sixth in the league in the pre-season survey.
2. Colorado State leads the overall series 23-18, but only 14-13 in conference play. However in Fort Collins, the Rams hold a decisive 17-3 advantage as this will be the only regular season meeting between the two teams.
3. All-time, CSU is 17-13 in games played Feb. 11, including 11-4 at Fort Collins.
4. CSU has a 581-241 (.708) all-time record at Moby Arena, including 32-6 in the last 2 years under the head coach Niko Medved.
5. For only the third time since forming Mountain West in 1999-2000, the Rams have sold out consecutive home games against UNLV and San Diego State.
6. CSU is also on pace with one of its best attendance seasons at Moby Arena. Currently, the Rams are averaging 5,696 fans in home games, the highest rating for the program since forming Mountain West.
7. Senior Guard Kendle Moore had a season-high 22 points at Nevada on Feb. 8 and moved to a tie for 38and in career with 962 points.
8. CSU is 21st nationally in fewest turnovers at 10.4 per game and 21st in assist-to-turnover ratio at 1.44.
9. Youth Isaiah Stevens was named to the Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award shortlist and junior David Roddy was part of the Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year finalist, announced by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Fans can vote for the duo once a day on https://csura.ms/HHAwardVoting

10. The Rams will quickly turn around and hit the road for the rescheduled game at Boise State on Sunday, Feb. 13 at 2 p.m. The game will be broadcast nationally on FS1.

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