Colorado State isn't complaining about being a touchdown underdog to rival Colorado. The Rams actually like being in this role and feel they will be better prepped having played two games as oppose to a Week 1 meeting. A lot of varying opinion on the game with most of the offshore world showing Colorado -7/-7.5 while Las Vegas has the Buffaloes at -8/-8.5. Saturday’s game takes place in Denver.
"You just kind of have to take it with a smile," Skelton said. "It just makes you hate them more, to be honest with you."
"The CU game is always the biggest game on our schedule," Thomas said. "We circle that game every year. It's usually the first game so we come out of fall camp ready to play, excited. But I think it's better this year because we already played two games, got a feel for each other. We want to put a win together for Myke Sisson, just pump everybody up. There's doubters out there so we just want to make a believer out of everybody, just go out and play our game."