Colorado State Rams Season Prediction, What Will Happen
Really, so how much better will Colorado State really be right away under the new regime and all the new parts?
Yeah, Jay Norvell and the staff were able to take the parts that were in place and build around them, but outside of linebacker, there isn’t any one area that’s a sure thing to be anything special without a lot of work.
And that’s the big question. Is this really a tweak or is Colorado State more of an overhaul that’s going to take a year or so to get everything working?
Set The Colorado State Rams Regular Season Win Total At … 6
It’s a wee bit debatable, but around four of the nine wins – probably more – could’ve gone the other way had the team been more consistent and more explosive offensively, and both of those things should be fixed.
Unless something crazy happens, forget about the opener at Michigan, and going to Washington State and Boise State are going to be problems.
The road game at Nevada will be fun, and going to San Jose State and Air Force are dangerous. However, Sacramento State, Middle Tennessee, and New Mexico should provide the base of three wins to work off of.
Throw in a possible home win over Hawaii and another win in somewhere – Wyoming is likely – and the Rams should be right in the mix for six wins and a bowl game. It might be tough to get to seven, but all the changes should be enough for a +3 win differential from last year.