2000 Colorado State Rams football team

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2000 Colorado State Rams football
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Mountain West champion
Liberty Bowl champion
Liberty Bowl, W, 22–17 vs. Louisville
ConferenceMountain West Conference
Ranking
CoachesNo. 15
APNo. 14
2000 record10–2 (6–1 MW)
Head coachSonny Lubick (8th season)
Home stadiumHughes Stadium
Seasons
← 1999
2001 →
2000 Mountain West football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
No. 14 Colorado State $   6 1         10 2  
Air Force   5 2         9 3  
UNLV   4 3         8 5  
BYU   4 3         6 6  
New Mexico   3 4         5 7  
Utah   3 4         4 7  
San Diego State   3 4         3 8  
Wyoming   0 7         1 10  
  • $ – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2000 Colorado State Rams football team represented Colorado State University in the 2000 NCAA Division I-A football season. The team was led by eighth-year head coach Sonny Lubick and played its home games at Hughes Stadium. They finished the regular season with a 9–2 record overall and a 6–1 record in Mountain West Conference games, making them conference champions. The team was selected to play in the Liberty Bowl, in which they defeated Louisville.[1][2]

Schedule[edit]

DateTimeOpponentRankSiteResult
September 25:00 PMvs. No. 23 Colorado*W 28–24
September 92:00 PMEast Tennessee State*W 41–7
September 168:00 PMat Arizona State*L 10–13
September 302:00 PMat Nevada*W 45–14
October 71:00 PMNew Mexico
  • Hughes Stadium
  • Fort Collins, CO
W 17–14
October 147:30 PMUNLV
  • Hughes Stadium
  • Fort Collins, CO
W 20–19
October 215:00 PMat UtahW 24–17
October 287:05 PMat San Diego StateW 34–22
November 26:00 PMBYU
  • Hughes Stadium
  • Fort Collins, CO
W 45–21
November 114:00 PMat Air ForceL 40–44
November 166:00 PMWyoming
W 37–13
December 2911:30 AMvs. No. 22 Louisville*No. 23W 22–17

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Football Schedule: 2000-2001". Colorado State University. Retrieved December 17, 2016.
  2. ^ "Colorado State Yearly Results: 2000-2004". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved December 17, 2016.