Colorado State will play the remainder of the season without freshman quarterback Collin Hill, the team’s leading passer. Colorado State head coach Mike Bobo announced on Monday Hill suffered a torn ACL that will sideline for the rest of the season.
Hill passed for 1,096 yards and eight touchdowns with just two interceptions in five games this season. As Bobo announced, the Rams will turn the offense over to junior Nick Stevens, who has appeared in three games and passed for 77 yards with two interceptions this season. Stevens was Colorado State’s leading passer in 2015 with 2,679 yards and 21 touchdowns with 12 interceptions.
Colorado State enters this week with a 3-3 record after knocking off Utah State this past weekend, 31-24. The Rams hit the road this week to take on Boise State and still have road games at Air Force and San Diego State remaining as the Rams look to scratch together three more wins in order to become bowl eligible.