CSU introduces new team to spring football game

The “Air Raid” offensive style brought to Fort Collins by new coach Jay Norvell made its debut at Canvas Stadium in the “Green vs. Gold”.

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – It’s finally happened, CSU football fans: Jay Norvell’s “Air Raid” offense made its debut at Canvas Stadium Saturday afternoon in Colorado State Spring game “Green against Gold”.

Fans showed up to watch the glorified practice which brought the feel of a college football game with its intra-squad competition.

The Rams put the passing game to work behind the arm of Clay Millen, a redshirt freshman quarterback who transferred from Nevada. Millen threw for 292 yards and four touchdowns, completing 22 of 33 pass attempts.

Millen led CSU’s green team (starters), which beat the gold team (non-starters), 49-37 — which started with a 21-0 lead given for the gold team.

“The guys played very well towards the end. We picked up the pace and we found the rhythm, and it was easy from there,” Millen said. “Overall, once we got past the little speed bump, the attack played very well.”

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The green team also received two rushing touchdowns from returning redshirt senior running back A’Jon Vivens, a local Mullen High School product. Redshirt freshman quarterback Giles Pooler came into the game late and connected with EJ Scott for a touchdown in the final minutes.

The gold team’s biggest highlight was delivered by redshirt sophomore defensive back Brandon Guzman, who fired a Millen interception home for a pick six.

“It was a good day’s work, and I’m glad we made it,” Norvell said.

Colorado State will open the 2022 season Sept. 3 at Michigan. The Rams finished 3-9 last year under Steve Addazio.

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