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Colorado State vs Air Force: Rams look to snap losing streak

Colorado State looks to snap two game losing streak against a tough Air Force team at home.

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Colorado State has lost two games in a row, after starting 14-0. They head to Air Force to take on a Falcons team that is very tough to beat at home. Neither team possesses a lot of size but both teams can score the ball. The Rams will have  very tough test with Air Force shooting 50% from the field on the season. That is ranked 11th in the nation, they're also a very good three point shooting team .

Time: Noon MT

TV: Root Sports Rocky Mountain

Radio: 105.5 ESPN Radio Denver

Odds: CSU - 5.5 over/under 129.5

Colorado State is lead by Daniel Bejarano, JJ Avila, and Stanton Kidd. These seniors have been the scorers on the team when they are not in foul trouble. They get energy off the bench from John Gillon, and Fred Richardson. Joe De Ciman provides the outside shooting in the starting lineup and Tiel Daniels is the bruiser down low. Colorado State must play key perimeter defense and take smart shots offensively.

Air Force is led by Kamryn Williams, and Max Yon they're however a very balanced team. They shoot the ball well, especially from the outside. The Falcons average over 16 assists a game which is 22nd nationally. Meaning in they are a patient team who shares the ball. The Falcons will need to play that type of game while making this a track meet to pull off the upset. They're more than capable especially playing at Clune Area which is tough for any opponent to go to and win.

This should be a good game, and wildly entertaining, make sure you tune in.