In what was most likely the most important game of the year for the Colorado State mens basketball team, the Rams found themselves down 16 points early in the final half to nationally ranked UNLV. About an hour later, the near sellout crowd at Moby Arena was dancing. Why? Because the Rams knocked off the #17 team in the country 66-59. A win that just may seal a bid into the NCAA tournament later this March. Do you care?

It is the 3rd time this season the Rams have knocked off a nationally ranked team, and their 14th win at home against just one loss.

Dorian Green led CSU with 16 points, and Wes Eikmeier had 11 for the Rams. But every one of the seven players coach Tim Miles put on the floor made some significant contributions. "I really, really like this team, and I trust this team," Miles said. "... Name the alley, name the fox hole, and name the bet; I'm taking these guys."