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4 things to know, key matchups and predictions – Denver Post.

4 things to know, key matchups and predictions - Denver Post.

Colorado State (1-3) vs. San Jose State (3-2)

Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Canvas Stadium.

TV / Radio: FS1 / 1430 AM, 98.1 FM.

line: CSU-2.5.

Weather: 15% chance of thunderstorm, 74 degrees

What to know

Mixed bag Will the real rims stand? CSU started playing Mountain West this week and it is difficult to know the real identity of this team. The FCS South Dakota State and Vanderbilt flipped the Rams in early losses of the season. CSU then upset Toledo on the road and led Iowa to No. 5 at halftime (before a 10-point defeat). Give head coach Steve Adazio credit for not letting the early season season explain this team. But it is anyone’s guess where Ram goes from here.

Stop running The key to CSU’s recent success? A suffocating defense with data to back it up. Reims limited Toledo’s offense to 0.5 yards per carry (28 for 13). CSU’s front seven then dominated equally in Iowa, while the Hawkeyes ran 32 times for 54 yards. If this trend continues, CSU has a real chance to make a fuss in Mountain West this season. Secondary is often the responsibility. But there is no question that the strength of this team is defensive.

QB Mystery. The CSU defense faces the challenge of facing an unknown quarterback against San Jose State. Spartans senior starter Nick Starkle – after taking SJSU to a 7-1 record last season – went down in Week 4 in Western Michigan with a non-throwing injury. He was replaced by junior Nick Nash, who made his debut last week and led the Spartans to a 37-31 victory over New Mexico State. SJSU head coach Brent Brennan. Refusal to share news of injury with media. CSU should prepare for QB.