2023 Colorado State Football Season Preview

Prepare for an informative interview with Kevin Lytle, a respected college football analyst, as he imparts his expert insights on the exciting 2023 Colorado State Rams football season. In this exclusive conversation with CFBDynasty, Lytle will explore the team’s strengths, potential challenges, standout players, and overall outlook for the upcoming season. This interview guarantees to offer a comprehensive preview of what fans can anticipate from the Colorado State Rams in 2023, providing valuable information and a deep understanding of the team’s prospects.

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Let’s get into our Q&A session with Kevin Lytle! He covers Colorado State football for the Coloradoan. Follow him on Twitter for all the latest and greatest Rams information.

What's your favorite place to eat in Fort Collins?

Plenty of good choices, but can never go wrong with Jim’s Wings or Pickle Barrel.

Overall, how do you believe the offense will compare to the 2022 version?

It should and must be better. The offense was unable to produce points a year ago, but returns key skill players and has seemingly improved an offensive line that was arguably the worst in FBS a year ago.

What do you expect from the QB position in 2023?

Clay Millen led FBS in completion percentage last season as a true freshman, but also took far too many sacks. He should be better this season, with a big jump in yards per game and touchdown passes.

How do you see the workload at RB being distributed?

This is a big unknown. Avery Morrow carried the load last season but missed all of spring suspended after an offseason arrest and his 2023 status is unknown. North Dakota State transfer Kobe Johnson seems likely to receive plenty of carries, even if Morrow returns. A couple true freshmen could get in the mix.

How does the offensive line compare to the 2022 group?

It almost certainly can’t be worse. CSU allowed the most sacks in FBS last season. Four of the five starters will be new and it appears to be an improved group. How much better will be a large factor in determining CSU’s season success.

What do you think the distribution will be to the WR/TE's?

In this offense the ideal is for the ball to be spread to a lot of playmakers. Tory Horton will be the top target, but tight end Dallin Holker should receive a good amount of targets as will some young receivers.

For our dynasty fantasy freaks, who are some young players that stand out as potential future breakout players?

Sophomore Justus Ross-Simmons is the most obvious candidate. He has the ability to be a star and should see favorable coverages as defenses fret over Horton.

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