The Lubick Years
When Sonny Lubick came to Colorado State University in 1993, the football program had enjoyed just six winning seasons in two decades and 2 bowl game invitations in a century of competition. Now in his tenth season at Colorado State, Sonny Lubick has achieved more than any other coach in school history, and has earned a well-deserved reputation as one of the nation's premier coaches.
Ram Football Highlights During the Lubick Years
- Seven bowl invitations in ten seasons, more than any other MWC team and among the most in the nation
- Six conference titles
- Colorado State has won more conference games since 1994 than any other current MWC program
- The Rams rank among the top 15 programs nationally in total victories since 1994, ahead of such programs as Notre Dame, Wisconsin, and Alabama
- Seven times since 1994 the team has won eight or more games in a season and four times the Rams have won 10 or more games
- Since 1999, the Rams have been featured on prime time ESPN or ESPN2 Thursday night telecasts more than any school in the nation
- The top nine season attendance records for home games have come during Lubick's career at Colorado State
- Eight of the 10 largest single-game attendance records have taken place since Sonny's arrival along the Front Range.
- In 2000, the Rams (10-2) finished the season ranked 14th in the final A.P. poll, the team's highest end-of-season ranking ever.
Lubick's current contract will keep him at the Colorado State helm at least through the 2006 season.