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Colorado State football collapses in loss to SEC bottom-feeder Vanderbilt

The Rams lost 24-21 to Vanderbilt on a last-minute field goal after blowing a 14-point lead.

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Two bad teams, one weird, crazy game and another awful result for the Colorado State football team.

The Rams lost 24-21 to Vanderbilt on a last-minute field goal after blowing a 14-point lead. Vanderbilt’s Joseph Bulovas hit a 39-yard field goal with 19 seconds left to give Vanderbilt the win late Saturday night at Canvas Stadium.

CSU (0-2) looked ready to run away with the game in the first half with the offense totally dominating and Vanderbilt (1-1) looking lost on offense.

It all flipped late in the first half and CSU was awful much of the second half.

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