FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) -- No visitor has walked out of Moby Arena a winner since Colorado State coach Larry Eustachy led Southern Miss to a victory at the Rams' ear-splitting, high-altitude auditorium back in November 2011.
The Rams went on to make an NCAA tournament run, after which coach Tim Miles left for Nebraska.
In stepped Eustachy, a seasoned coach who's taken three schools to the NCAA tournament and is in line for a fourth with the Rams on such a roll.
Colorado State's 66-61 win over UNLV on Saturday extended its school-record winning streak to 24 straight wins at home.
Now comes the hard part for these Rollin' Rams (15-3, 2-1 Mountain West) -- taking that show on the road.
They visit No. 15 New Mexico (16-2, 3-0) on Wednesday night.
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