Saturday morning, a free pancake breakfast staged by the Spirit Committee of the Greater Ram Club takes place from 9;30-11:30 a.m. on the West Concourse of the stadium, and the game follows.
Lubick put his team through a 90-play, 90-minute game-type scrimmage last Saturday, the team's most extensive full-contact work of the spring.
Lubick, in his 10th season at Colorado State, was happy with his team's play following the workout.
"Overall, I was real pleased. I felt like we got some things done," said Lubick. "I was pretty happy with how things went. Now, we'll go back to work this week and continue on offense and defense to add a few wrinkles. We're going to continue on defense to work on pass drops and coverages. Offensively, we want to cut down on penalties."