"We had about 12 to 15 snaps live," he said. "We had some good, crisp hitting and overall it went well."
Lubick also said the Rams have already installed their entire offensive and defensive schemes.
"We have about everything in," he said. "Now, we have to work and polish it all up."
The Rams returned to practice Tuesday afternoon for a two-hour workout in shorts, helmets, and shoulder pads. Lubick said Colorado State would have full pads on Wednesday morning, and the workout would include a 20-25 play situational scrimmage at the end of the workout. Colorado State continues two-a-day workouts through Aug. 16 in preparation for the opening game. The toll of two-a-day workouts has a few players sidelined with minor injuries. Lubick expects most of them to return to action soon.