Colorado State RB Kyle Bell Out for the Year

FORT COLLINS - Colorado State University football coach Sonny Lubick said today that running back Kyle Bell will miss the entire 2006 season due to a right knee suffered during Tuesday's practice session.
August 30, 2006

Opponent Preview: Colorado State

Inside, a look at Colorado's instate rival, the Colorado State Rams.
August 2, 2006

State's No.8 Player Talks About Decision

<a href="">Kyle Bell</a> is the most productive running back the state of Colorado has ever seen. He finished his stay at Weld Central with 8,248 yards and 100 touchdowns. He had a few offers but it has mainly been Colorado State and Wyoming battling it out for his services. He decided to stay home and tells us why.
December 16, 2003

Colorado's Top Rusher in History Favors Two

<a href="">Kyle Bell</a> became the most prolific running back in the history of the state of Colorado this year. He ended up with 8,248 yards in his career and an even 100 touchdowns. This season alone he had 2,733 yards and 40 touchdowns. He has three offers right now and has one more visit scheduled. Kyle is really leaning towards two schools and could make a decision within the next three weeks.
November 18, 2003

Running Back May Break State Record

Although he may not play against the toughest competition, it is still tough to dispute just how good Kyle Bell is. Through only five games this year he has rushed for 1,336 yards and 17 touchdowns on only 106 carries. He has four games, plus the playoffs to break the record held by Lendale White that was set just last year. Right now he is in third place on the all-time list. His numbers are bringing scholarship offers.
October 2, 2003