CSU fans show support at Spring Game

NORTH PLATTE, Neb. Even though the Husker fans dominated in numbers, Colorado State was also well represented on Saturday in McCook.

The Rams fans sat behind the team bench to cheer them on.

Hometown Hero Olivia Nicholson had support her family and friends.

"I am wearing CSU today in support of our hometown girl Olivia Nicholson who's a rock star for the Colorado State Rams," said Nicholson's friend Tonya Folk.

"[We're] normally Husker fans but today it's all about Colorado State and cheering on Olivia. Olivia is one of the kindest most wonderful girls you'll ever meet. She's a good Christian girl who works hard and has worked very hard to get where she's at at Colorado State. I see a really bright future for her."

Also CSU's libero Brooke Hudson's parent drove for 14 hours from Houston, Texas to watch their daughter play in her first Spring Game.

"Our daughter Brooke Hudson is a libero for Colorado State University," said Hudson's mother, Kelly Hudson, who was a student athlete in college as well.

"It gives you butterflies and you can't control it. I was a college athlete myself and so I feel for her and I want her to do well."