Rahe of hope at Colorado State?

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OGDEN - The ripple effect of Tim Miles leaving CSU to take over at Nebraska could reach the Wasatch Front and Weber State.

Randy Rahe just finished his 6th season as Wildcats head coach. The 3-time Big Sky Coach of the Year is reportedly on a short list of candidates to become head coach at Colorado State.

Rahe's coming off a 25-win season at WSU and Rahe's averaged 20 wins a year at Weber State making a post-season tournament 5 of his 6 seasons, including a trip to the NCAA's back in 2006-07.

Randy knows all about the Rams and Fort Collins - he was an assistant to Stew Morrill at CSU from 1991 to 1998.

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