Colorado State University Pueblo head football coach, Philip Vigil, reflects on the recently concluded spring football practices, highlighting the team's progress and key learnings as they prepare for the upcoming season.

By the Numbers
  • The Pack completed 15 spring football practices.
  • In their first season under Coach Vigil in 2023, the team achieved an 8-3 overall record.
  • The Pack finished third in the RMAC standings, with their losses coming from teams that advanced to the NCAA Playoffs the previous season.
Yes, But

The team faces the challenge of determining the starting quarterback for the upcoming season after the departure of Chance Fuller.

State of Play
  • Team showed significant improvement and cohesion throughout spring practices.
  • Recruiting efforts have strengthened offensive and defensive skill positions, leading to increased competitiveness within the team.
  • Players are engaged in offseason training to enhance physical conditioning and skills for the upcoming season.
What's Next

The team will continue intensive training sessions, with a focus on physical conditioning and skill development, leading up to the start of the new season in June.

Bottom Line

The Colorado State University Pueblo football team, under Coach Vigil's guidance, is poised for a promising season ahead, building on the progress made during spring practices and focusing on key areas of improvement to enhance their competitiveness in the upcoming season.