By Barkley Truax, On3: Colorado State released a statement Sunday morning condemning the students who chanted ‘Russia’ toward Max Shulga, a Utah State basketball player who is a native of Ukraine. Both countries are currently at war with each other.
“On behalf of Colorado State, we apologize to the student-athlete and Utah State.
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Colorado State has released a statement condemning multiple students for an inappropriate chant toward a Utah State basketball player.
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