Colorado State's James Skelton, Zach Tiedgen Arrested At Wild Party

A massive Fort Collins party led to the arrests of two Colorado State football players, including starter James Skelton.

The Fulmer Cup deadline draws nigh, but the Colorado St. Rams were able to squeeze in a few more points just before the deadline. What Fort Collins' 9 News is repeatedly calling a "mega party" led to the third-degree assault arrest of junior starting middle linebacker James Skelton and a disorderly conduct charge for junior teammate Zach Tiedgen.

Rams coach Steve Fairchild said the program is looking into the matter.

Coloradoan.com shares more details of the bash, which drew thousands, involved bottles being thrown at police cars, saw four arrests and ended once "10 people were treated and transported by Poudre Valley Hospital EMS workers for conditions ranging from alcohol-related illnesses to lacerations."

Here's a video from the party, complete with cussy, cuss-filled chants aimed at the Colorado Buffaloes, who weren't even doing anything:

Academia! Hard to believe that scene resulted in 10 hospitalizations and four arrests!

For more on Colorado State, head to SB Nation Denver.

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