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Cyber-Rams - Cam the Ram has entered cyberspace.

Information about CSU football and other sports will be featured this fall on the Internet.

The new service - called Ramline - will offer play-by-play coverage updated every five minutes during CSU football games plus statistics, color photos, player biographies, team rosters and postgame commentary.

The Ramline site can be called on the World Wide Web at http: / / www. CSU students with Holly or Lamar electronic mail accounts also may use the service.

Information and schedules for other CSU athletic teams also will be available through the Ramline site.

Joshua Brauer, a CSU student, created Ramline after an Internet encounter last year with a frustrated fan in Australia eager for CSU sports information. ''I think players' families and Colorado State alumni who can't come to the games will find it very useful,'' Brauer said.

The service is offered by a private firm - World Wide Express Inc. - founded by Brauer that is independent of the university. CSU has cooperated with the service's creation. Information: (970) 962-1594.

From the Rocky Mountain News, August 24, 1995