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How to watch Colorado State vs. Colorado.

By SI Wire
September 18, 2015

Colorado State is looking to rebound from a tough 23–20 overtime loss to Minnesota in Week 2. Running back Dalyn Dawkins rushed for 92 yards and a touchdown, but fumbled on the first play of OT, leading to Minnesota’s game winning field goal. The Rams played without All-America receiver Rashard Higgins due to an ankle injury, and his replacement Jordon Vaden left three snaps into the game after hurting his hip.

Colorado improved to 1–1 last week with a decisive 48–14 victory over UMass, thanks to 390 yards and five touchdowns on the ground. Michael Adkins ran for 119 yards and a score on 19 carries, while Christian Powell needed just eight touches to pile up 105 yards and two touchdowns. It was a much needed win after a disappointing opener. Their 48 points were the most in a Colorado home opener since 1999.

How to watch

Details for Saturday's game are below. 

Kickoff: 7 PM ET
TV coverage: CBS Sports Network
Live stream: You can live stream the game here
Radio: For a list of Colorado State affiliates, click here. For a list of Colorado affiliates, click here.

Team schedules (all times ET)


Sept. 4: at Hawaii (L, 28–20)
Sept. 12: vs. UMass (W, 48–14)
Sept. 19: vs. Colorado State, 7 p.m., CBS Sports Network
Sept. 26: vs. Nicholls State
Oct. 3: vs. Oregon
Oct. 10: at Arizona State
Oct. 17: vs. Arizona
Oct. 24: at Oregon State
Oct. 21: at UCLA
Nov. 7: vs. Stanford
Nov. 13: vs. USC, 9 p.m., ESPN2
Nov. 21: at Washington State
Nov. 28: at Utah

Colorado State:

Sept. 5: vs. Savannah State (W, 65–13)
Sept. 12: vs. Minnesota (L, 23–20 OT)
Sept. 19: vs. Colorado
Sept 26: at UTSA
Oct. 3: at Utah State
Oct. 10: vs. Boise State
Oct. 17: vs. Air Force
Oct. 31: ​vs. San Diego State
Nov. 7: at Wyoming
Nov. 14: vs. UNLV
Nov. 20: at New Mexico
Nov. 26: at Fresno State

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