Abilene Christian Wildcats vs. Colorado State football: TV, ticket, weather and game info

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The Colorado State football team is looking to rebound after its controversial 17-3 loss at the hands of rival University of Colorado last week in the Rocky Mountain Showdown. The Rams (1-1) return home and will host NCAA FCS opponent Abilene Christian. It’s the annual “Orange Out” game for Ag Day in Fort Collins, and CSU will don alternate orange uniforms to pay homage to the school’s heritage and its former name, Colorado A&M. The Wildcats (0-1) lost 38-14 at New Mexico last week.

Where: Sonny Lubick Field, Fort Collins

When: 1:30 p.m. Saturday

Watch: There’s no TV for this game, but fans can watch an online stream via the MW Network on TheMW.com.

Radio: KARS-FM 102.9, KDCO 1340, 104.7.

Tickets: Tickets start at $37 and can be purchased online at CSURams.com/tickets.

Weather: The forecast calls for a high of 88 degrees and mostly sunny with a 7 MPH wind out of the southeast. There’s a 20 percent chance of precipitation.

Coaches:

  • Mike Bobo (15-13 at CSU, third season)
  • Adam Dorrel (0-1 at ACU, first season)

Betting info: Unavailable.

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