The majority of Colorado State’s 2021 kick-off times and television assignments were announced this week, as the Rams will gain national attention in eight of their 12 regular-season competitions.
On Wednesday, CBS unveiled its full Mountain West broadcast set after selecting six CSU games – all of which will air on CBS Sports Network with designated start times.
CBS Sports Network’s green and gold games include the September 11 non-conference clash against Vanderbilt at Canvas Stadium (8 p.m. Montreal time) before competing on the aforementioned station four consecutive weeks later in the year –– Oct. 22 at Utah State (7:30 p.m.), Oct. 30 against Boise State (5 p.m.), Nov. 6 in Wyoming (1:30 p.m.), and Nov. 13 at the Air Force (5 p.m.).
The Rams then completed their CBS Sports Network roster in Nevada on Nov. 27 (7 p.m.) in Steve Addazio’s final regular-season squad.
Additionally, on Wednesday, the Mountain West elected to move the CSU 2021 opener against South Dakota State from Saturday to Friday, September 3. Shortly after the shift, Fox resumed the clash and kicked off at 7 p.m. on FS1 at Canvas. Stadium.
Additionally, Fox landed the Rams’ first home contest on his MW calendar in the Oct. 9 case against San Jose State. Fox has yet to determine a start time for the SJSU Showdown, which will air on Fox, FS1, or FS2.
Finally, ESPN announced its acquisition of the CSU road contest in Toledo on September 18 at 2 p.m. on ESPNU.
CSU 2021 football calendar
Sep 3 –– vs. South Dakota State (7 p.m., FS1)
Sep 11 –– vs. Vanderbilt (8 p.m., CBS Sports Network)
Sep 18 –– in Toledo (2 p.m., ESPNU)
Sep 25 –– in Iowa (to be determined)
October 9 –– vs San Jose State (TBD, Fox Sports Network)
October 16 –– in New Mexico (to be determined)
October 22 –– at Utah State (7:30 p.m., CBS Sports Network)
October 30 –– vs. Boise State (5 p.m., CBS Sports Network)
November 6 –– in Wyoming (1:30 p.m., CBS Sports Network)
November 13 –– vs Air Force (5 p.m., CBS Sports Network)
November 20 –– in Hawaii (to be determined)
November 27 –– vs. Nevada (7 p.m., CBS Sports Network)