Feb. 3, 2014
FORT COLLINS, Colo.— Colorado State’s 2014 home football game versus Tulsa, originally scheduled for Sept. 6, will now be played in the season’s sixth week on Saturday, Oct. 4, it was announced Monday.
Colorado State is scheduled to open the season on Saturday, Aug. 30, against Colorado at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver. The second week of the season is now available for a possible Mountain West game or an open date. The MW schedule is expected to be released later this winter.
UPDATED 2014 CSU NON-CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
Aug. 30 --at Colorado (Denver)
Sept. 6--Open or Mountain West game
Sept. 13--vs. UC Davis
Sept. 20--Open or Mountain West game
Sept. 27--at Boston College
Oct. 4--vs. Tulsa
Mountain West scheduling dates to be announced late winter 2014
Home: Hawai'i, New Mexico, Utah State, Wyoming
Road: Air Force, Boise State, Nevada, San Jose State
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