Sept. 14, 2012
FORT COLLINS, Colo. - When the Rams kick off against San Jose State at Spartan Stadium on Saturday at 6:07 p.m. (MT), CSU fans can see all the action on ESPN3.com. Fans are encouraged to plan ahead of time to determine whether they can receive the ESPN3 feed through their cable or internet service provider, at the following links:
Trey Bender handles the play-by-play, while former NFL offensive lineman John Fina (Buffalo, Arizona) provides color commentary on the ESPN3 broadcast.
RADIO: Fans can find the radio broadcast on the Colorado State network originating from AM 560 KLZ in Denver, with Brian Roth (play-by-play), former Rams great David Anderson (analyst), Kevin McGlue (analyst) and Marty Cesario (sidelines) on the call. The radio broadcast can also be heard on KCOL 600 AM in Ft. Collins, KSIR 1010 AM in Ft. Morgan and KNZZ 1100 in Grand Junction.
NOTES: The Rams (1-1) face the Spartans (1-1) of the Western Athletic Conference for the second year in a row, in advance of San Jose State’s admission into the Mountain West starting next season. CSU holds a 3-2 advantage in the all-time series with SJSU, including a 1-1 split on the Spartans’ home field. San Jose State won last year’s matchup, 38-31, in Fort Collins. Colorado State offensive coordinator Dave Baldwin was head coach at San Jose State from 1997-2000, and was the Spartans’ wide receivers coach from 1980-83. Rams head coach Jim McElwain also returns to a familiar region, having been quarterbacks coach for the Oakland Raiders in 2006.
Look to CSURams.com after the game for a complete recap and statistics!
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