Oct. 23, 2007
FORT COLLINS, Colo. - Football, basketball and burritos.
That's the lineup Friday night when The Mtn. brings its weekly football preview show to Hughes Stadium, and fans are encouraged to join in the excitement. Admission, parking and even dinner, are free.
The network televises Friday Night Pep Rally live on location the night before key Mountain West Conference matchups each week, and this week the show stops in Fort Collins, where the Rams will host rival Utah in a 3:30 p.m. kickoff Saturday.
Guests on the show will include each of the Rams' basketball head coaches, Tim Miles and Jen Warden, as well as football players Kory Sperry and Klint Kubiak. The Rams' cheerleaders, band and mascot, Cam, also will be there.
In addition, Qdoba Mexican Grill is providing a naked burrito bar free to the first 100 fans in attendance. Dinner is expected to be available beginning at 7:30 p.m. Fans should park on the stadium's west side and enter Gate 7.
WHAT: The Mtn.'s live Friday Night Pep Rally television show -- admission is free
WHO: Guests include men's basketball Head Coach Tim Miles, women's basketball Head Coach Jen Warden and football players Kory Sperry and Klint Kubiak; Cam the Ram also will join the CSU cheerleaders and band
WHEN: This Friday, 7:30-8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Hughes Stadium, fans should park on the facility's west side and enter Gate 7
BURRITOS: Qdoba Mexican Grill provides free naked burrito bar to first 100 fans
NOV. 17 IS KIDS DAY AT HUGHES STADIUM: On Saturday, Nov. 17, the Rams will turn back the clock and mark the 50th anniversary of the school's change from Colorado A&M to Colorado State by offering tickets to youth for 1957 prices -- $1. That day, the team hosts Georgia Southern in a noon kickoff at Hughes Stadium. The 5-2 Eagles are fresh off a victory over Appalachian State, who earlier this year upset the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor, Mich. CSU has dubbed that game `Kids Day,' allowing all youth 17 and younger into the contest for only $1.
The Georgia Southern game will not be televised. Tickets are now available at the McGraw Athletic Center ticket office, by calling 1-800/491-RAMS, or logging on to CSURams.com.
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