Dec. 11, 2009
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The Author of Aggies to Rams, the first definitive book on the history of CSU football and a great hard-cover Christmas present, will be available Saturday at the McGraw Athletic Center to present a special 101 session.
John Hirn, who earlier this fall completed the spectacular book, is presenting a lecture in the Adolph Coors Foundation Auditorium at the McGraw Center, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. MT just prior to CSU’s men’s basketball game vs. Montana. Admission to Hirn’s presentation is free.
All who are interested in attending are invited to hear him discuss the book, see some pictures and watch some historic game film from the 1949 Raisin Bowl.
Dec. 12 is also a historic day in CSU football annals. The date marks two years since Steve Fairchild was announced as head football coach, as well as 84 years since the Aggies traveled to Hawaii to play the Rainbows and 94 years since the 1915 team was honored for the first football championship in school history.
Guests will have the opportunity to purchase Aggies to Rams at the presentation.
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