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By: CUBuffs.com
Where To Watch, Listen To The Buffs Saturday
Release: September 13, 2012
By: Curtis Snyder, Associate SID
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BOULDER—The University of Colorado football game at Fresno State on Saturday, September 15, will kickoff at 6 p.m. MT and be aired nationally on the CBS Sports Network as part of the Mountain West Conference TV package.   The CU Radio Network broadcast changed and AM 760 will serve as the flagship station this week. 

James Bates, Aaron Taylor and CU alum Lauren Gardner will call the action on CBS Sports, which can be found locally in the Denver Metro Area at the following locations:

  • Comcast/Xfinity – 412 or in HD on 846 – If you don’t see it, call Comcast at 800-226-2278
  • DISH Network – 158, 158 (HD) and 9495 – If you don’t see it, call DISH at 800-823-4929
  • DirecTV – 613 and 613 (HD) – If you don’t see it, call DirecTV at 888-777-2454 (and while you’re at it, tell them you want the Pac-12 Networks!). 

Others can navigate to www.cbssportsnetwork.com where there is a channel finder.

Due to a scheduling change by the Colorado Rockies, the entirety of the game will be aired on AM 760 in Denver instead of the originally scheduled appearance on 850 KOA.  

The pregame radio show with Mark Johnson, Larry Zimmer and Kami Carmann will start at 3 p.m. MT and postgame coverage will extend until 11:30 p.m.  The pregame and part of the postgame show will be streamed live on CUBuffs.com and the game will also air on Sirius satellite radio on channel 104.  

Other stations airing the game as part of the Colorado Football Network include: Alamosa (KALQ/94.5FM), Aspen (KFNO/106.1 FM, which also serves Eagle, 96.7FM; Roaring Fork, 94.3FM and Old Snowmass, 93.9FM), Durango (KRSJ/100.5 FM), Grand Junction (KTMM/1340AM), Rifle (KNAM, 1490AM) and Steamboat Springs (KTYV/ 98.9FM).  Those stations pick up the pregame show at 3:30 p.m. and will be on the postgame show until 10 p.m.

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