BOULDER—The University of Colorado football game at Washington State on Saturday, September 22, will kickoff at 2 p.m. MT and be aired nationally on FX as part of the Pac-12 television agreement . The CU Radio Network broadcast will hit the air at 12:05 p.m. on 850 KOA.
For the fourth straight week, a CU alum will be in the broadcast booth as former QB Joel Klatt will be the analyst alongside Craig Bolerjack and Petros Papadakis. A CU alum is also on the sidelines for KOA with former women's basketball captain Kami Carmann assigned those duties alongside Mark Johnson and Larry Zimmer in the booth on KOA.
Here's where you can find FX locally and on the satellite companies. Be sure to check your local listsings:
- Comcast/Xfinity – 691 in HD and 27 for standard definition.
- DISH Network – 136 (SD and HD) and 5345 in HD – If you don’t see it, call DISH at 800-823-4929
- DirecTV – 248 (SD and 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!).
The radio broadcast will also stream 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.