Get Ready for Some 2022 CSU Football With Our Winning Guide
A new era for Colorado State football is upon us and we couldn't be happier and more proud to be a part of it.
We are excited not only for a fresh start for CSU Rams football but also to be your official home for Colorado State Rams football. This year, you can catch every game, home and away, right here on K99, a Townsquare Media radio station.
Oh yeah, we're about to be decked out from head to toe in green and gold as we come up on opening day for the team when the travel to Ann Arbor Michigan to take on the Wolverines on Sept 3.
That game in Michigan will be followed the next weekend on September 10th with the home debut for new CSU head coach Jay Norvell.
There is a lot of new things and new faces involved with the 2022 edition of Colorado State Rams football and not just the head coach.
There will be a few new and important faces on the field with the Colorado State Rams.
Who are the key new players to look out for on the Colorado State roster this year?
Offensively, this is going to be a completely different style and look with a high powered passing game something that hasn't been the case here in a while.
On the defensive side of the ball, while there have been some losses namely Scott Patchan, there is plenty of talent returning including linebackers Cam'ron Carter and Dequan Jackson, who is on the Bednarik Award preseason watch list.
It looks to be a fresh and exciting season and that's exactly what this area deserves, a great football program that we can be proud of and excited to watch. The season gets underway September 3rd in Michigan followed by the home opener the following week against Middle Tennessee.
So if you can't make it to the games in person or if you're watching on TV, we encourage you to turn down the volume on the television and listen to our LOCAL broadcasters call the action live on K99 for every game, home and away.
For tickets, various options and season ticket packages, Colorado State University is making it super easy to get to Canvas Stadium to experience the excitement yourself.
Speaking of which, one of the things that can be frustrating is figuring out where to park for games. If you don't mind walking a few blocks, there are plenty of lots surrounding the stadium but sometimes, depending on the game, they may be sold out unless you get there super early.
Personally, I have a couple of lots I go to for every game, one of them is just South of the stadium on Prospect in a little church parking lot and there's also a lot on Shields just West of the stadium.
Here's a little go-to parking guide to help you when it comes to parking and the rules are where to and where not to park on gamedays.
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