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Football announces 2009 promotional dates

April 3, 2009

Colorado State has finalized its home football promotional dates. Ag Day is Sept. 12 when Weber State takes the field against the Rams. The Homecoming/Family Weekend game brings Utah to town for a 4 p.m. Oct. 10 kickoff.


Homecoming Oct. 10 vs. Utah

Colorado State has finalized its home football promotional dates, the athletic department announced Thursday.  CSU's 2009 promotional dates:

Sept. 12  Weber State, 3 p.m. - Ag Day

Sept. 19  Nevada, 3 p.m. - Ram Legends Weekend & Ram Club tailgate in Ram Town

Oct. 10  Utah, 4 p.m., The Mtn. - Homecoming Family Weekend

Oct. 24  San Diego State, 2 p.m., The Mtn. - Band Day

Oct. 31  Air Force, 2 p.m., The Mtn. - Hall of Fame Game; Cans Around the Oval Promotion

The Rams' home schedule features three teams that attended bowls last season, including games against Utah, the reigning Sugar Bowl champion who finished No. 2 in the nation last season, and Front Range rival Air Force.

Tickets to the Utah and Air Force games will be premium priced at $40, but fans receive those tickets at the normal $30 price when they purchase them as part of a season-ticket package.

Season tickets offers

There are still great offers available for fans looking to purchase season tickets, including the Early Bird Family Plan, which will be available until April 30, and a weekly sweepstakes for current season-ticket holders who renew online before April 17.

To order CSU season tickets, or for any ticket questions, fans can visit CSURams.com or call the ticket office at 1-800/491-RAMS

U. of Idaho Oct. 3 at Kibbie Dome

The University of Idaho announced that the kickoff of the Oct. 3 contest will be at 3 p.m. MT. With that announcement, the time of every CSU football game, except for Sept. 5 game at Colorado, has been set.

When the Rams and Vandals meet in the Kibbie Dome in Moscow, Idaho, it will be only the fourth time that CSU has played a game in a dome stadium. The Rams' previous indoor games were at Minnesota in 2005 (Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome), in the New Orleans Bowl victory over North Texas in 2001 (Louisiana Superdome) and at Houston in 1972 (Astrodome).

CSU, however, has played on the Kibbie Dome turf before, in a 33-30 win in 1973, but that was two years before the roof was added to the structure.

This will be the sixth game between the two schools, with CSU holding a 3-2 record overall.