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Sports / Recreation

Free student tickets, transportation to Saturday's 'Orange Out' football opener at Hughes Stadium

September 21, 2010

Students are encouraged to support their football team and join the Rams in wearing orange at Saturday's home opener, a 2 p.m. kickoff against Idaho.

Free student tickets while they last

Free tickets to every home football game are available while they last to students with a valid ID, at the McGraw Center and Lory Student Center Box Office, through Friday.

General public tickets also are available to the game, a special afternoon that will not only feature the football team wearing orange jerseys for the first time since 1945, but also Ag Day and a tribute to Keli McGregor, the late president of the Colorado Rockies who walked on at CSU and became an All-American.

Tickets in public sections are available at the McGraw Center box office during normal business hours, online at CSURams.com, or by calling 1-800/491-RAMS.

Complimentary Rams Express

Students also can take advantage of a free ride to and from Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium.

Beginning this year, Super Shuttle is partnering with the CSU athletic department to provide students complimentary transportation from several locations in Fort Collins to the stadium, and back again after the game.

Beginning 2 hours before kickoff

The Rams Express, which runs continuously beginning two hours before kickoff and makes stops approximately every 20 minutes, begins at the Marriott Fort Collins, proceeds to the Lory Student Center Transit Center and the McGraw Athletic Center parking lot, then to Rams Village on Elizabeth Street before dropping off at the stadium.

For an hour after final gun

Then after the game, for an hour after the final gun, a shuttle will leave every 20 minutes from the south side of the stadium and drop off at the same locations.

The service is free to students with a valid CSU ID.