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Originally posted July 7, 2010
The Rams and the Buffs will return to Denver and meet at noon on Saturday, Sept. 4 at Invesco Field at Mile High, home of the Denver Broncos.
Ticket update Aug. 24, 2010: CSU student-section tickets have sold out, but students are still welcome at the game and invited to sit in the public sections. Plenty of seats are still available, from suites and lower-bowl seats to upper-deck sideline tickets.
Ticket update Aug. 16, 2010: As of this morning, only 500 student tickets remained for sale in the Rams' student section for the Sept. 4 Cinch Jeans Rocky Mountain Showdown. Students that purchased tickets last month are expected to receive those print-at-home tickets via an e-mail from the Denver Broncos this week.
Ticket update Aug. 3, 2010: Less than 1,500 student tickets remain for the CSU game. The bus transportation offered in conjunction with ASCSU has sold out. To order game tickets, students should visit the special student ticket page.
Again this year, Colorado State University and the University of Colorado make the trip down to Invesco Field to compete in the time-honored tradition of competing for glory and respect on the gridiron.
On Monday, July 19, student tickets for the 2010 Rocky Mountain Showdown go on sale at CSURams.com.
The Rams and the Buffs will return to Denver and meet at noon on Saturday, Sept. 4 at Invesco Field at Mile High, home of the Denver Broncos. The game will be televised on The Mtn. in high-definition.
After last year's resounding 23-17 triumph in Boulder, CSU can join the 1915-16, 1925-27, 1948-49 and 1999-2000 teams with a second straight win over CU when the teams renew their nationally prominent rivalry – which began in 1893. The Rams and Buffs have split their last four meetings.
Student tickets for Rocky Mountain Showdown, all priced at $25 (price includes a $5 fee), will go on sale July 19, and will be available only online at CSURams.com.
All CSU student customers will receive general-admission tickets assigned to one of three zones in the Rams’ student sections at Invesco Field. Those that purchase first will be placed in a lower-field-level zone. Once that zone sells out, student customers will be placed in an upper-field-level zone. The last to purchase will be placed in an upper-bowl zone.
Students that wish to purchase a guest ticket for a non-CSU student can do so for $60 (price includes a $5 fee). Those guest tickets will be assigned to the purchasing student’s zone so the guest can sit next to the student in general-admission seating.
All student and student-guest tickets to the CU game will be print at home. Students should save their confirmation numbers at the time of purchase. In mid-August, the Denver Broncos will e-mail student customers tickets they can print at home.
[Sold out] Also, in conjunction with the Associated Students of Colorado State University, the university again will offer round-trip bus transportation for an affordable $12. That option will be available on CSURams.com beginning July 19, so students if they desire can purchase transportation with their tickets.