Two More Colorado Football Games To Be Broadcast on FSN

The Pac-12 announced another set of televised games which include two more national broadcasts for the Colorado Buffaloes:

The Buffs' showdowns with Colorado State and new Pac-12 partner Utah were selected for national broadcast by FSN on Wednesday. FSN no longer broadcasts in Colorado, but Root Sports televises much of the network's programming and will pick up both games.

The game times were also announced with the Colorado State matchup kicking off at 11:30 a.m. MT on Sept. 17th and again it will be played at Invesco Field. The kick off time for the matchup against Utah will be at 1:30 p.m. MT in Salt Lake City on Friday Nov. 25.

So far Colorado has four nationally televised games

Sept. 3 -- at Hawaii, 8:15 p.m., ESPN2

Sept. 10 -- California (non-conference)

Sept. 17 -- Colorado State (Invesco Field), 11:30 a.m., FSN/Root Sports

Sept. 24 -- at Ohio State

Oct. 1 -- WASHINGTON ST.

Oct. 8 -- at Stanford

Oct. 15 -- at Washington

Oct. 22 -- Oregon

Oct. 29 -- at Arizona St.

Nov. 4 -- USC, 7 p.m., ESPN2

Nov. 12 -- Arizona

Nov. 19 -- at UCLA

Nov. 25 -- at Utah, 1:30 p.m., FSN/Root Sports

There are still chances of other games to be broadcast on television such as the game at Ohio State or other Pac-12 matchups since the league leaves open dates to be able pick the best matchups to show on tv.

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