AUDIO: Colorado State AD Jack Graham Working To Get All Football Games Televised

With the Mtn. network shutting down it put a damper on the amount of Colorado St. Rams football games that would be televised. Currently, Colorado State has only three games that will be broadcast this season. Those three games are the Colorado game which is on FX, at San Jose State on ESPN3 and a home tilt against Boise State which will be broadcast on CBS Sports Network. When the Mtn. was around Colorado State could bank on having no less than 10 of their games on television.

Colorado State athletic director Jack Graham was on ESPN Radio 102.3 in Denver to discuss all of Colorado State athletics, but he also spent a few minutes talking about what the plan is to get more Colorado State football games on television.

Graham said that he has been working with ROOT Sports and Altitude to broadcast games on a regional basis, and said that not all but a number of games have already been picked up. However, Graham did not specify which of the home games have been selected.

Here is the complete interview, the television talks begins at the three minute mark:

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