The Colorado St. Rams have announced that they will be streaming seven football games on the Rams All-Access channel this season. This online option begins with their home opener this weekend against the defending FCS national champions North Dakota State, which is also scheduled to air locally on KTVD channel 20 in Denver.
Rams athletic director Jack Graham is excited that more fans across the country can see Colorado State football:
"We are extremely excited to offer yet another viewing option for Rams fans across the country," said Graham. "We have worked diligently with our television partners and the Mountain West to provide online streaming for the first time for our football program, and we believe that this is just the first step in offering unprecedented access to the Rams Athletics."
This is not free online viewing, Rams All-Access cost $9.95 per month or $59.95 for the year.
Some of these games will have viewing restrictions due to other networks carrying the game, but the home opener against North Dakota State does not have any restrictions.
Below are the games that are available online, plus included are the blacked out areas:
• 9/8 vs. North Dakota State, 9/22 vs. Utah State and 11/3 at Wyoming (KTVD-20): No restrictions
• 9/29 at Air Force (Altitude) [blacked out in Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming]
• 10/6 vs. Fresno State (Time Warner Cable SportsNet) [blacked out in California, Hawai'i and Nevada]
• 11/10 vs. UNLV (Time Warner Cable SportsNet) [blacked out in California, Hawai'i and Nevada]
• 11/24 vs. New Mexico (ROOT SPORTS) [blacked out in Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming]