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Utah State vs. Colorado State: How to watch, listen to or stream the game

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The sun sets over Maverik Stadium in Logan.

The sun sets over Maverik Stadium in Logan on Friday, Oct. 1, 2021.

Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News

Utah State (4-2) vs. Colorado State (3-3)

  • Kickoff: Friday, 7:30 p.m. MDT
  • Venue: Maverik Stadium (25,100 capacity)
  • TV: CBS Sports Network
  • Livestream: CBSSports.com
  • Radio: KZNS 1280 AM/97.5 FM
  • Series: Colorado State leads the all-time series 39-35-2.
  • Weather: Mostly cloudy with temperatures in the high 50s at kickoff.


For Utah State: Although Colorado State leads the all-time series between the two sides, Utah State has won the last two and five of the last eight.

For Colorado State: The Rams started the season 1-3 but have won their last two games. They never scored more than 23 points in any of those first four games but have averaged 34 in their last two.


Can the Utah State defense be up for the challenge of facing a Colorado State offense that is playing well right now? The Aggies have struggled pretty mightily at times on that side of the ball this season, even against offenses that aren’t all that good. The Utah State offense has mostly been up to the task of staying with teams, but surely they’d prefer to not have to play from behind all of the time.


Colorado State tight end Trey McBride rolls in for a touchdown after catching a pass against Air Force in the first half of an NCAA football game Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, in Fort Collins, Colo.

David Zalubowski, Associated Press


Trey McBride, TE, Colorado State: McBride is the top pass-catching tight end in the country. His 593 receiving yards rank 16th in the country among wide receivers and tight ends.

“Explosive offense. Play ya fast, play in tempo, get the ball vertically down the field and really stretch your defense. They’ve done a great job. Really well-coached outfit, really well-coached team. I’m not surprised.” — Colorado State head coach Steve Addazio on Utah State

“They’re built big. Gonna play with as many big bodies and tight ends as they possibly can and extend gaps and play physical football.” — Utah State head coach Blake Anderson on Colorado State


The Aggies will remain at home and play Hawaii on Oct. 30. The Rams will head back home to face Boise State on the same day.


Sept. 4 — Utah State 26, Washington State 23

Sept. 10 — Utah State 48, North Dakota 24

Sept. 18 — Utah State 49, Air Force 45

Sept. 25 — Boise State 27, Utah State 3

Oct. 1 — BYU 34, Utah State 20

Oct. 9 — BYE

Oct. 16 — Utah State 28, UNLV 24

Oct. 22 — Colorado State (7:30 p.m., CBS Sports Network)

Oct. 30 — Hawaii (1 p.m., Spectrum Sports)

Nov. 6 — at New Mexico State (2 p.m., FloSports)

Nov. 13 — at San Jose State (TBD, Fox Sports)

Nov. 20 — Wyoming (6 p.m., CBS Sports Network)

Nov. 26 — at New Mexico (11 a.m., FS1)