Posted October 23, 2009
The Rams return to the field this week at home against San Diego State looking for their first win in October.
Saturday, October 24, 2p.m.
Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium
Student and reserved seats remain available. Call 1-800-491-RAMS or visit CSURams.com.
Medal of Honor recipients to be honored
Four of CSU's alumni -- one who served in World World II and three who served in the Vietnam war -- will be honored in a ceremony conducted by the Governor and other dignitaries. [details]
Colorado State Band Day
On Band Day, hundreds of local high school marching band members and the CSU Marching Band take to the field to create one big-band sound. [details]
Special guests from Denver Ronald McDonald House
The Colorado State Spirit Committee and the CSU athletic department will host 50 children battling cancer from the Ronald McDonald House in Denver. Dr. Steven Withrow, a distinguished professor and a leading cancer researcher in Department of Clinical Sciences, also will host the group. CSU's tight ends coach Marc Lubick, who battled a rare form of cancer three years ago, also is involved with the group. [details]
Saturday, 11 a.m.
Located just east of the team tunnel entrance at Hughes Stadium, Ram Town features interactive play areas for kids, including the Ram Locker Room Experience and an obstacle course. Best of all, Ram Town is free! There will be plenty of food and beverages available for every Ram fan.
When the football team arrives at the stadium at approximately noon, Ram fans can join the CSU marching band, spirit squads, cheerleaders and mascot in forming a tunnel for the team to walk through as it makes its way to the locker room.
Saturday, 2 p.m.
Be there for the kickoff and join in the traditional key jingle to start the game.
Contact: Zak Gilbert
Phone: (970) 491-5067