How to watch Spectrum Sports for Hawaii at the CSU football game


The second half of the Colorado State football team season begins now.

The Rams have been poor late in the season the past few years, one of countless reasons the Rams have been on a third coach for the past four seasons.

CSU freshman coach Jay Norvell is well aware of his predecessors’ late-season struggles. Despite CSU’s lackluster first half, Norvell says there’s a lot at stake from Saturday’s game against Hawaii.

“What we do over the next six weeks is really important,” Norvell said. “It’s really important for the future of this program. We have a lot to play for.”

The 2:00 p.m. MT kickoff will be streamed online via Spectrum Sports. Here’s what to know about the game and how to watch and listen online.

When or: 2:00 p.m. MT Saturday, October 22 at Canvas Stadium on the CSU campus

On your mobile device(s):

  • Download the Team1 Sports app (App Store or Google Play).
  • Once the app is open, go to the “Channels” screen (located at the bottom right of the screen).
  • Swipe down to “Hawaii Football” and tap that icon.
  • There are no streams on desktops or any connected TV devices (such as Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, etc.). You must use the Team1 Sports app on a tablet or mobile device.

The broadcast team on Spectrum Sports consists of Kanoa Leahey (play-by-play) and Rich Miano (analyst).

How to listen to the radio:

  • The CSU broadcast is available on KUAD 99.1 FM, ESPN 1600 AM (Denver), SiriusXM channel 971/381 and the TuneIn app.
  • CSU’s radio team will be Brian Roth (play-by-play), Ricky Brewer (analyst) and Marty Cesario (reporter)

Betting line: CSU is a 5.5-point favorite, according to Tipico Sportsbook.

Saturday weather in Fort Collins: The high for the day is 74 degrees, with sunset most likely coming after the game is over. Partly cloudy sky and light wind.

Participation/tickets: Canvas Stadium has a capacity of 36,500. The Rams average 29,365 fans in three home games. Single-game and multi-game tickets can be purchased at, by calling 970-491-7267, or through the stadium box office, which opens four hours before kickoff.

Unique Uniforms: Saturday’s game is the CSU’s annual “state pride” game where the Rams wear Colorado state flag jerseys.

Coaches: Hawaii is led by freshman head coach Timmy Chang, a former Norvell assistant who briefly joined CSU this offseason before taking the Hawaii job. He’s 2-5 all-time. CSU is coached by Norvell, who is in his first year in charge of the Rams. He’s 34-31 in five-plus seasons as a head coach and 1-5 at CSU.

Team records: Hawaii is 2-5 and 1-1 in Mountain West play. CSU is 1-5 and 1-1 in the MW.

Last week: Hawaii beat Nevada 31-16 at home. CSU lost a home game 17-13 to Utah State.

Series: CSU leads the all-time series 15-11 and 9-3 in Fort Collins. The last meeting was a 50-45 victory for Hawaii last season.

Follow sportswriter Kevin Lytle on Twitter and Instagram @Kevin_Lytle.


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