CSU took another big step in upgrading its nonconference football schedule Wednesday with the announcement of a home-and-home series with Oregon State that begins with a 2017 game at the new on-campus stadium in Fort Collins.Colorado State University’s first game in the new stadium will be played Sept. 9, 2017, against Abilene Christian, with the Oregon State game coming two weeks later on Sept. 23.CSU will open the 2017 season Sept. 2 in Denver against the University of Colorado and will play a road game at Alabama on Sept. 16. That gives CSU three nonconference games against schools from what now make up the Power Five conferences for the first time since 2004, when CU, Southern California and Minnesota were all on the Rams’ schedule.“We are extremely excited about the opening of our new stadium in 2017 and bringing Rams football back to campus,” CSU coach Mike Bobo said in a news release. “We also want to play the most competitive schedule we can and deliver to our fans the opportunity to see quality competition. Our 2017 non-conference schedule, with two opponents from the Pac-12 and one from the SEC, will provide our program with the type of competition we need… Read full this story
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