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Colorado State Football Home Openers Will Stream on Evoca

ANN ARBOR, MI - SEPTEMBER 03: Colorado State Rams head coach Jay Norvell, center, calls out instructions from the sidelines during the second quarter of a non-conference college football game between the Colorado State Rams and the Michigan Wolverines on September 3, 2022 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Last Updated on September 6, 2022

College football is back, and now there are more ways to enjoy the game. One team is partnering with a streaming service to make it easier for local fans to enjoy the game.

Who is playing? Where can I watch?

Colorado State University recently partnered with Evoca to stream their first two home games of the 2022 season. The games are scheduled for September 10th when CSU plays Middle Tennessee, and September 24 with Sacramento State. Each game will start at 2 pm. The games will have commentary from Brian Roth and former Colorado State quarterback Mark Driscoll.

In addition to the games streaming on Evoca, the games will air on Local3 in the Denver Metro area and MeTV in Colorado Springs.

Evoca previously partnered with CSU for broadcasts of men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, soccer and softball. Dana McLeod, the CFO and Head of Content at Evoca, gave insight into the deal in a press release, saying “continuing our partnership with Rams athletics furthers our mission to make sports accessible to everyone.”

What is Evoca?

Evoca is a community-based broadcaster who specializes in airing local sports and entertainment. In Colorado, Evoca currently broadcasts games for Northern Colorado University, CSU, and for the recent additions Denver University and Metropolitan State University – Denver.

Evoca has been working to expand nationally, through its unique platform that combines both broadcasting and streaming services. An Evoca subscription includes access to local sports, news, weather channels, as well as some on-demand programming. The subscription costs $25 per month, with no contract. Evoca is currently streaming in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, and Michigan.

To learn more about the services that Evoca provides follow the link here.


  • Madeline Myers

    Madeline C. Myers is a rising third-year law student at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Madeline received her B.A. in Political Science in January of 2022. Madeline is the Co-President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society for this upcoming year. This is the second summer she is managing a softball team for her fellow CWRU Law peers through the local bar association. In her free time she is an avid Cleveland Browns, Cavaliers, and Guardians fan, and watches ESPN, Blue Bloods, NCIS, and CNN.

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