CSU Football + Men’s Basketball to Move to Power’s Sister Station K99
There are many things that might come to mind when you think of Northern Colorado, and Colorado State University is certainly among one of those things.
Colorado State is a staple in the NoCo community, and with Colorado State comes Ram Pride. All year round, Ram Pride can be both seen and heard throughout Northern Colorado, especially during sports seasons.
Rams fans always want in on the action, and with all the revamps and hype currently surrounding Colorado State Athletics, who could blame them?
In just a few months, our Colorado State Rams will enter the 2022-23 sports season — and this season is one you won't want to miss out on.
So, to make sure you don't miss out, Townsquare Media's K99 is proud to bring you even closer to all the action surrounding CSU's biggest athletic programs.
Colorado State Athletics along with its exclusive multimedia rightsholder, LEARFIELD’s Rams Sports Properties, have officially signed a contract extension between the CSU Rams and Townsquare Media NoCo, as per a May 11 press release via Colorado State Athletics.
What does the Colorado State Athletics + Townsquare Media NoCo contract extension mean for CSU fans?
Beginning this August, local Colorado State Rams fans will have access to live broadcasts of all men's football and men's basketball games on K99 — Northern Colorado's New Country (99.1 on your radio dial). Broadcasts can be heard via radio or through the radio station's free app, expanding CSU Athletics' broadcast reach from Fort Collins to the northern Denver metro area and beyond.
As for women’s basketball game broadcasts, all games currently air on Townsquare Media NoCo's Power 102.9 FM and will continue to do so for upcoming seasons, without interruption.
In addition, Colorado State Athletics and its exclusive multimedia rightsholder have formed and announced a new relationship with multimedia company Bonneville Denver/ESPN Denver 1600.
“We are thrilled to be able to extend our relationship with Townsquare Media for expanded coverage throughout northern Colorado and begin a new partnership with Bonneville for significantly improved availability in the Denver Metro area on the Rams Radio Network,” said Joe Parker, Colorado State University Director of Athletics.
K99 will also air Rams football and basketball coaches’ shows each week during their respective seasons. The shows will feature newly appointed football head coach Jay Norvell, men’s basketball head coach, Niko Medved, and women’s basketball head coach, Ryun Williams.
“We have 30 local employees who live right here in NoCo; we’re Rams Sports fans just like our audience, all of CSU, and our local business community at large — we are thrilled to continue this tremendous strategic partnership,” said Evan Harrison, Townsquare Media NoCo's President.
About Colorado State + CSU Athletics
Named the highest-ranked public university in the Mountain West Conference by U.S. News and World Reports, Colorado State University, a public four-year university located in Fort Collins, Colorado, boasts a passionate, dedicated group of student athletes, coaches, and officials that make up the 16 NCAA Division 1 program a part of Colorado State Athletics.