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FORT COLLINS — Tickets remain on sale today for Saturday’s home football
opener for Colorado State University.
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The 29th CSU Ag Day barbecue, a scholarship fundraiser which showcases
Colorado agricultural products, will be served from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
in the south parking lot of Hughes Stadium on Overland Trail between
Drake and Prospect roads.
Tickets sold to the pre-game barbecue will help raise money for
scholarships awarded to CSU College of Agricultural Sciences students.
Twelve $2,000 scholarships were awarded last year.
Ag Day tickets are $16.50 today or $20 on Saturday. A limited number of
combination football and barbecue tickets can be purchased online or in
person. Online ordering information is at www.csuagday.com. The Ag Day
office, located on CSU’s campus in Room 127A of the Shepardson Building,
will continue to sell tickets through Friday.
The barbecue menu includes Colorado-grown beef, pork, lamb, beans, dairy
products, produce, watermelon, apples and other foods. Drinks include
Pepsi products and Colorado-brewed beer, with all beer sales going
directly to the scholarship fund. Attendees also will be given
At 2 p.m. Saturday, the Rams will take on the University of Idaho
Vandals at Sonny Lubick Field. The Rams will wear custom orange
throwback jerseys to honor the original school colors of pumpkin and
For more information, visit www.csuagday.com or call 970-491-6497.