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ESPN Denver 1600 now home to Colorado State Rams football, basketball

May 11, 2022, 1:38 PM | Updated: 1:42 pm
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Colorado State Athletics is coming to ESPN Denver 1600 this fall.

In conjunction with Townsquare Media NoCo and Bonneville Denver, the CSU Rams are extending their broadcast coverage area. Fans will be able to hear the green and gold across the entire metro area with ESPN Denver 1600.

Both CSU football and men’s basketball games will be carried as well as select women’s basketball matchups. Denver’s leading sports station, 104.3 The Fan, will also carry a select schedule of high-profile Rams games each season.

“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, in a news release. “As we progressed through this renewal process, it was important that we connect with partners to help cover our state, and we are thankful to LEARFIELD for bringing that vision to fruition.”

ESPN Denver 1600 will also air Rams football and basketball coaches’ shows each week during their respective seasons. Featured on these shows are football head coach Jay Norvell, men’s basketball head coach Niko Medved and women’s basketball head coach Ryun Williams.

“We’re very excited for ESPN Denver 1600 to become the Mile High City’s radio home of the Colorado State Rams,” said Raj Sharan, Program Director of ESPN Denver 1600 and 104.3 The Fan. “We’re eager to listen in as Brian Roth calls the action in Coach Norvell’s first year while Coach Medved and Coach Williams look to continue building on their winning seasons.”

Brian Roth will lead the broadcast for football and men’s basketball games as the Voice of the Rams.

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