Oregon State vs Colorado State

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Date: Saturday, Aug. 26
Time: 2:30 p.m. ET
Location: Colorado State Stadium — Fort Collins, Colorado

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The college football regular season kicks off a week before Labor Day in 2017, and very first game will take place in Fort Collins, Colorado, as Oregon State Beavers out of the Pac-12 will open against Colorado State in its new 41,200-seat, on-campus stadium.

Oregon State is coming off a 4-8 campaign but closed strong with consecutive Pac-12 wins over Arizona and Oregon. Colorado State is fresh off a 7-6 season and a trip to the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.

“We’re doing things like Power Five schools and guys are starting to internalize that, take pride and honor in the responsibility,” said senior offensive lineman Zack Golditch, whose team faces two Pac-12 teams right out of the gate and later travels to top-ranked Alabama on Sept. 16. “It’s a new feel, knowing that here at CSU we’re doing bigger and better things. Now, we’re able to show off the things we’re doing.”

Originally, this wasn’t supposed to be the opener for either team. But when Colorado State found out its conference schedule in March – and realized it would play 12 straight weeks without a bye – the school asked the Beavers to switch the game to what’s been termed Week Zero.

In doing so, the Rams have a chance to show off their new digs to a larger audience, since they’re kicking off the college football season. They wouldn’t mind christening the new field the same way they closed their old home – with a win.


Oregon State: Coach Gary Andersen kicks off his third season with the Beavers with junior college transfer quarterback Jake Luton — formerly of Idaho — taking the snaps. The big 6-foot-7, 234-pounder set Ventura College records with 3,551 yards and 40 passing touchdowns a year ago. Leading rusher Ryan Nall returns to help the transition to Luton in an offense that should resemble Andersen’s more traditional ground-and-pound offenses at Wisconsin in 2013 and 2014. Andersen challenged his defensive linemen to become more physical at the start of fall camp, and the Rams should provide a good test for a Beaver defense that gave up 429.2 yards per game last year.

Colorado State: It’ll be a raucous atmosphere as the coach Mike Bobo’s crew cuts the ribbon on their new digs. Quarterback Nick Stevens earned the starting job last season when he threw 19 touchdowns and five picks. All 19 touchdowns came over the last seven games, during which time he only threw three interceptions. Dalyn Dawkins (919 yards, four touchdowns) and Izzy Matthews (734 yards, 13 touchdowns) provide a very solid 1-2 punch in the backfield. Defensively, the linebacking corps should be one of the strengths of the Rams in 2017.

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