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Cal-Stanford Game To Remain On Campus After Proposed Move To Levi's Stadium
Published August 30, 2013
STAYING OR LEAVING? In Denver, Christopher Dempsey writes the groundswell from those who want the Rocky Mountain Showdown between Colorado and Colorado State to "return to the campus sites simply needs to be patient." The contract for the game in Denver "runs through 2019, but there's not much of a decision there." It is "going back to campus -- at latest -- when Colorado State's new football stadium opens for business." Even if the school would "decline restructuring the deal to move back to campus in the short term," the CSU will "most certainly want their home game there in the new digs." CU has "pretty much always wanted its home games at Folsom Field" (DENVER POST, 8/30).