BOULDER — The University of Colorado now knows its game times and television arrangements for the entire month of September, as the Pac Conference on Thursday released the information for 43 games for the upcoming football season. Game times and TV networks are established for five of CU's 12 games, including four slated for national broadcast. It will technically be the 24th straight year that the "Rocky Mountain Showdown" will be televised on an either a regional or national basis, as the CBS Sports Network will broadcast the game for the fourth time, including the game when it was known as CSTV. It will be the 18th time the rivals meet in Denver, where the Buffaloes own an edge, and the 90th time overall, with the Buffaloes owning a lead in the series including last year's win, their third straight in the series and sixth in the last eight.
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All my configurations are up to date including my browser and my Flash Player. I can't connect at all.
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