The 2021 Colorado State football season comes to a close Saturday night.
The Rams host Nevada in the final game of the regular season. CSU can't qualify for a bowl and while the Wolfpack will go bowling, they can't make the Mountain West title game, even with a win Saturday.
CSU will be wearing its Colorado state-flag themed jerseys for senior day.
Saturday's 7 p.m. kickoff will be broadcast by CBS Sports Network. Here's what to know about the game and how to watch and listen online.
During the first half: CSU football coach Steve Addazio ejected vs. Nevada
When/where: 7 p.m. Saturday at Canvas Stadium on CSU's campus in Fort Collins
How to find CBS Sports Network (CBSSN):
Comcast/Xfinity: 412 (846 for HD)
Dish Network: 158
Fort Collins Connexion: 70
Online stream: CBSSports.com/CBS-Sports-Network/
The broadcast team on CBS Sports Network is Dave Ryan (play-by-play) and Corey Chavous (analyst).
How to listen on the radio:
The CSU broadcast is available on KARS 102.9 FM, SiriusXM channel 971 and the TuneIn app.
CSU's radio team will be Brian Roth (play-by-play), Mike Brohard (analyst) and Marty Cesario (reporter).
Betting line: Nevada is a 3.5-point favorite, according to Tipico Sportsbook.
Saturday's weather in Fort Collins: Saturday's forecast high is 55 degrees with partly sunny skies and winds of 5-10 mph. Sunset comes before kickoff at 4:35 p.m., long before the 7 p.m. kickoff. The overnight low is 27 degrees.
Attendance/tickets: Canvas Stadium has a capacity of 36,500. Tickets can be purchased at CSURams.com/tickets, by calling 970-491-7267 or via the stadium box office, which opens four hours before kickoff.
Coaches: CSU is coached by Steve Addazio, who is in his second year leading the Rams. He's 4-11 at CSU and 61-66 in 11 seasons overall as a head coach. Jay Norvell is in his fifth season as head coach and has a record of 32-26 at Nevada.
Team records: CSU is 3-8 overall and 2-5 in Mountain West play. Nevada is 7-4 overall and 4-3 in league play.
Last week: CSU lost 50-45 at Hawaii. Nevada lost 41-39 in triple-overtime vs. Air Force.
Series: CSU leads the all-time series 12-4. The last matchup was a 49-10 Nevada win in Reno in 2018.
Other notes: CSU will be wearing its Colorado flag-themed "state pride" uniforms. Nevada is 0-8 all-time in Fort Collins.
Follow Kevin Lytle at twitter.com/Kevin_Lytle and at facebook.com/KevinSLytle. Coloradoan sports can also be followed on Twitter. Support his work and that of other Coloradoan journalists by purchasing a digital subscription today.
This article originally appeared on Fort Collins Coloradoan: What channel is the Nevada-CSU football game on? How to watch