In 2012, Colorado State football was regulated to local broadcast, for the most part, as only four games were made available on a national basis. 2013 is looking a whole lot better for television exposure for the Rams football team, they currently have at least six nationally televised games and the six they have so far are slated to be on the CBS Sports Network.
On Tuesday, the school announced that their road game against Tulsa on Sept. 7 will also be shown on CBS Sports Network and at 8 p.m. ET.
There will also be at least one more televised game since Colorado State travels to the SEC to take on Jim McElwain's former club Alabama. Time and network has not been announced, but the game has a good chance of being on ABC (likely regional coverage), ESPN or ESPN2.
After that Alabama game nothing is for certain, but there could be a chance that Altitude or ROOT Sports picks up the remaining five games.
Here is Colorado State's current 2013 schedule: