Colorado State football to host Northern Colorado in 2025, setting up matchups in consecutive seasons

Colorado State football to host Northern Colorado in 2025, setting up matchups in consecutive seasons

May 13, 2021

Colorado State and Northern Colorado added another nonconference date on the football field, with the Rams and Bears slated to meet in 2025, the schools announced Thursday.

UNC is now scheduled to head down the road to Fort Collins for two straight seasons, with a previous game already set for 2024 as well.

The schools haven’t played games in consecutive seasons against each other since a three-game run between 1930-32. The two teams met twice in 1945 and five times since after World War II, most recently in 2016.

The Rams were supposed to host the Bears in 2020 before the COVID-19 pandemic derailed those plans.

If you’re trying to beat the 30 miles or so of traffic between the two schools you could just leave now for the Sept. 7, 2024, and Sept. 13, 2025, games at Canvas Stadium

The Rams are one game shy of a fully announced 2025 non-conference schedule.

CSU future nonconference opponents (home games listed first):

  • 2021 – South Dakota State, Vanderbilt, at Toledo, at Iowa
  • 2022 – Middle Tennessee, Sacramento State, at Michigan, at Washington State
  • 2023 – Washington State, Dixie State, at Colorado, at Middle Tennessee
  • 2024 – Northern Colorado, Colorado, UTEP, at Texas
  • 2025 – Texas Tech, Northern Colorado, at Vanderbilt
  • 2026 – Vanderbilt, at Indiana, at Texas Tech
  • 2027 – Arizona, at Wisconsin
  • 2028 – at Arizona
  • 2029 – Colorado
  • 2030 – at Colorado
  • 2033 – at Colorado
  • 2034 – Colorado
  • 2037 – at Colorado
  • 2038 – Colorado

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