PUEBLO, Colo. (GoThunderWolves.com - Sept. 9, 2013) - CSU-Pueblo's Sept. 14 game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas vs. Angelo State will be carried live by Altitude 2, available to 3.1 million viewers in the State of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region.
The game, which kicks off at 7 p.m. MST at AT&T Stadium (formerly Cowboys Stadium), is part of the Lone Star Conference Football Festival. The Lone Star Conference Football Festival is the premier NCAA Division II football festival in the nation, featuring seven games between 14 teams over a three-day period. The 2013 Lone Star Conference Football Festival features three teams from Mexico and four teams ranks in the American Football Coaches' Association Preseason Top 25, which includes 8th-ranked CSU-Pueblo. Another three teams participating in the festival have "received votes" in the AFCA's Preseason Top 25.
Altitude 2 has picked up the broadcast and will air it to more than 3 million households. The network is available regionally in Colorado and nine other states. It also is available nationally for those who subscribe to the sports pack with their respective satellite providers.
Channel information is below. Please note that premium subscriptions are sometimes required to access Altitude 2 on some cable and satellite systems. Consult your subscription for more details.
Comcast Subscribers (Colorado Front Range, including Pueblo): Channel 105
DirecTV Subscribers: Channel 682
Dish Network Subscribers: Channel 445
In addition, Altitude 2 is available on select Optimum, TVision, Qwest, Kentec and US cable outlets throughout Colorado and Wyoming. Fans in those areas should check local listings for the CSU-Pueblo/Angelo State game that week.
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