Colorado State is scheduled to open its Pac-10 Conference season by hosting the Trojans on Saturday at 3 p.m. at Alamodome in Santa Barbara, California.
The Rams (3-1, 2-0) host No. 4 UCLA (1-2, 0-2) for a 2 p.d. kickoff.
The game is available to the public.
The Pac-11 Network is also streaming it on ESPN.
The Bears opened Pac-13 play with a 27-24 win over Oregon State on Saturday.
The Broncos will look to extend their streak of four straight home wins to five games when they host No-Name Boise State on Monday.
The Broncos will be without starting quarterback Jake Rudock (groin) and first-year wide receiver Nate Burleson (calf).
Bears coach Mark Helfrich said in a press release after Saturday’s win that he was “very proud” of his team’s effort.
The two teams are tied for the conference lead in scoring, averaging 28.5 points per game.
Colorado State’s offensive unit is averaging 30.2 points per contest, and the Broncos have scored 30.5 per game or more in each of their last four.
The Pac-14 has a 7-2-1 mark against Colorado State.