Colorado Football Schedules

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2002 Colorado Football Schedules

ADAMS STATE

Wayne McGinn (3rd season) 2001 Record: 2-9

RMAC: 1-7 (t-8th/9) 

A   31      WESTERN NEW MEXICO                     1:00

S     7      at Panhandle State    6:00

S   14      at Montana State    1:00

S   21      *at Fort Lewis  1:00

S   28      *FORT HAYS STATE  1:00

O    5      *NEBRASKA-KEARNEY                     1:00

O  12      *at N.M. Highlands                   1:00

O  19      *at Mesa State  1:00

N    2      *WESTERN STATE  1:00

N    9      *COLORADO MINES                  1:00

N  16  *at Chadron State                11:00

COLORADO MINES

Bob Stitt (3rd season) 2001 Record: 7-4

RMAC: 4-4 (5th/9)

A   31      at Panhandle State    1:00

S     7      SOUTH DAKOTA MINES  1:00

S   21      at Western New Mexico           12:00

S   28      *at Chadron State    1:00

O    5      *FORT HAYS STATE  1:00

O  12      *at Nebraska-Kearney                    12:00

O  19      *at Fort Lewis  1:00

O  26      *N.M. HIGHLANDS               1:00

N    2      *MESA STATE 1:00

N    9      *at Adams State  1:00

N  16      *at Western State    1:00

NORTHERN COLORADO

Kay Dalton (3rd season) 2001 Record: 7-4

NCC: 4-4 (t-4th/9)

S     7      WESTERN STATE 12:00

S   14      at Montana 1:05

S   21      *NORTH DAKOTA 12:00

S   28      *MINNESOTA STATE      12:00

O    5      *at Nebraska-Omaha                     12:00

O  12      *at St. Cloud State    12:00

O  19      *SOUTH DAKOTA 12:00

O  26      *at Augustana 11:00

N    2      *at North Dakota State             TBA

N    9      *SOUTH DAKOTA STATE      12:00

N  16      at New Haven 10:30

AIR FORCE

Fisher DeBerry (19th season) 2001 Record: 6-6

MWC: 3-4 (t-5th/8)

A   31      NORTHWESTERN    TBA

S     7      *NEW MEXICO   TBA

S   21      at California TBA

S   28      *at Utah      TBA

O    5      NAVY              TBA

O  12      *BRIGHAM YOUNG                       TBA

O  19      NOTRE DAME (ESPN2)                       7:00

O  26      *at Wyoming   TBA

O  31      *COLORADO STATE (ESPN)               5:30

N    9      at Army        1:00

N  16      *at Nevada-Las Vegas   TBA

N  23      *SAN DIEGO STATE      TBA

COLORADO STATE

Sonny Lubick (10th season) 2001 Record: 7-5

MWC: 5-2 (2nd/8)

A   22      sat Virginia  TBA

A   31      uColorado (ESPN2)                     11:00

S    7      at UCLA (FSN)  8:15

S   14      LOUISVILLE (ESPN2)                       7:30

S   28      at Nevada   TBA

O    4      at Fresno State (ESPN)  6:00

O  12      *WYOMING TBA

O  19      *at Utah      TBA

O  24      *BYU              TBA

O  31      *at Air Force (ESPN)  5:30

N  16      *at San Diego State    TBA

N  23      *NEW MEXICO   TBA

N   30       *NEVADA-LAS VEGAS    TBA 

WESTERN STATE

Jeff Zenisek (2nd season) 2001 Record: 6-5

RMAC: 5-3 (t-3rd/9)

S     7      at Northern Colorado                    1:00

S   14      at Weber State  6:00

S   21      *at Nebraska-Kearney                    12:00

S   28      *at Fort Lewis  1:00

O    5      *MESA STATE 1:00

O  12      PANHANDLE STATE      1:00

O  19      *N. M. HIGHLANDS               1:00

O  26      *at Chadron State    1:00

N    2      *at Adams State  1:00

N    9      *FORT HAYS STATE  1:00

N  16      *COLORADO MINES  1:00

COLORADO

Gary Barnett (4th season) 2001 Record: 10-3

Big 12: 7-1 (1st/6 North; Big 12 Champs)

A   31      uColorado State (ESPN2)                     11:00

S     7      SAN DIEGO STATE (FSN)     5:00

S   14      SOUTHERN CAL (ABC)   1:30

S   21      at UCLA (ABC)  1:30

O    5      *KANSAS STATE     TBA 

O  12      *at Kansas  TBA

O  19      *BAYLOR     TBA

O 26      *TEXAS TECH TBA

N    2      *at Oklahoma     TBA

N    9      *at Missouri TBA

N  16      *IOWA STATE TBA

N  29      *at Nebraska (ABC)   1:30

D    7      at Big 12 Championship         6:00

FORT LEWIS

Todd Throckmorton (3rd season) 2001 Record: 2-9

RMAC: 1-7 (t-7th/9)

A   31      at Central Washington           12:00

S   14      at Western Washington             6:00

S   21      *ADAM STATE 1:00

S   28      *WESTERN STATE  1:00

O    5      *at Chadron State    1:00

O  12      *at Fort Hays State    2:00

O  19      *COLORADO MINES  1:00

O  26      *NEBRASKA-KEARNEY                     1:00

N    2      at Western New Mexico             1:00

N    9      *at N.M. Highlands                   1:00

N  16      *at Mesa State  1:00

COLORADO COLLEGE

Greg Polnasek (6th season) 2001 Record: 3-6

(Independent)

S     7      CORNELL COLLEGE                    1:00

S   21      at North Central  1:00

S   28      at Macalester  1:00

O    5      LEWS & CLARK  1:00

O  12      CLAREMONT 1:00

O  26      at Rhodes   1:30

N    2      at Occidental  7:00

N    9      HASKELL       1:00

N  16      LAKELAND 12:00

MESA STATE

Joe Ramunno (5th season)  2001 Record: 7-4

RMAC: 5-3 (t-3rd/9)

A   31      WESTERN OREGON                    7:00

S     7      at Southern Utah     7:00

S   14      at North Dakota  1:00

S   21      *at N.M. Highlands                   1:00

O    5      *at Western State    1:00

O  12      *CHADRON STATE      1:00

O  19      *ADAMS STATE  1:00

O  26      *at Fort Hays State    6:00

N    2      *at Colorado Mines   1:00

N    9      *NEBRASKA-KEARNEY                     1:00

N  16      *FORT LEWIS 1:00

DENVER BRONCOS

Mike Shanahan (8th season) 2001 Record: 8-8 (3rd/AFC West)

Preseason

A  10      at Chicago (KUSA)                        6:00

A   19      SAN FRANCISCO (ABC)   6:00

A   24      at Arizona (KUSA)                        6:00

A   29      SEATTLE (KUSA)  7:00

Regular Season

S     8      ST. LOUIS (FOX)  2:15

S   15      at San Francisco (CBS)    2:15

S   22      BUFFALO (CBS)  2:05

S   30      at Baltimore (ABC)   7:00

O    6      SAN DIEGO (CBS)    2:05

O  13      MIAMI (ESPN)  6:30

O  20      at Kansas City (CBS)    11:00

O  27      at New England (CBS)    2:15

N  11      OAKLAND (ABC)  7:00

N  17      at Seattle (CBS)  2:15

N  24      INDIANAPOLIS (ESPN)  6:30

D    1      at San Diego (CBS)    2:05

D    8      at N.Y. Jets (CBS)    2:15

D  15      KANSAS CITY (CBS)    2:05

D  22      at Oakland (CBS)    2:15

D  29      ARIZONA (FOX)  2:15

(Bye Week:  November 3)

 


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