Posted September 13, 2013

Colorado-Fresno State game still on despite flooding in area

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Colorado's home game against Fresno State on Saturday will go as planned.  (Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Colorado’s home game against Fresno State on Saturday will go as planned. (Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

This Saturday’s game between Colorado and Fresno State will still be played despite flooding in the area, reports ESPN.com and other media outlets.

Buildings around the Boulder, Colo. campus have suffered water damage, at least three people were killed and more than 15 people are still unaccounted for after flooding hit the area this week.

More from ESPN.com:

Fresno State athletic director Thomas Boeh told The Sacramento Bee that weather would not prevent the game from going on as scheduled and that the Bulldogs will travel to Boulder on Friday. The Boulder Daily Camera reported that Folsom Field, which sits on higher ground, is expected to be in decent playing shape for Saturday afternoon’s game.


1 comments
K.r.Qunynghamm
K.r.Qunynghamm

If they'd had to row fans in from the parking lot in boats, require scuba gear to get to a restroom and use water ski's to play the game, they were not going to let that $$$$ get away from them.