CSU Rams see golden chance against Coach Prime's No. 18 CU Buffs in most anticipated Rocky Mountain Showdown ever.

FORT COLLINS, COLORADO — On Farrand Field, the stage for Fox's "Big Noon Kickoff" has been up all week.

ESPN is preparing for "College GameDay" by setting up shop on the business field. 

On Friday morning, "The Pat McAfee Show" and "First Take" will be aired from the grounds of the University of Colorado.

It's not too much of a stretch to say that this Rocky Mountain Showdown is the biggest and most-anticipated in its 130-year history.

This week, Colorado State coach Jay Norvell said, "I didn't know Stephen A. Smith was going to be here; that's great."

It will be Norvell's 14th game in charge of the Rams when they go to Folsom Field on Saturday night. Folsom Field is a tough place to play. No one has ever been bigger.

Norvell's second season in Fort Collins won't be made or broken by this game against Deion Sanders and the No. 18 Colorado Buffaloes.

Even if you lose your first two games, it's not the end of the world if those games were against top-25 ranked Pac-12 teams.

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