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Video: College football commentator spots a Sasquatch in Fort Collins!

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You heard it here first, Colorado. Thanks to a reader tip, Westword has discovered video proof of some type of Sasquatch-type creature that lives in the foothills of Fort Collins and appears only during Colorado State University football games.

Amazingly, the beast was first spotted romping on a nearby hill by a Mountain West Sports Network commentator during a November game between the CSU Rams and the New Mexico Lobos.

"That was 'A' Mountain right behind Hughes Stadium. I swear to god it was a Sasquatch of some sort!" exclaims the commentator.

Though the dark, blurry figure seems to be stumbling against the white backdrop at times as if inebriated, and can be seen wearing what appears to be white sneakers, the video below clearly shows the existence of a large ape-like creature known to cryptozoologists as a Sasquatch or Bigfoot. Astounding! -- Jared Jacang Maher

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