Before the rivalry game, Travis Hunter criticizes Colorado State during warm-ups.

Before the rivalry game, Travis Hunter criticizes Colorado State during warm-ups.

Travis Hunter, a wide receiver and cornerback for the Colorado football team, made a dig at Colorado State as he warmed up at Folsom Field on Saturday night for the matchup.

Before Saturday night’s game between Colorado football and Colorado State, Travis Hunter shouted an admonishment to his opponents while standing in front of a moving TV camera.
Hunter said, “They definitely messed with the wrong team.
“Talk only, no bite.

The verbal spat between the college football programs over the previous week was sparked by Colorado State head coach Jay Norvell, who questioned Deion Sanders’ level of professionalism.

No. 18 Colorado comes into the game on the strength of victories over TCU and Nebraska to start the season.
The university is receiving national attention as it enters its final Pac-12 season.

However, Norvell has criticized Deion Sanders and his team’s flamboyant approach, saying this past week, “I sat down with ESPN today.
It doesn’t matter if Boulder people hear it. I told them that I had removed my hat and glasses. I claimed that I remove my hat and glasses when speaking with adults.
That is what my mother instilled in me.

Deion Sanders gave his players all sunglasses as a response.
After seeing how the Buffaloes responded to Nebraska’s “disrespect,” his son, Colorado quarterback Shedeur Sanders, questioned Colorado State’s decision to use profanity.

Shedeur Sanders questioned why people would talk about us when we don’t talk about anyone.
“On Saturday, we only come here, work ourselves into a sweat, and complete our work. But when they arm us with weapons.
dot. It was just going to be a fun game, but they played fast and loose and turned it into a fight.

Hunter has made it even clearer that the locker room in Colorado is not pleased with Norvell’s comments.
The two-way star, who has played the majority of snaps on both sides of the ball this season, is also not necessarily someone that teams should irritate.
Since he has an impact on every aspect of the game, the highly anticipated NFL draft prospect has become a possible Heisman Trophy finalist. He has 14 receptions for 192 yards in two games coming into the Colorado State game.
In addition to two pass deflections and an interception, he has made seven tackles on the defensive end.

A late-night game of national significance between Colorado and Colorado State would have been unheard of even a year ago.
Last year, the Rams had a 3-9. The Buffaloes had a 1-11 record.

Now that Coach Prime sunglasses are selling like hotcakes, everyone involved in his fledgling program is enjoying themselves.
If they defeat Colorado State by a sizable margin, they will undoubtedly be jubilant, as will the leader of the Deion Sanders-related apparel company.

According to Blenders sunglasses CEO Chase Fisher, “we have officially broken the internet today.”.
“That could not have come at a better time. That remark regarding sunglasses and our announcement of the [Sanders] collection today were like peanut butter and jelly.
The timing seemed absurd.


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