BREAKING: Colorado buffaloes recieved unexpected Good news

BREAKING: Colorado buffaloes recieved unexpected Good news

After sustaining a lacerated liver, Hunter rejoins the Buffaloes’ practice.

Although he was supposed to come back in two weeks, he might now come back on Friday night.

Travis Hunter, a two-way superstar for the Colorado Buffaloes, has made progress in his recovery after being seen participating in practice on Monday.

With a lacerated liver from a dirty hit against rival Colorado State, Hunter missed the Buffaloes’ last three games.

Prior to the team’s bye week, head coach Deion Sanders had said he hoped to have the 20-year-old back, which would have prepared him for his return on October 28 against UCLA.
However, his participation in one-on-one drills on Monday suggested he might be able to play against Standford on Friday.

Prior to getting hurt, Hunter had made a significant contribution on both sides of the ball, accumulating 16 catches for 213 yards on offense and six tackles and an interception on defense.

Recently, he was spotted exchanging hugs with Colorado State safety Henry Blackburn, who delivered the illegal hit that caused liver damage.

Before losing 48-41 to USC, Colorado was destroyed 42-6 by Oregon while Hunter was away.

In their third game without Hunter, the Buffaloes did manage a narrow 27-24 victory over Arizona State.

However, he is anticipated to be on the sidelines for Friday’s game against Stanford.
Colorado almost had to add coach Sanders himself to the injured list after he missed a radio appearance due to a bad reaction to an IV.

Sanders’ replacement on the program was assistant coach Gary Harrell.


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