Colorado couldn’t get to Oregon without making a statement.
There was a video Posted on YouTube by Well off Mediawas founded by Deion Sanders Jr. and features Colorado players stomping on the Oregon State logo at midfield with eerie music in the background before the much-anticipated Pac-12 Saturday afternoon game.
For the Ducks, those words are unlikely to be forgotten unless they want to make something of themselves against a high-profile team led by Deion Sanders.
This matchup will be the biggest game of the weekend as both teams hold records of 3-0 and are in the top 20 of the rankings.
Colorado’s come-from-behind title is also appeared again After making his debut in Week 2 against Nebraska in place of an injured player.
Buffalo quarterback Shedur Sanders (son of Deion) had a disagreement with Nebraska head coach Matt Rhule two weeks ago over him and the Cornhuskers standing over the Colorado logo. The path from that to the Oregon State logo was a bit surprising. game.
“It was very personal. You go out and warm up and the other team’s head coach is standing in the middle of the Buffs,” Sanders said after the 36-14 win. “It’s okay to do it with a few people, just enjoy the scenery.”
“But if the whole team is trying to downplay it, I’m not going to do that at all. I went in there and disrupted it.
“The Buffaloes mean a lot to me personally and that’s what I said before the game. And then I realized that was extremely disrespectful. Said a lot. I don’t respect that because you hate the other guy. … All respect for them and their program is gone.
“The level of respect is not there because he was the first to disrespect us.”
Dion and Colorado State have been the biggest story since the start of the season, especially last week when millions of people woke up early to watch the team defeat rival Colorado State in double overtime. It is worth noting that
Meanwhile, Oregon State has won its first three games with Heisman Trophy candidate Bo Nix under center.