Travis Hunter had a message for the haters after helping the Colorado Buffaloes to an upset win over the TCU Horned Frogs this weekend.
Hunter, who followed Deion Sanders to Boulder following their stint at Jackson State, had a monster performance, leaving commentators bewildered as they just couldn’t understand how he wasn’t burnt out after playing as many snaps as he did on both sides of the ball.
The 20-year-old, whom Coach Prime referred to as his “other son” started at both cornerback and wide receiver for Colorado, making one of the plays of the game by snatching what would have been a touchdown pass out of the air for a key interception.
Hunter took to X in the wake of the celebrations to post the following:
This was in response to ESPN analyst Tom Luginbill claiming the Buffaloes could have the worst roster in college football.
“I think we’re going to finally see, for all the hoopla and all of the hype going into the offseason with Deion Sanders and Colorado, it does not mask the fact that they don’t have any players on that roster,” Luginbill said last week.
He also noted that the team is “devoid of talent up front on both sides of the ball” outside of their two cornerbacks, which includes Hunter, and quarterback Shedeur Sanders.
Well, it certainly did not look that way on Saturday.
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