CU Buffs tweak football schedule as Coach Prime appears before natty
Deion Sanders is having a heck of a media tour, appearing on College GameDay prior to the national championship game, getting into GQ for his style and popping in on CBS This Morning
In one of his moments on TV, Sanders dropped that the Colorado Buffaloes may be tweaking their schedule, which was confirmed by 247 Sports. CU was slated to start its season in Dallas against the runner-up TCU as a home-and-home. Now the Buffs appear to be opening up against Arizona State.
The #Pac12 is working to finalize a Week 0 matchup between Colorado and Arizona State in August, a source tells @247Sports. ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit said/reported on #CFP broadcast the two will meet in Week 0.
Game would mark the debuts of Deion Sanders and ASU's Kenny Dillingham.
— Brandon Marcello (@bmarcello) January 10, 2023
The full Pac-12 schedule is supposed to come out later this week. It is already known that the Buffaloes will be ASU on the road this season, so unless anything changes on that front too, Coach Prime will be opening up in Tempe on Aug. 25, 26 or 27th.
The rest of the Buffs schedule will have the Buffs traveling to Dallas on Sept. 2, followed by hosting Nebraska on Sept. 9 and Colorado State on Sept. 16.
The Buffs will host Arizona, Oregon State, Stanford and USC in conference play. While they’ll travel to Oregon, UCLA, Utah and Washington State.