Sights and sounds from the hyped-up CU Buffs Spring Game
Apr 22, 2023, 4:23 PM
BOULDER—More fans showed up to watch a made-for-television practice on Saturday at Folsom Field than they did all but two times last fall.
Coach Prime’s ESPN showcase of the Colorado Buffaloes on Black and Gold Day brought 47,277 folks to Boulder. It was the first time Deion Sanders and his team made a real appearance in front of the Flatiron faithful.
Sanders’ son Shedeur Sanders, CU’s starting quarterback, threw a 98-yard touchdown to Travis Hunter which was the highlight of the game. Check that out, some of the celebrities that were in the house and more below
Colorado Spring Game is LIT pic.twitter.com/SrN6GtOxar
— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) April 22, 2023
This is the fullest I’ve ever seen Folsom during my time at CU. And it’s 29 degrees on a Saturday afternoon in late April.
— Meghan MacPherson (@meghankmac) April 22, 2023
— no context college football (@nocontextcfb) April 22, 2023
“Thank you all for coming and thanks to the fans for coming,” Deion Sanders said after the game. “We had to change up the script because of the weather. I’m amazed and stoked about the energy. Today was phenomenal.”
Terrell Davis is here pic.twitter.com/8V1HXXiz1R
— Jake Shapiro (@Shapalicious) April 22, 2023
.@Montana_L_Craig's 98-yard house call 🏠
— Colorado Buffaloes Football (@CUBuffsFootball) April 22, 2023
— ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) April 22, 2023
— Cecil Lammey (@CecilLammey) April 22, 2023
— Denver Sports (@DenverSportsCom) April 22, 2023