Saffron Restaurants reservation Deion Sanders and Colorado Football received a rare honor when NBC made a historic college football pick

Deion Sanders and Colorado Football received a rare honor when NBC made a historic college football pick


NBC will air the Colorado Buffaloes’ first nationally televised game of the upcoming season on September 7, marking a historic day for the network and the program

The Colorado Buffaloes face Nebraska on NBC(Getty)

Deion Sanders and the Colorado football team are ready for a historic night. NBC has chosen to air the first game of the upcoming season on national television on September 7, marking a significant moment for the network.

NBC revealed that the Buffaloes will face Nebraska under the Memorial Stadium floodlights for the first time in their long-standing rivalry. This also marks the first time since 1965 that NBC has produced a game at this iconic location.

Nebraska is expected to face another challenging year in the Big Ten, while Colorado looks to capitalize on its move to the Big 12. The early season showdown between Colorado and Nebraska promises to be an exciting rematch after Colorado’s 36 -14 win over Nebraska last year. year. At the time, the Buffaloes were enjoying a rise to the top-25 rankings, which collapsed when conference competition started.

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Led by former NFL head coach Matt Rhule, the Cornhuskers are hoping for a significant turnaround in his second year at the helm. They finished last season with a Big Ten record of 36, which placed them fourth in the West.

Coach Prime’s leadership has been a game changer for the Buffaloes. His dynamic approach has attracted national and media attention and revitalized the Colorado football program, making them a force to be reckoned with in college football regardless of the outcome of their games.

Both teams are keen to make an early impression this season, especially the Buffaloes, who have had to significantly revamp their squads. Over the past 18 months, Colorado football has seen a major shake-up, with more than 90 players moving in and out of the team, capturing the attention of the college football world.

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