Coach Prime backed up his words. CU 45 TCU 42.
when I wrote that I was looking forward to watching the game, I did not realize that FOX was carrying the broadcast. FOX is not available on DirectV, which I have, due to a contractural dispute, i.e. money.
Listened on KOA 850 AM, very exciting ending.
I feel so happy for Mark Johnson, Buffs announcer. After years of covering mediocre teams, I heard his final call of the game today on national TV and radio. Congratulations Mark, Prime Time, and the overachieving Buffs players.
Thomas Sowell: There are no solutions, just trade-offs.
Deion Sanders is a tour de force. Watched him, this morning on the ESPN pregame show. In a league of his own; laughing, joking, and exchanging banter with the hosts. No one would think that he will be coaching later in the day in ESPN's primetime game. Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson, who played for the Univ of Miami in their hay days, winning the National Championship, says no one like Sanders has been an NCAA FB coach. I agree.
Good luck to CU tonight.
First, a fantastic game from both CU and CSU.
Second, ESPN made a major scheduling mistake by having the game so late. I can only imagine what numbers of watchers would have been had the game started at 2 PM MDT , (4 PM EDT), instead of 8 PM (MDT), 10 PM (EDT).
Third, I believe that one of the reasons Deion Sanders took the CU head coach position was that it would give him the opportunity to showcase his son, QB Shedeur at a team in a highly visible Power 5 Conference. Shedeur is now considered a high 1st round NFL draft choice.