Colorado Sep 16, 2023; Boulder, Colorado, USA; A detail view of the jersey worn by Colorado Buffaloes quarterback Shedeur Sanders (2) against the Colorado State Rams during the first half at Folsom Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Wevers-USA TODAY Sports

The college football world has been abuzz over the Colorado Buffaloes. Led by head coach Deion Sanders, Coloraod is 3-0 on the young season. After years spent as a dilapidated program, the Buffaloes are taking all the attention and running with it. That nationwide attention and appeal has led to a massive surge in media coverage. That coverage will continue to intensify as the USC Trojans come to Boulder next week. In addition to Big Noon Kickoff, Fox will also send the ‘Undisputed’ crew to the University of Colorado.

The hit debate show featuring Skip Bayless will air live from Boulder on the CU campus. Fox’s coverage of this game is as wall-to-wall as you could find, as they appear to follow in ESPN’s footsteps. Last week, the Worldwide Leader provided immersive coverage of Colorado vs. Colorado State, an annual rivalry that’s arguably never received as much attention as it did last week.

FS1’s coverage continues a trend that has seen the media descend on Boulder. ’60 Minutes’ even went to see head coach Deion Sanders, who has done a great job coaching thus far. The Buffs will be challenged in the next two weeks, however. They’ve drawn Oregon and USC, two of the Pac-12’s best, and the Oregon game will be on the road this weekend in Eugene. It’s their toughest environment yet.

The college football world was abuzz yet again over this announcement on the Colorado-USC game.

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