Colorado Buffaloes cornerback Travis Hunter (12) following the game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Folsom Field. Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Colorado Buffaloes two-way superstar Travis Hunter is one of the most dominant players in college football and his Colorado Buffaloes team has missed him since he suffered a lacerated liver on an illegal hit against the Colorado Buffaloes. He’s missed the past two games for the Buffaloes, which were both losses, and it sounds like he’s going to be out for a few more, as well.

During his press conference on Tuesday, head coach Deion Sanders announced that he thinks Travis Hunter will be out two or three more weeks, making it clear that he wants Hunter to sit until after the team’s bye week in two weeks.

“Let’s say two or three [weeks],” Sanders said when asked about his status. “It would be my dream and desire for him to stay out until after the bye weekend.”

If Hunter is indeed out until after the bye week, that would mean he would miss games against Arizona State and Stanford after already missing games against Oregon, USC and most of the game against Colorado State.

It’s a pretty sad announcement that one of the top players in college football is missing such a substantial chunk of the season, and people had plenty to say about it on social media as a result.

We’ll just have to wait to see Hunter return to the field and dominate both sides of the ball once again.

[Ryan Koenigsberg]