Travis Hunter's Injury: The Untold Details and Concerns After Violent Hit

Deion Sanders' Concern: Coach Deion Sanders expressed concern about Travis Hunter's undisclosed injury and expects him to be sidelined for a few weeks.

Buffaloes' Victory: The incident occurred during the Buffaloes' 43-35 victory over rival Colorado State.

Hunter's Well-being: Sanders emphasized that Hunter's health takes precedence over the game and that they will do what's necessary to ensure his recovery.

Violent Hit: Hunter, a two-way star playing wide receiver, was on the receiving end of a violent hit by Colorado State safety Henry Blackburn in the first quarter.

Unnecessary Roughness Penalty: Blackburn was penalized for unnecessary roughness due to the severity of the hit.

Returning to the Game: Hunter showed resilience by returning to the game after the hit and even made a tackle in the second quarter.

Tension-Filled Game: The hit added to the tension in a game that was already filled with rivalry emotions.

Shedeur Sanders' Defense: CU quarterback Shedeur Sanders confronted Blackburn face-to-face after the hit to protect Hunter.

Two-Way Star: Travis Hunter is known for his versatility, playing both wide receiver and cornerback for the No. 18 Buffaloes.