Colorado remains undefeated after defeating Colorado State in double overtime.

Shedeur Sanders threw a touchdown throw to Michael Harrison in the second overtime after leading a 98-yard drive to tie the game with 36 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, and No. 18 was unable to convert. Colorado rallied to defeat Colorado State 43-35 in front of a packed house of celebrities early Sunday.
Sanders found Harrison for an 18-yard score before finding an open Xavier Weaver for the 2-point conversion.
Trevor Woods intercepted Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi’s pass on fourth-and-23 to end the game at approximately 12:30 a.m. local time.
For the second week in a row, fans stormed the field to celebrate.
Sanders skillfully waited in the pocket until Harrison flashed open for a 3-yard touchdown in the first overtime.


Sanders and the Buffaloes (3-0) received the ball back on the 2-yard line with 2:06 remaining in the fourth quarter, down 28-20.
On Saturday, the Buffaloes will travel to Eugene, Oregon, to face the No. 13 Ducks.
With 36 seconds left, he guided the Buffaloes on a seven-play drive that ended with a 45-yard touchdown pass to Jimmy Horn Jr. Sanders connected with Harrison on the two-point conversion.
The Rams led for the most of the game despite being a 23 1/2-point underdog.

Deion Sanders’ Colorado stays unbeaten after beating Colorado State in double OT (1)
Their undoing came in the form of 17 penalties for 182 yards, including a penalty for a block below the waist, which nullified a touchdown in the second OT.
Earlier this week, Rams coach Jay Norvell spiced up the Rocky Mountain Showdown by mocking Deion Sanders for not taking off his eyeglasses and cap during interviews.
Sanders and Norvell shook hands near midfield after the game, amid a sea of fans.

Sanders and the Buffaloes rode the perceived slight throughout the game.
Shilo Sanders put on sunglasses after returning an interception 80 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter.
Shedeur Sanders had 348 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception for the Buffaloes, who won their sixth straight game over the Rams (0-2).

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Sanders was without receiver/cornerback Travis Hunter, who left the game in the third quarter due to an unidentified injury and was taken to the hospital for additional treatment.
Colorado State, which plays at Middle Tennessee State on Saturday, made the most of its bye week by finding ways to restrict Sanders and Colorado’s powerful attack for the majority of the game.
The Rams attempted to sabotage Deion Sanders’ party, which featured big-name celebrities like as Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and artist Lil Wayne.

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Fowler-Nicolosi finished with 367 yards and two touchdowns.
It got a little heated at times, with Rams defensive lineman Mohamed Kamara getting a finger in the face mask from Shedeur Sanders after a play.
In overtime, Kamara was dismissed for a targeting call against Sanders.
Both teams gathered at midfield about an hour before kickoff and exchanged words, which heightened the tension.


Hunter left the crowd to go over to the student section and get the fans going.
Since taking over a team that went 1-11 last season, Deion Sanders has converted the Buffaloes into the talk of college football.
Both ESPN’s “College GameDay” and Fox’s “Big Noon Kickoff” were on campus this weekend.

Some of the biggest personalities in sports and entertainment made an appearance in Boulder, including Lil Wayne, who played a mini-concert in the end zone shortly before kickoff (Deion Sanders gave him a jersey).
On the set of GameDay, “The Rock” removed his jacket to show he was wearing Shedeur Sanders’ No. 2 jersey.

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