Colorado remains undefeated after defeating Colorado State in double overtime.

Shedeur Sanders completed 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 Colorado rallied to defeat Colorado State 43-35 early Sunday in front of a sold-out crowd of celebrities.

Sanders connected with Harrison for an 18-yard touchdown and then found an open Xavier Weaver for the 2-point conversion.

The Colorado defense took over from there, with Trevor Woods intercepting Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi's pass on fourth-and-23 to end the game at nearly 12:30 a.m. local time.

For the second week in a row, fans rushed the field in celebration. Sanders skillfully waited in the pocket until Harrison flashed open for a 3-yard score in the first overtime.

Sanders and the Buffaloes (3-0) received the ball back on the 2-yard line with 2:06 left in the fourth quarter, down 28-20.

On Saturday afternoon, the Buffaloes will travel to Eugene, Oregon, to face the No. 13 Ducks.

He guided the Buffaloes on a seven-play drive that ended with a 45-yard touchdown throw to Jimmy Horn Jr. with 36 seconds left. Sanders connected with Harrison for the two-point conversion.

The Rams, a 23 1/2-point underdog, led throughout the most of the game. Their undoing was 17 penalties for 182 yards, including a penalty for a block below the waist that nullified a score in the second OT.

Earlier in the week, Rams coach Jay Norvell spiced up the Rocky Mountain Showdown by mocking Deion Sanders for not taking off his sunglasses and cap during interviews.

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