“A lot of you didn’t believe in us,” Shedeur stated.
“It’s crazy because you just got to understand our coach, Coach Prime, my dad, everywhere he went, he was a winner. Every game, every opportunity, he took advantage of.”
The oddsmakers had the Buffloes as a three-touchdown underdog, and they won by three points. Impressive for a major college football coach debut.
“I’ve been talking about it and talking about it and you didn’t believe me,” Coach Prime said.
The team received praise from their opponent’s coach, Sonny Dykes.
“They showed up. They were more ready to play than we were, think more excited to play, think they played harder,” Dykes said. “It seemed like they had more determination down the stretch than we did. So again, that’s a real credit to them. I think their coaching staff, they really did a good job getting them ready to play.”
With this starting victory, the season already shapes up to be better than last season. The next game will be played in front of the home crowd this Saturday as the Buffaloes go up against the Nebraska Cornhuskers, who lost their first game this weekend.
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Source: Black Enterprise