Colorado believed they'd upset No. 17 TCU 'before we left Boulder,' according to Deion Sanders.

"Coach Prime" and his Colorado Buffaloes stunned the world on Saturday by defeating No. 17 TCU on the road in Debo Sanders' Power Five debut. 

Once on the field, the Buffaloes were unpredictable when Sanders completely flipped the roster after a 1-11 season.

The Athletic reports that the Buffaloes return 10 scholarship players from 2022 and add 68 new ones. 

Colorado led 17-14 at halftime, proving they could handle a top-25 team. 

Colorado stopped TCU late in the fourth quarter to win after a chaotic second half with 56 points. 

Sanders says, "Skip [Bayless], before we left Boulder, we knew we were going to win," on Fox Sports' "Undisputed." 

"We plan for this. This is real. This is planned, considered, and worked for." 

Sheduer Sanders and Travis Hunter stole the show for Colorado, with Hunter playing both ways for 129 snaps, per ESPN. 

Hunter rose to the top of the Heisman Trophy conversation with 11 catches for 119 yards and an interception.

 "He's both. Travis gets tired playing offense without playing defense "When asked if Hunter is a cornerback or wide receiver, Sanders responded he is neither.

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