After Deion Sanders beat Nebraska, Colorado fans rushed the field, and Shedeur did his dad's scoring dance.
Colorado football fans flocked to Folsom Field on Saturday to see coach Deion Sanders make his long-awaited home debut.
In front of a sold-out crowd in Boulder, the No. 22 Buffaloes defeated top rival Nebraska 36-14. Colorado's defense was dominant throughout the contest, forcing four turnovers.
Colorado was trying to prove that their three-point win over TCU was more than just a fortuitous break after becoming the story of the opening week of the college football season.
"Coach Prime" has stated that his son, Shedeur, will be considered for the Heisman Trophy this year.
The Buffaloes quarterback threw for 510 yards last week and 393 yards the week before against Nebraska.
Early in the season, the junior quarterback is keeping his name in the minds of Heisman voters.
Sanders finished his 6-yard run to the end zone by imitating his father's famed dance from his NFL days.
Shedeur Sanders and the offense scored on seven of eight possessions after punting on their opening four drives to turn the game into a rout.