Colorado Buffaloes two-way participant Travis Hunter claimed he needed to maintain taking part in versus the Colorado State Rams on Saturday at Folsom Area after taking a vicious hit from defensive again Henry Blackburn, however docs made him exit the sport.
Hunter, 20, spoke of the incident throughout the newest episode of his “12 Talks” present with Bleacher Report. He had an especially mature response, although it did not assist that the Buffaloes star was sporting a giraffe onesie whereas reacting.
“It’s football at the end of the day,” Hunter stated. “Stuff like that is going to happen, so I just stay humble. … It’s football. Something bad is going to happen on the field sooner or later. You just gotta get up and fight again. That’s what I try to do. Get up and fight.
“Good factor the docs spot me ‘cus if there was no docs there I might have nonetheless been on the market taking part in, however I am grateful for everyone that helped me that day.”
Hunter will miss about three weeks, while Blackburn, who received death threats after the game, won’t even be suspended.
Travis Hunter’s injury
The Buffaloes star will miss games against Oregon, USC and Arizona State with a lacerated liver.
He and quarterback Shedeur Sanders have been the two most popular players of the football program.
Deion Sanders, also known as Coach Prime, has led his team to a 3-0 start, including an incredible comeback drive from Shedeur to force overtime on Saturday against CSU.
Even NFL legend Terrell Owens reacted to Hunter’s injury, saying Blackburn wanted to hurt him, but only because CSU head coach Jay Norvell gave the order.