Coach Prime asked Buffs fans to ‘keep the peace’

Coach Prime asked Buffs fans to ‘keep the peace’

Colorado head coach Deion Sanders yells from the sideline during the first half of an NCAA college football game against TCU, Saturday, Sept. 2, 2023, in Fort Worth, Texas.

The increased fan base also brings some drama, especially with fighting games. For example, a Colorado State University player received death threats after injuring a UC player.

On Saturday, the University of Southern California Trojans will play CU at Folsom Field. CU Buffs Football released a video Wednesday of Coach Prime asking fans for help.

Fans, Fans, First of all, we have the best fans in the country, but that’s what I expect from you. Let’s keep the peace, let’s keep the joy, let’s keep the love and let’s keep the respect. We don’t want you to engage in ignorant, unaffiliated activities with opposing fans, be us. Let us be proud, have dignity and respect each other. Deion sander

Coach Prime said he loves and appreciates the fans and wants them to “cheer for you, but I don’t want you to fall into nonsense because I need you, I need your love.” you and I will respond immediately to you.”

For the first time, all CU Buffs home games are sold out, but there are still bars, breweries and pubs to watch the games as well as official watch parties in some cities. Colorado city.

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