The Stanford-Colorado referee threatens the buffaloes with a penalty for playing music while the game is being played.

The Stanford-Colorado referee threatens the buffaloes with a penalty for playing music while the game is being played.

 

With celebrities, paparazzi-like photography, and absurd television ratings, Colorado coach Deion Sanders has made Buffaloes football feel like a party for the majority of this season.

Sanders’ intention for the party to take this literal interpretation seems improbable, though.

The Pac-12 officials threatened to penalize the Buffaloes for playing music during play at the beginning of the second quarter of Colorado’s home game against Stanford on Friday night.

In response to boos from the Folsom Field crowd, the referee commanded the PA system to stop playing when Stanford was in formation and prepared to snap the ball.
A foul for unsportsmanlike conduct will be assessed against Colorado if the music or sound effects are played any longer.
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The declaration was made after Colorado amassed a 14-0 lead and largely dominated the opening period.

The Buffaloes behaved in the same way in the second quarter as the public address announcer appeared to be doing.
At the half, Colorado had a 29-0 advantage over the Cardinal and had outgained the guests 324-114.

 

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