Many fans saw the Colorado/Colorado State rivalry grow on the field, after Deion Sanders’ Buffaloes won in double overtime back in September.
There were all the components of a good rivalry game; one coach chirping the other for not taking off his sunglasses, a scrum involving players from both teams before the game, and a super close, overtime game decided by one drive to add to the excitement.
“I said when I talk to grown-ups, I take my hat off, and my glasses off. That’s what my mother taught me,” CSU head coach Jay Norvell said before the rivalry game.
Now, it has come to light just how personal the beef between Coach Prime and Norvell really got.
A video has surfaced from the Coach Prime series on Amazon Prime, which shows the two coaches meeting after the game to shake hands.
Shedur Sanders, Colorado quarterback and Sanders’ son, tells his father to not put his hands on Norvell. After they shake, Norvell said he never was talking about Sanders’ family with the sunglasses comment, to which Sanders says, “Oh, you was talking about my mama, dog.
“We showed that we would fight,” Sanders said after the game. “We showed that we had no surrender or give up in us. That’s a lot for a team that’s fairly new.”