OK, now college football season has truly arrived. Week 1 brings the first fully loaded Saturday of games around the country, which means our wire-to-wire coverage of all the chaos is back.
We were treated to a thriller right away as Colorado held on in a back-and-forth 45-42 battle with No. 17 TCU to give Deion Sanders a marquee win in his Power Five debut. And he had plenty to say to the haters afterward.
The whole offseason was the Coach Prime show, but his stars delivered for him in every way possible Saturday. His son, Shedeur Sanders, threw for school-record 510 yards and four TDs in his own big-time debut. Four Buffaloes receivers finished with over 100 yards — one of them being Travis Hunter, the former five-star recruit who played for Coach Prime at Jackson State. Hunter finished with 11 catches for 119 yards and had an interception while playing both ways.
Other key moments from Saturday
Late night finals:
UCLA 27, Coastal Carolina 13
Arizona 38, Northern Arizona 3
BYU 14, Sam Houston State 0
FINAL: Wyoming 35, Texas Tech 33
Wow, Andrew Peasley converts on 4th and 7 to score the tying TD, then Sam Scott runs in the winning 2PC untouched. Party time in Laramie!
Texas Tech 33, Wyoming 27
Tyler Shough lobs a TD pass to Jerand Bradley, but the required 2-point try fails.
Now it's Wyoming's turn.
Meanwhile, Coastal Carolina just scored to cut UCLA's lead to 14-13, early 3rd.
Things getting interesting in Pasadena.
Wyoming 27, Texas Tech 27, end 1st OT
Tech matches with Tahj Brooks' TD run. Let's play another OT!
Wyoming 27, Texas Tech 20
QB Andrew Peasley takes it in himself as Wyoming scores first in OT.
Tech has its chance to match.
We're headed to overtime in Laramie.
Wyoming 20, Texas Tech 20