Colorado star Travis Hunter is likely to miss the September 30 game against USC. 

This is bad news for USC because it is never good news when a fantastic athlete is injured. It's much worse when that athlete is hurt as a result of a dirty play by an opponent.  

This announcement, however, alters the reality of USC's visit to Boulder on September 30 for a game against the Colorado Buffaloes. 

Travis Hunter, the cornerback-receiver two-way player who has helped Colorado evolve on the field this season, is anticipated to miss several weeks.  

This is due to the injury he sustained as a consequence of a 15-yard penalty for an excessive hit in Colorado's win over Colorado State on Saturday. 

"'The first thing I heard was that he'd be out for a few weeks,' said Colorado coach Deion Sanders in his postgame press conference." 

'I definitely heard that. But we will do everything in our power to care for him. Travis will most likely want to be gone for two weeks. 

But we need to make sure he's okay. This game is less essential than his health." 

"The entire game had plenty of antics, and it began earlier in the week with Norvell's sunglasses comment towards Deion Sanders, which drew a response from Coach Prime," Buffaloes Wire wrote. 

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