Oregon managed to cool down some of the hype surrounding the Colorado football program over the weekend by securing a commanding 42-6 victory on Saturday.
On Monday night, the Ducks released a cinematic recap of the game, and they made sure to include subtitles for the trash talk unleashed by certain Buffaloes players in the lead-up to the clash.
At one juncture, Colorado cornerback Shilo Sanders, who happens to be the son of head coach Deion Sanders, could be heard making threats toward Oregon’s team and head coach Dan Lanning.
“I’ll beat the f–k out of every one of y’all and your coach,” Sanders could be heard saying. “Why y’all so little? We finna run through y’all a–.”
“I’d like to report a crime, to the murder to these Ducks,” assistant strength and conditioning coach Stephen Houston said.
The video also featured footage of Colorado players showing disrespect for the Oregon logo at Autzen Stadium in the lead-up to Saturday’s game. They were observed scraping their cleats on the midfield “O” logo.
Despite the media attention garnered by their opponents and the confidence displayed by the Buffs before the game, the Ducks had little difficulty handling their business on the field. Oregon surged to a 35-0 lead in the first half and ultimately secured a 36-point victory.
Lanning effectively motivated his team with a pre-game speech that circulated widely on social media.
In the end, the Ducks had the last laugh with their cinematic recap, ensuring that everyone was aware of the details of Sanders’ pregame taunting and how it ultimately backfired on Colorado.