DENVER (KDVR) — Deion Sanders’ Buffaloes have won three consecutive games. Now, they head to Oregon to face the Ducks who are ranked 10th.

This will be Colorado’s first game against a Pac-12 opponent and its first game against an opponent ranked in the AP’s Top 25 poll after playing a game.

Sanders spoke at the University of Colorado Boulder on Tuesday. In addition to a look ahead, he also looked back at Saturday night’s double-overtime game against Colorado State University.

Specifically, Sanders talked about the injury to two-way player Travis Hunter, who suffered a liver laceration after being hit by CSU’s Henry Blackburn and is expected to miss several weeks.

In the aftermath of the hit, Blackburn and his family received death threats and had their personal information posted online.

“I’m saddened if any of our fans are on the side of those threats. That kid was just playing at the best of his ability. I forgive him, Travis has forgiven him,” Sanders said.

The Buffs rallied to defeat CSU in double overtime with a final score of 43-35. In order to beat the Ducks, the Buffs will have to do much more.

Kickoff for Saturday’s matchup takes place at 1:30 p.m.

You can watch Coach Prime’s full press conference in the player above.