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Colorado has kept all the receipts in the 2023 season - ESPN

If we've learned anything about the Colorado Buffaloes this season, it's that they do not forget. Anything.

Slights, hating, trash talk, vague references to the transfer portal… Deion Sanders' team has gotten all kinds of bulletin board material.

The Buffaloes are 3-0 after Saturday's double-overtime win over the Colorado State Rams. According to ESPN Stats & Information research, CU is just the fourth team, and the first since 2008, to start a season 3-0 following a season in which it lost 11 or more games.

After Colorado's upset win over TCU to start the season, Sanders offered what could have been an ominous warning to anyone who questioned him or his team about, well, anything.

«I've got receipts. I know who they are.»

At this point, that could be Colorado's mantra. Here are the receipts the Buffs have shown so far this season:

Who started it: The media, in general.

Much was written and said about Sanders' offseason overhaul of the Buffaloes' roster. CU started the season with 86 new players, 10 of whom had followed Sanders from Jackson State. They included Shedeur and Shilo Sanders, two of Deion's children, and former five-star recruit Travis Hunter.

There were questions about the level of competition those players faced, especially those who came from Jackson State, an FCS program. When Shedeur Sanders threw for a school-record 510 yards in the 45-42 win, Deion Sanders' postgame comments were dripping with sarcasm.

«For real? Shedeur Sanders? From an HBCU? The one that played at Jackson last year? The one that you asked me, 'Why would I give him the starting job?'»

Also catching a stray was ESPN NFL reporter Ed Werder.

Deion Sanders recognizes ESPN's Ed Werder from his days covering the Cowboys.

«Do you believe?»