Travis Hunter answers to Deion Sanders' criticism of Colorado football's obsession with the game.

In just a few weeks, the Colorado football team went from being the darling of college football to contending for a bowl game. 

The Buffaloes began the season with a stunning away win over then-#17 TCU, vaulting Colorado into the AP Poll. 

After starting the season 3-0, all eyes in the college football world were on the Buffaloes every week, but they have now lost three games in a row

And their loss to Stanford football last Saturday seemed like a crushing blow after such a promising start to the season.

Colorado football led Stanford 29-0 entering the third quarter last Saturday. It appeared

The Buffaloes appeared to be on their way to a pleasant, easy home win to improve to 4-2.

Stanford was able to come all the way back and eventually win the game in double overtime after both teams looked entirely different in the second half. 

Colorado suffered a humiliating defeat to the Pac-12's poorest team, and Deion Sanders was furious with his players after the game.

"I just told the team in the locker room that they have to decide whether they are in love with this game or in like with it." 

Because when you care about something, you give to it.