Colorado has a turnover prop fit for Coach Prime.

In the first home game of the Deion Sanders era at Colorado, the Buffs debuted a Turnover Throne. And it got plenty of use in the first half. Nebraska turned the football over three times in the opening 30 minutes, a pair of fumbles from quarterback Jeff Sims and then an interception that led directly to the only touchdown of the half.

Arden Walker was the first to sit in the chair, recovering a fumble from Sims in the first quarter.

Jordan Domineck got the second fumble, a one-play drive from Nebraska that immediately set up Colorado’s first points of the game. CU set up shop at the Nebraska 19, though it was held to a field goal to go up 3-0.

Cam’Ron Silmon-Craig jumped a third-and-12 pass from Sims on the next possession to set up CU at the Nebraska 30. One play later, quarterback Shedeur Sanders threw a touchdown to put the Buffs up 10-0.

TCU turned it over twice in the opener a week ago.

A year after Colorado produced just 11 total turnovers from its defense, the Buffs have five through six quarters of play. The throne might get plenty of use this season.