Deion Sanders is bringing all the attention to Colorado.

On Saturday, both FOX’s Big Noon Kickoff pregame show and ESPN’s College GameDay pregame show will broadcast live from Colorado’s campus ahead of the Buffs’ night game against Colorado State.

ESPN’s First Take announced Monday morning that it will also be live from Boulder on Friday, beginning at 7 a.m. PT. Sanders “may stop by as well” for the show.

That will bring one of the most interesting pairings in sports media — Stephen A. Smith and Shannon Sharpe — to CU’s campus to discuss the most interesting man in college football at the moment.

The 18th-ranked Colorado Buffaloes (2-0) are on top of the sport after beating a ranked TCU team on the road in their first game under Sanders and then smashing rival Nebraska in the home debut over the weekend.

The crowd on hand for the win over Nebraska on Saturday was the largest in over a decade. The 22-point margin in the victory was the largest over Nebraska since 2001.

The Buffs have their highest ranking in the AP poll since 2016, and that is drawing ESPN’s storied pregame show to campus for the first time since 1996 to highlight a game that will surely be a blowout.

On Sunday, Sanders was even said to have more star power than Nick Saban.

Given how many people are flocking to Boulder to get a glimpse of Sanders’ CU program, it’s hard to argue with that assertion.

“We expect it,” Sanders said of the media attention after the Nebraska game. “I know it sounds kind of boastful. At the risk of sounding arrogant, we truly expect that. And that’s why those kids come, they want the biggest stage and they’re getting that every darn week.”