Deion Sanders has done wonders for Colorado and he still hasn’t yet coached a game for the Buffaloes.

According to ticket data released on Tuesday by the secondary marketplace StubHub, Colorado is 10th nationally in ticket sales. The Buffaloes knocked Ohio State out of the top 10 after the Buckeyes were the most in-demand ticket a year ago.

StubHub says demand for Colorado football tickets has seen a 15x increase in sales from this time a season ago.

The top 10 is largely what you’d expect to see. Alabama is the most in-demand team in the country, followed by Michigan, Notre Dame, Penn State, Tennessee, Georgia, Auburn, Florida State, and Texas A&M.

With CU rounding out the list at No. 10, it is the only school from the Pac-12 in the group.

The Buffs’ game against Nebraska on Sept. 9 is the program’s most in-demand game on StubHub, unsurprisingly. The old Big 8 foils are meeting in Boulder for just the second time since the two schools left the Big 12. (CU won the first in a come-from-behind overtime thriller.)

It also happens to be Sanders’ first game on the sideline at Folsom Field. StubHub says it’s the 17th most in-demand game on the college football calendar thus far.

Sanders promises big things at CU this season.

The Buffs were 1-11 last year before hiring the former Jackson State coach. In an attempt to rapidly flip the program’s fortunes, Sanders jettisoned most of last year’s roster and hit the transfer portal heavy to rebuild things. The Buffs will be led by two-way standout Travis Hunter and quarterback Shedeur Sanders.

They’ll begin the new season on the road, taking on No. 17 TCU in Fort Worth, Texas, on Sept. 2 at 9 a.m. PT. The contest is scheduled to be carried on FOX as the network’s Big Noon showcase game.