It didn’t take long for Deion Sanders to make his presence known — and Colorado’s upset over No. 17 TCU — accomplished several things the Buffaloes football program hasn’t done in a long, long time.

One of the most notable stats that emerged from Coach Prime’s stunner in his debut?

According to ESPN Stats and info, Colorado snapped a 27-game road losing streak against AP Top-20 (the TCU victory was the first time it happened since 2002, when the Buffaloes upset No. 20 UCLA 31-17). It was the 3rd longest losing streak of its kind among Power 5 teams with only Wake Forest (42) and Kansas (38) having more games than Colorado since it upset a Top-20 team on the road.

While Sanders’ ability to prepare a team that he literally assembled over the summer and go into enemy territory as a 3-touchdown underdog was beyond impressive, there were several records set in the 45-42 upset. Coach Prime’s son Shedeur, the Buffaloes’ starting quarterback, threw for 510 yards, a new school record.

Travis Hunter became the first FBS player in the last 20 seasons to record more than 100 yards receiving and an interception in the same game. Colorado also had 4 different players with over 100 yards receiving. Prior to Saturday, the Buffs never had more than 2 100-yard receivers in a game.

It’s clear Deion Sanders is making an instant impact at Colorado despite the doubters. The Buffaloes are suddenly must-watch TV every time they take the field in 2023.