Deion Sanders improved to 2-0 as Colorado's head coach, leading the team to a 36-14 victory over Nebraska.
Colorado's offense put together another great performance, racking up 468 total yards. Sanders' defense, meanwhile, forced four turnovers in the home opener.
After the final whistle was blown, Sanders offered his thoughts on Colorado's second win of the season.
"I'm so proud of our team - so resilient," Sanders told FOX's Jenny Taft. "We stunk it up in the first half, but in the second half we came back.
We had a great talk at halftime and we just came back and used our resiliency.
"They played their butts off. There were just a couple of personnel things that we needed to fix. ... But overall, I'm so proud of our kids, I'm so proud of the school, I'm so proud of the alumni."
Before the interview came to an end, Sanders sent an emphatic message to the rest of the country.
"I don't think I stumbled or stuttered when I told you we were coming," Sanders said. "We comin'."
Just to put into perspective how impactful Sanders has been in Boulder, the Hall of Famer has already doubled Colorado's win total from last year.
Next up for Colorado is a showdown with Colorado State.