Travis Hunter of Colorado was hospitalized after a late hit and will be out for 'weeks' with an injury.

Colorado defeated Colorado State in double overtime, 43-35, on Saturday, but it wasn't all good news for the Buffaloes.

According to ESPN's Kyle Bonagura, the school revealed that two-way star Travis Hunter was hospitalized for assessment. 

After the game, head coach Deion Sanders stated that he will be out for "a few weeks."

Hunter remained on the ground after being hit in the first quarter, but he did briefly return to the game. Nonetheless, he did not return after halftime.

LeBron James was among those who reacted to Hunter's injury: before to being declared out, he had two tackles and two catches for 21 yards.

The sophomore has been a revelation for the 3-0 Buffaloes so far this season. He had 11 catches for 119 yards on offense 

and a spectacular diving interception to end a touchdown chance for the Horned Frogs on defense in the first game against TCU. In a win over Nebraska, 

he had three catches for 73 yards and four tackles. Despite the absence of Hunter, Colorado was able to overcome a double-digit hole in the fourth quarter against Colorado State, 

owing in major part to quarterback Shedeur Sanders. In the final minutes, Sanders led a seven-play, 98-yard drive that ended with a 45-yard touchdown pass to Jimmy Horn Jr. 

and a successful two-point convert. In overtime, he threw two touchdown passes to Michael Harrison, and the Colorado defense held strong on the Rams' second possession to seal the victory.

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