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RR Ralphie Report: Colorado star Travis Hunter cover athlete for EA SPORTS College Football 25


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It’s time to celebrate CU’s superstar.

No, it’s not Sefo Liufau. No, it’s not Christian Powell, either, and it’s not Michael Adkins. It’s not Chidobe Awuzie but that’s not a bad guess. Okay fine, I’ll tell you, Colorado Buffaloes fan from 2013 who has just been told that a Buff would be on the next cover of the college football video game, it’s Travis Hunter.

After an eleven year hiatus, EA SPORTS is back with College Football 25, a rebirth of the lost but never forgotten NCAA Football franchise. And now, joining luminaries such as Joey Harrington and DeSean Jackson, two-star Travis Hunter is featured in the middle of three cover athletes.

Travis Hunter, Quinn Ewers and Donovan Edwards grace the cover of @EASPORTSCollege pic.twitter.com/yiyi34brIR

— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) May 16, 2024

Those are three premier stars in college football: Quinn Ewers, the Texas QB and odds-on favorite to the win the Heisman; Donovan Edwards, the electric running back who will get a chance to star for the defending champions; and Hunter, the hybrid receiver-cornerback playing for Coach Prime’s up-and-coming Buffaloes.

This is a big win not only for Hunter, but also for Deion Sanders’ rebuild of the Colorado football brand. Yes, that is the word, “Colorado,” shiny and gold, front and center of a game we’ve been anticipating for more than a decade. Love him or hate him, Prime has brought in elite athletes, overhauled the entire roster around them, and has turned this team into a must-watch for national audiences.

by Sam Metivier
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