The football program will not discipline Colorado quarterback Shedeur Sanders for seeming to poke a Colorado State player in the eyes on Saturday.
Daily Express Sports US reports that the Buffaloes will not suspend Shedeur Sanders before crucial games against No. 10 Oregon and No. 5 USC.
Referees didn't witness the signal-caller's apparent assault on Colorado State lineman Mohamed Kamara during the 43-35 double-overtime win.
Sanders has passed for 10 touchdowns and one interception this year, completing 78.7% of his passes.
Without leading receiver Travis Hunter, who was hurt by a late hit, he led a fourth-quarter drive that tied the game against Colorado State.
He then threw two touchdowns in overtime as Colorado kept its unbeaten streak alive.