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Colorado LB Has Brutally Honest Comment On Nebraska QB Adrian Martinez

Adrian Martinez lifts his helmet in the air for Nebraska after a win during the 2018 college football season.

LINCOLN, NE - OCTOBER 20: Quarterback Adrian Martinez #2 of the Nebraska Cornhuskers and wide receiver JD Spielman #10 acknowledge the fans after the win against the Minnesota Golden Gophers at Memorial Stadium on October 20, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)

One of the best rivalries in college football doesn't happen every year, but we wish it did.

The Colorado Buffaloes and Nebraska Cornhuskers produced a few of the best games in the late 20th century. After brief hiatus from being among the nation's elite, it looks like Nebraska could be back under new head coach Scott Frost.

While Colorado doesn't poise the same threat, the Buffaloes aren't going away quietly. Colorado opened the season with a win over in-state rival Colorado State - giving Mel Tucker his first win as the program's new head coach.

Now, Tucker and Frost turn their sights toward each other.

The players have done so as well. There's been plenty of trash talk between the two programs this week and it's not about to end.

Colorado's Davion Taylor called out Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez with his comments on Thursday.

"We have to keep him in the pocket and make him pass. If we make him pass, I feel like that's probably one of his weaknesses," Taylor said.

After all of the talk this week, fans from both teams should expect a chippy contest this weekend.

Kickoff for the Nebraska-Colorado game is at 3:30 p.m. E.T. from Folsom Field.