Oregon managed to simmer some of the hype surrounding the Colorado football program over the weekend with a lopsided 42-6 victory on Saturday.

On Monday night, the Ducks released a cinematic recap of the game, and made sure to include some closed captions for the trash talking done by some Buffaloes players ahead of the clash.

At one point, Colorado cornerback Shilo Sanders, son of head coach Deion Sanders, could be overheard threatening Oregon’s team and head coach Dan Lanning.

“I’ll beat the f--k out of every one of y’all and your coach,” Sanders could be heard saying. “Why y’all so little? We finna run through y’all a--.” 

“I’d like to report a crime, to the murder to these Ducks,” assistant strength and conditioning coach Stephen Houston said. 

The video also included footage of Colorado players disrespecting the Oregon logo at Autzen Stadium ahead of Saturday’s game. The team could be seen scraping their cleats on the “O” logo at midfield, 

Despite the media attention surrounding their opponents and the confidence the Buffs displayed leading into the game, the Ducks didn’t have much trouble taking care of business on the field. Oregon jumped out to a 35-0 first-half lead, and went on to win by 36 points.

Lanning sufficiently got his team fired up before the game, with a speech that was widely circulated on social media.

The Ducks got the last laugh with their cinematic recap, ensuring everyone was aware of the details of Sanders’ pregame chirping, and how it ended up backfiring on Colorado.