No real football has been played yet, and still, the Colorado Buffaloes continue to set new program records, thanks, in large part, to Coach Prime and the tremendous excitement he has brought back to the university.

The most recent record to topple under Prime’s watch is the record for the highest number of single-game tickets sold on a single day, as the CU Buffs managed to sell 11,273 single-game tickets on Wednesday of this week.

In other words, if you want to see the Colorado Buffaloes in person this season, you better act quickly.

This is the latest in a string of attendance accomplishments that Coach Prime has spearheaded for the Buffs. Already, in his six-month tenure as CU’s head football coach, the university experienced high-water marks for spring game attendance and for season-ticket sales.

For the first time ever, the Colorado Buffaloes charged fans for spring game tickets, and yet, for the first time ever, spring game tickets sold out, as 47,277 fans braved the elements to get a brief glimpse of what ultimately amounted to being a little more than a practice session.

According to the university, a mere 1,950 fans turned out for 2022’s exhibition, and only two regular season home games — the opener against TCU and the victory over California — boasted a higher attendance.

The spring game was also the only one aired on ESPN this year and became ESPN’s most-viewed spring game in seven years.

Then, the Buffs sold out of season tickets for the first time in over a quarter-century and sold out at the fastest rate in program history.

Although we don’t know what the on-field product will look like quite yet, there’s no denying that there will be more eyes on the Colorado Buffaloes this season than there have ever been before.