Colorado’s athletic director sent a message to his fan base ahead of Saturday’s game, asking for civility.Steven Montez, the quarterback for the Buffaloes, has taken a different approach to this weekend’s showdown.He decided to fire back at the Cornhuskers, saying “They’re talking enough for both of us.”Montez on Nebraska: “They’re talking enough for both of us.”— Henry Chisholm (@HenryChisholm) September 3, 2019Montez shined against Nebraska in 2018, throwing for 351 yards and three touchdowns in a road win.Colorado is going to need another big performance from Montez if it wants to defeat its old Big 12 rival again.Kickoff for the Nebraska-Colorado game is at 3:30 p.m. E.T. from Folsom Field.Judging off all the talk leading up to this showdown, it could be a chippy contest between the Cornhuskers and Buffaloes. LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 08: The Nebraska Cornhuskers flag after a touchdown against the Colorado Buffaloes at Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)We’re in for another entertaining weekend of college football, which includes several notable non-conference games. Nebraska and Colorado will battle this Saturday, and it appears neither side can wait to get on the field.These two programs met last season in Lincoln. The main takeaway from the matchup was that Adrian Martinez suffered an injury on a controversial tackle from linebacker Jacob Callier.Nebraska can’t wait much longer to potentially get revenge on Colorado. Multiple players on the roster have made it known that they’re not fond of their upcoming opponent.“I felt like last year we were the better team. And then if we were the better team last year, I know we’re the better team this year… I’m just ready to go and kick some ass, to be honest with you,” Nebraska nose guard Darrion Daniels said.