Colorado noticed Minnesota’s lack of a depth chart and decided to troll the Golden Gophers with a depth chart from 1972.

The depth chart came from Minnesota and Colorado’s first meeting in September 1972. The depth chart that Colorado released featured 16 players from that team who went on to have NFL careers.

Colorado essentially did not release a legitimate depth chart and highlighted Minnesota not releasing one. This was not the first time Colorado did this, as the Buffaloes have trolled other opponents in the past.

In the all-time series, Colorado leads Minnesota, 3-1. The first 3 wins for Colorado came in 1972, 1991, and 1992. These 2 teams played last season after a 29-year break and Minnesota blanked Colorado, 30-0. Last season’s win happened in Boulder, Colorado, which made the win even more impressive for Minnesota.

Colorado enters this game with an 0-2 record through 2 games. Colorado lost to TCU in Week 1 and Air Force in Week 2. The Buffaloes lost to Air Force by 31 points, 41-10, on Saturday. Both losses were by at least 25 points.

On the other hand, Minnesota started the season off with 2 wins over New Mexico State and Western Illinois. The most recent win over Western Illinois was a 62-10 win for the Golden Gophers.

Saturday’s meeting between Minnesota and Colorado will take place in Minneapolis at 3:30 p.m. ET.