Travis Hunter will miss 3-4 weeks after suffering a laceration to his liver in Colorado’s 43-35 win over Colorado State over the weekend, according to FS1’s Skip Bayless.

Bayless reported on his show Undisputed Monday morning that the injury isn’t believed to be “terribly serious” but Colorado is expecting to be without Hunter for at least this weekend’s trip to Eugene to face No. 10 Oregon and a Week 5 home game against No. 5 USC.

That timeline would be right in line with the one CU head coach Deion Sanders gave initially on Saturday night right after the game concluded.

“The first thing I heard is that he would be out for a few weeks,” Sanders said. “I heard that for sure. But we’re gonna do what we gotta do to take care of him. I know Travis probably will want to be out for two weeks, but we got to make sure he is okay. His health is more important than this game.”

Hunter was injured in the first quarter against Colorado State after a late hit to his midsection from Colorado State defensive back Henry Blackburn. Hunter initially returned to the game, but was later ruled out for the rest of the game and taken to a local hospital for further evaluation.

The hit from Blackburn drew a personal foul penalty but the defensive back for the Rams was not ejected for targeting.

Colorado (3-0) heads to Oregon this weekend to battle the Ducks in what will be Sanders’ first Pac-12 conference game as head coach.

Oregon has lost only two home games since 2018 and extended the nation’s longest home nonconference winning streak to 32 games on Saturday with a 55-10 win over Hawaii.

Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. ET on FOX.