Deion Sanders Sends Clear Message Ahead Of Season

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Written By Maya Cantina

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Deion Sanders had the college football world buzzing during his first season as head coach at the University of Colorado.

His Buffaloes got off to a hot 3-0 start highlighted by an emphatic season-opening win at TCU, but fell apart in conference play up against a strong slate of opponents in the final year of the Pac12.

Colorado finished 4-8, but that’s not stopping Coach Prime from looking forward to his sophomore season, as Sanders went on CBS Mornings to discuss his new book “Elevate and Dominate” and said “I’m a winner. A winner wants others to win.”

Sanders said he has the pieces in place for a strong second season at Colorado, and he isn’t wrong about that.

Sanders’ son Shedeur will be returning for another season at quarterback following a strong first season in Boulder where he posted 31 total touchdowns with just three interceptions.

Superstar wide receiver/cornerback Travis Hunter took the nation by storm as a two-way player with 721 yards and five touchdowns as a receiver to go along with three interceptions at corner.

Colorado hasn’t posted a strong 2024 recruiting class compared to many of its Power 5 conference foes, but the Buffs did land the top offensive tackle recruit in the nation in five-star Jordan Seaton.

Sanders’ story is an inspirational one, as he went from one of the most decorated athletes of all time to pushing boundaries as an NCAA football coach.

His approach to coaching and recruiting is a breath of fresh air, and we all can’t wait to see what Colorado has in store in Year 2 of the Coach Prime era.

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