NewsDeion Sanders Rips Into Buffaloes Following Loss To Stanford

Deion Sanders Rips Into Buffaloes Following Loss To Stanford

Colorado Buffaloes Head Coach Deion Sanders didn’t mince words when addressing his team following their Friday night 46-43 double overtime loss to the Stanford Cardinal.

The game, which took place in Boulder, was another star-studded event. Broncos wideout Emmanuel Sanders and former Pittsburgh Steelers/Jacksonville Jaguars QB Byron Leftwich were spotted on the sidelines along with actors Cedric The Entertainer, Anthony Anderson, and Luke Grimes.
After the game, Sanders took his team to task, letting them know that the critics would be coming for them and that they’d be practicing the next day.

“What we just did today was pathetic,” Sanders said. “All the love that you received and all the love that we were receiving, oh you be getting ready to see that flip. And don’t get beside yourself on social media and start responding to the foolishness, because [the critics] are right. They’re right. … And we are practicing tomorrow [on Saturday].”

Coach Prime’s postgame speech following CU’s 2nd Half collapse on Friday…
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The loss puts the Buffaloes at 4-3 on the season, including 1-3 in the Pac-13 Conference. The Buffaloes are off this weekend and play 25th-ranked UCLA Saturday, Oct. 28.
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Source: Black Enterprise

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