Deion Sanders has the Colorado Buffaloes 3-0 to start the season and the entire college football world is closely watching what he does in Boulder.
Sanders took the job at Colorado after Jackson State won the Southwestern Athletic Conference championship in hopes of turning around a Buffaloes team that won just one game during the 2022 season. of Kordell Stewart, Rashaan Salaam and Michael Westbrook was over – or so everyone thought.
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“Coach Prime” came into the program and shook things up. He received some criticism for his openness towards players from the old regime, as he encouraged them to enter the transfer portal and seek playing time elsewhere.
In an interview with “60 Minutes” on Sunday, Sanders questioned whether he thought the “scorched earth policy” was good for sports. The Pro Football Hall of Famer said it wasn’t his job to lie to the team’s student-athletes.
“I think the truth is good for children. We are so busy lying that we don’t even recognize the truth in society anymore. We want everyone to feel good. That’s not the way life is “, did he declare. “Now it’s my job to make sure we have what we need to win. It makes a lot of people feel good – winning, yes.”
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Sanders said how the team played in 2022 and previous years depended as much on the players as it did on the coaches. He said he came to the “conclusion that a multitude of them couldn’t help us get where we wanted to go” and that if the players were affected by his words, then they weren’t neither for this team.
“If you went for that, if you were able to get carried away with words, you’re not for us because we’re an old-school team. We coach hard. We coach hard. We’re disciplined. If you ““You allow the verbiage to get away from you because you don’t feel secure in your abilities – you are not for us,” he said.
Colorado topped Colorado State, 43-35, in double overtime Saturday night.
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The Buffaloes have a meeting with Oregon next Saturday.