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What Deion Sanders and Jay Norvell said about the Colorado-Colorado State game

After their verbal spats turned their college football game Saturday night into a fight, Colorado’s Deion Sanders and Colorado State’s Jay Norvell are moving on.

Sanders and Norvell had a brief, cordial meeting on the court, and both coaches were subdued in their final comments, following Colorado’s 43-36 victory over Colorado State in a double-overtime thriller.

“I’m happy for the brother, I really am, and I’m happy that they think they played a good game,” Sanders told reporters during his postgame press conference.

“I’m happy he’s a head coach. I’m really happy for any brother who does it successfully – I really am. I don’t know where all this comes from, but I have to answer. You’re not going to just attack me and I’m going to stand by and say nothing – but I’m happy for this guy.”

Despite all the talk and hype leading up to Colorado’s game against Colorado State on Saturday night, the dust appears to have settled.

“I mean, I don’t know him but I’m happy for him. I wish him the best. My success has nothing to do with his success, so why wouldn’t I want him to succeed? I don’t I have nothing to do with him. I don’t know how people can get so depressed. My blessings have nothing to do with his blessings.

USA Today

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