“Ain’t Got to Ever Worry About Me”: Shedeur Sanders Steals the Hearts Despite Colorado’s Soul-Crushing Loss

Published 11/11/2023, 10:03 PM EST

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The Colorado Buffaloes have gone down yet again in a disheartening 34-31 loss against the Arizona Wildcats. But just like his father, Coach Prime Deion Sanders, Sheduer Sanders doesn’t let losses get him down. His recent post-game conference showed that he always has room for improvement and offers the best solace to fans who are poorly handling the recent Arizona loss. 

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The last game’s defeat wasn’t a lack of effort from the team, especially not from star QB Shedeur Sanders. Along with RB Sy’veon Wilkerson, the 21-year-old shone like a pro in the first three-quarters of the game, which eventually turned the tables in the fourth quarter. But amid this tragic defeat, Shedeur Sanders won lots of hearts with his confession after the game. 

Shedeur Sanders wins fans’ devotion with his speech

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Colorado’s star QB, Shedeur Sanders, always stays on the good side of his fans. It’s no wonder he won a fan award despite their devastating loss in their last game. He expressed his gratitude and appreciation for his fans during his post-game conference speech. He ignited the hopes of Colorado fans, saying, “Ain’t got to ever worry about me letting them down. I’m always there to the end.”

Shedeur Sanders took a moment to express his excitement at receiving a fan award, saying, “It means a lot that they understand what I’m going through day to day, what I’m pushing through mentally, physically, emotionally. So I’m just very proud they’re able to see that too.” Sanders’ performance on the field in the last game is nothing short of impressive. In the 34-31 game, he completed with 262 yards and two touchdowns. 

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Arizona dominates the fourth quarter for the final win

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Colorado delivered an exceptional play until late in the final quarter of the game. Shedeur Sanders passed for 262 yards and two TDs, while RB Sy’veon Wilkerson completed five carries for 15 yards, with a touchdown run included. But the team suffered 11 penalties for 83 yards, which had a major impact on the game. 

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The Buffs led 31-24 at the end of the third quarter, but Arizona came in strong in the last quarter. The Wildcats star players of the game included Noah Fifita, who secured 214 yards and two touchdowns, and Jonah Coleman, who ran for 179 yards. As Arizona retains its rank, Colorado falls deeper into the abyss of uncertainty.

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Shedeur Sanders and his team will need two more wins to be bowl-eligible. With two more opponents remaining, the Washington State Cougars and Utah Utes, will Colorado get a chance to celebrate their bowl eligibility? With Shedeur Sanders’ recent fan hype, our fingers are crossed. 

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Khosalu Puro

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