Deion Sanders Deemed Guilty for Shedeur’s Arrogance As Mid Game Shenanigans With Shilo Get Called Out

Published 10/21/2023, 12:32 PM EDT

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Deion Sanders, coach for the Colorado Buffaloes, is under fire by yet another TV personality. The 56-year-old NFL Hall of Famer signed with the Buffs this season on a 5-year contract. Ever since then, he has established himself as one of the most influential coaches in the NCAA. Though he is a fan favorite, his team’s performance has been nothing but mediocre this season.

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During the game between the Colorado Buffaloes and the Arizona State Sun Devils, Shedeur became the center of a major controversy. The Buffs managed to win by a close score of 27-24 although their performance was still disappointing. Shedeur flashed his expensive watch to the Arizona fans after their win, which was heavily criticized by the NFL community. In a new interview, Jason Whitlock talks about Shilo’s arrogance along with Coach Prime’s as the team prepares for their next against UCLA Bruins.

Deion Sanders is equally responsible for Shedeur and Shilo’s arrogance

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In the latest episode of the ‘Jason Whitlock’ show, the show talks about the recent incompetence of the Colorado Buffaloes. The scandalous gesture that Shedeur made came under a lot of criticism for poor judgment but it seems that Shilo Sanders is also not far away from his younger brother’s need for ‘drip.’

Whitlock said, “I can’t remember if it was the TCU game or if it was the second game the Colorado State game. They showed Deion on the sidelines during the game helping Shiloh fasten his gold chain back around his neck.” It is apparent that Coach Prime promotes the sort of behavior where players are focusing more on their appearance rather than their plays.

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Furthermore, Whitlock also said, “In the history of professional football, there has never been a coach who’s helping a player get his gold chain get his drip right in the middle of a game.” The Colorado Buffaloes have a lot riding on ahead of their match with the UCLA Bruins on 29th October.

High stakes for the Buffs ahead of UCLA Bruins

The stage is set for one of the most high-tension matches in the league. The Buffs are standing on a 4-3 record currently and they will be looking to defeat UCLA in hopes of a major comeback. These past few weeks, Coach Prime’s credibility has been doubted as the team continues to disappoint their fans with mediocre performance.

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Shedeur Sanders will have a lot to prove to the league as he prepares to play with his skills rather than his $70,000 watch. His brother Shilo had a few words of advice for Shedeur as he said,  “You can’t smile no more. Don’t wear no jewelry no more.” Shedeur will be looking to stick to the advice as he’s been under a lot of controversy for his actions against Arizona.

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Will the Colorado Buffaloes manage to defeat UCLA? Or will they add another loss to their tally as the fans wait for a comeback?
Let us know in the comments below.

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