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Can Deion Sanders' leadership turn the Colorado Buffaloes into a powerhouse, or is it all hype?

Florida native Deion Sanders has fallen in love with Boulder! Although the Buffaloes’ head coach has only been in the Colorado city for two years, he boldly calls it his “home.”

Deion and his crew recently wrapped up a much-needed break in Miami over the Independence Day weekend. In between intense training sessions and gearing up for the Big 12 season, the Buffaloes deserved some R&R. Coach Prime even took fans on a tour of his luxurious yacht trip, admitting, “This is the first time I’ve got out inside of the country, outside of Boulder, and had a good time.” It looks like he might have needed this vacation more than anyone! “I haven’t relaxed like this in a long time,” he confessed while showing off the yacht.

You might think Deion would be sad to leave his luxurious Nirvana Yacht cabin after all that relaxation, but he feels differently. He posted an aerial shot of Boulder with Folsom Field in the center, captioned “There’s No Place Like Home!” It looks like this homecoming is exactly what Deion and the team needed.

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Even Deion Jr. got in on the action. In his Well Off Media clip, he shows their arrival back in Boulder. And Buffs safety Shilo chimes in, “Yep. This is way better than Miami.” Deion Jr. chimed in, replying, “I agree.” Shilo even jokingly added, “My nose was plugged up in Miami, bro. I can breathe perfectly clear now.” Deion Jr. wrapped up the emotions with, “I’m so happy to be back home.”

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So, now that the Sanders crew is back in their happy place, what’s next for Coach Prime and the Buffaloes? Will Boulder stay Deion’s happy place forever?

Deion Sanders is devoted to building a strong Buffalo dynasty in Boulder

The clock is ticking on the Sanders family’s time in Boulder. Star quarterback Shedeur Sanders and safety Shilo Sanders will enter the NFL draft next year, potentially breaking up the on-field Sanders clan at Colorado. But Coach Prime isn’t going anywhere.

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Rumors circulated a few months back Deion might leave with his sons, but his close friend Uncle Neely squashed that talk on his show. Neely assured everyone, “Coach Prime in Colorado… he’s happy there.” He even revealed Deion’s love for the community, their energy, and his ultimate goal: “He wants to bring a national championship back to that community.” Deion backed this up on a podcast, stating, “I ain’t going nowhere, I’m straight, I love Boulder, Colorado.” 

Now, actions speak louder than words, and Deion is already hatching plans for a star-studded roster next year. He’s actively recruiting top talent, even going above and beyond to secure a commitment from 5-star QB Julian Lewis. With this level of dedication, there’s no doubt where Deion’s heart lies for now. But what happens when the time comes for a final goodbye?