Deion Sanders Uncovers Shedeur’s Absenteeism as Colorado’s Inspiring ‘Coach Prime Course’ Goes in Vain

Published 01/27/2024, 8:21 AM EST

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Colorado provides online classes for varsity programs to help student athletes navigate their education and sports more easily. As favorable as it was for the student-athletes, it was odd for Deion Sanders when he first witnessed the regulations. In the Bret Boone podcast, Deion Sanders spilled the tea on how his first year with the Boulder was. “It’s so different now,” wondered Sanders, recalling his days as a student-athlete at the FSU.

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“I don’t even know if Shedeur has ever taken a class on campus in his college career. Most of the schooling is online,” admitted Prime. While Prime may be in good sync with current trends. However, when it comes to schooling, Sanders is all old-school. Per him, the kids at Boulder are missing out on ‘the best part’ of their university days.

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“They go to classes and I’m like, ‘You guys are missing the best part of college to walk around and be on campus and build an atmosphere and build relationships on campus with other students outside of football,” asserted he.

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For Deion Sanders, education has always been a top priority, which is reflected by his completing his last remaining year of graduation in 2020 from Talladega College. His relentless fight for spreading awareness about the importance of education was a key factor in the making of the ‘Coach Prime course’ in Colorado.

Coach Prime course at Colorado fails to attract Shedeur

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To honor the up-and-coming face of college football, who is also the football head coach, Colorado has announced a new spring elective course. The inspiration behind the course came straight from the Folsom Field. The Deion Sanders-inspired 2024 Spring semester course is called, “CMCI 4021: Prime Time: Public Performance and Leadership,” which is specially catering to the student-athletes, teaching them ‘how to best use their voices and platforms in the early stages of the name, image, and likeness (NIL) era,’ per Fox Sports.

Per the reports the university released, the course will be co-taught by various subject-matter experts at the CU campus. However, despite its versatility, only the students majoring or minoring in the College of Media, Communication, and Information, with prerequisite credits, can take the course.

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As Deion Sanders reported, the student-athletes were the primary target audience. However, Sheduer Sanders would rather attend practice sessions rather than the in-person classes, making the whole idea a big flop for Deion on a personal level. This might also be one of the reasons for Prime promoting on-campus courses as opposed to online ones.

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