“Fighting meaningless battles”: As Colorado Gears Up for a Big Showdown, Coach Prime Deion Sanders Drops a Social Thunder

Published 09/29/2023, 2:08 PM EDT

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Deion Sanders as head coach of Colorado will be facing his first Pac-12 challenge against the USC Trojans at Folsom Field in Boulder on Saturday. The Buffaloes faced their first true title-holder competitor the previous week which resulted in a dismal 42-6 defeat against the Oregon Ducks, breaking Prime’s 3-0 winning streak. Well, one may defeat his team, but there is certainly no stopping Coach Prime, or his Time. 

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Tickets For Sunday’s match between Colorado and USC sold out like a hot cake, leaving even the mayor of Boulder without one. With anticipation touching the roof and important players like Travis Hunter remaining unavailable indefinitely and his potential Cormani McClain ‘unprepared,’ will Coach Prime be able to helm the Buffaloes back on the winning side? 

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In a recent Instagram post, Colorado’s new head coach details the road to achieving greater heights. You go to do what u hadn’t done and think outside of your imagination,” says Prime referring to the acquired ability to adapt to adverse situations that allows one, “to see the invisible, think the unthinkable & do what hadn’t been done.” The key to success is to remain focused and abstain from indulging in “meaningless battles” that only cause distraction. Despite defeat, Deion Sanders is able to not only see the positive side of things but also spread positivity and motivation, “You’re gonna succeed & have the Peace u desire.”

 

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As a personality, Sanders has mastered the ability to move people. Not many can motivate like he does and has been doing for decades. This not only explains the explosive amounts of support he has drawn as a coach but also the profitable aspect of a commercial value that can be derived from the electric personality that has landed him numerous endorsement deals. 

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However, while Deion Sanders spreads words of positivity and motivation, someone else spreads words of serious concern targeting not only the head coach but the Team’s prosed quarterback, Shedeur Sanders. 

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Charleston White, a controversial 53-year-old media personality, who has amassed a significant following on various social media platforms for his unfiltered monologues on contentious subjects made a very disturbing remark in a recent TikTok video expressing his strong disapproval of Colorado’s Prime, “I damn near want to put $20,000 up on any college player that will hurt his son, that MF quarterback MF. Yeah, that slow MF ain’t going nowhere.” A remark that raised serious concerns and threatened Shedeur’s safety. 

However, Pilar Sanders, Shedeur’s was quick to revert. She sent a strict message to White on her TikTok saying, “So, this grown a** little guy wants to put a hit out on my son?! On my son?! Charleston White – let it be known – you putting a hit out on my son?!”

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“I am sorry, ma’am,” White promptly apologized. “From one parent to another,” he continued, “I wasn’t being serious,” dismissing his previous comments as “nonsense” and emphasizing that they should not be taken seriously. Nevertheless, it would be wise for the Sanders family to inform law enforcement authorities, as any threat, whether genuine or not, should always be treated seriously.

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