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Coach Prime Deion Sanders isn’t your conventional coach. Ever since he stepped into Boulder, a lot has changed, not only for the Colorado Buffaloes but also for various businesses as well. And this recent incident will show you how far he takes his unconventional coaching style. 

The Buffs are hot in practice after a recent loss against the Oregon State Beavers and an upcoming game against the Arizona Wildcats. A fight broke out among the pressured players during the heated practice. And head coach Deion Sanders’ take on the fight is not what you would expect. 

Coach Prime Deion Sanders encourages Buffs’ fight

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The 56-year-old Colorado head coach is an unpredictable man who has the power to change and transform a college football program. Ahead of their game against Arizona, Deion Sanders said on The Colorado Football Coaches Show that it’s been a “great week of practice” with a “couple of fights.” Unlike a typical football coach who would show disdain over team fights, Coach Prime encourages it instead.

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Coach Prime Deion Sanders said, “It’s a great thing. I always want to know who won because I keep records I don’t break them up. Some coaches break them up. I don’t.” The Buffaloes head coach went on to say that he loves it when his team fights because it seems to him like a “rededication,” “almost like a refocus.” Although not impressive, the Buffs now sit 4-9, which is a dramatic improvement to their 1-11 season last year. 

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The last 26-19 Oregon State defeat is a crushing blow to Deion Sanders. If Coach Prime wants to see his team in the Super Bowl, they’ll need to win two of their three remaining games. Perhaps the aggression at practice may be just what the Buffs need to get their blood boiling before they face the 6-3 Arizona Wildcats. 

Prepping for upcoming Arizona Wildcats game

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Colorado isn’t doing well after their lit 3-0 season starter fantasy was crushed. In their last game, they lost to Oregon State 26-19. It was truly a spirit-shattering game, as the Buffs’ hopes for the Super Bowl appearance are getting thinner with each game. The next game against the Wildcats is going to be a truly memorable one. 

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The game will be held at Folsom Field, which marks Colorado’s final home game for this season. The field is also celebrating its 100th season, and this season marks the first time Colorado has sold out all its season football home games. This game is going to be a crucial game for Deion Sanders and the Buffaloes, whose Super Bowl eligibility depends on two wins. 

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With three more games remaining for the Colorado Buffaloes, the pressure is higher than ever. We hope the aggression on the field that Coach Prime encourages will turn out to help secure wins for Colorado. 

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