“I’m Truly Upset, Truly Disturbed”: After Shedeur & Co’s Ignore Brutal Warning, Deion Sanders Calls Out Colorado’s “Complacent” Attitude

Published 10/14/2023, 3:14 AM EDT

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Deion Sanders, the coach for the Colorado Buffaloes, is majorly disappointed after the team’s match this past Sunday. The 55-year-old coach has been making the front page once again ever since he joined the Colorado Buffaloes on a 5-year contract this season.

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The Colorado Buffaloes played against the Stanford Cardinal on the 14th of October and suffered a staggering defeat by a close score of 46-43. With the Buffaloes’ season hanging in a current standing of 4-3, the loss here has brought a great factor of confidence to play a role for Coach Prime and his team.

Coach Prime is “truly upset” with his team

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The team started off well in the match with a 29-0 lead till halftime. What followed next was the largest comeback in Stanford history. The team came in flying after managing to steal the lead from the Buffs and eventually ending the match at a score of 46-43.

 

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Coach Prime took to the post-match conference to express his utter disappointment. He said, “Hats off to our opposition today. I am truly upset, truly disturbed. I can’t fathom it right now.” He expressed that they put the match together well enough to grab a victory in the first half, but the team seemed to lose the plot moving ahead.

Specifically mentioning the “three touchdowns unanswered,” the coach explained the kind of ridiculousness that sounds, based on how good the side was placed early on in the game. Even going ahead, Prime mentioned feeling a sense of difficulty in trying to get the boys back on track and in a winning mindset.

How has Shedeur Sanders’ performance led to the downfall of the Colorado Buffaloes?

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Shedeur Sanders is a prized possession of the Colorado Buffaloes. He has consistently performed for the Buffs as a QB and even led them to a victory over Colorado State in the match’s double overtime. Though he is one of the best QBs in the NCAA, his sportsmanship qualities are left to be seen. He flaunted his expensive watch to the fans of Arizona even though the Buffs’ performance was mediocre at best.

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He threw out a poor interception that Stanford’s Elic Ayomanor that was intended for Travis Kelce, the tight end for the Buffaloes. The players of Stanford imitated Shedeur’s arrogant gesture toward the Arizona fans by flexing their watches in front of the Buffs’ fans. The Colorado Buffaloes have not had the best season so far and thus, they will have to perform well in the coming games. The Buffaloes are one of the favorites to win the NCAA championship this year but they will have to make major changes to their plays if they wish to survive the hardships of the league.

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Will the Colorado Buffaloes be able to take home the trophy this year? Or will they succumb to the pressures of the NCAA as they try to win their next game?
Let us know in the comments below.

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Jeevesh Singh

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Jeevesh Singh is an NFL writer at EssentiallySports. He is a skilled writer with a passion for the NFL which inspires him to also cover the thrilling sport. Though the ‘roughness’ of the sport makes him anxious, he admires the heart the players display, which is what pulls him towards it.
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