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Deion Sanders, coach for the Colorado Buffaloes has a motivational message for his team. The 56-year-old coach made his debut with the Buffs this season by signing a 5-year contract with the team. He’s an inspirational figure in the history of American sports and as such, he rides on high expectations of the fans in the NCAA.

The Colorado Buffaloes stunned the TCU Horned Frogs in their debut match under the leadership of Coach Prime. The arrival of Sanders to the NCAA was welcomed by many but also critiqued by some, who termed him as just “another celebrity coach”. Later, Sanders proved himself through his team’s performance rather than his words by helping the Buffs win 3 consecutive games. He’s had a fantastic journey so far but the recent games of the Buffs might just lead to his downfall.

Deion Sanders’ motivational message to the Colorado Buffaloes

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On the 16th of October, Coach Prime shared a photo that saw him speaking to the spirit of the Colorado Buffaloes. With the heat that the team has been taking for their performance lately, Sanders rises to the challenge and tries to inspire the players of his team. Prime said, “You’ve gotta believe in the impossible right now.” His statement comes across as encouragement for the team ahead of their match against the UCLA Bruins this coming Saturday.

 

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Coach Prime further talked about how belief plays a key role in improvising their skills. Players like Shedeur, Shilo Sanders, and Travis Hunter are key factors that could potentially lead the Buffs to a championship but it is essential that major changes to the playmaking of the team are brought.  Moreover, the players need to believe that they have the potential to take it home and thus, bring the team right back on track.

Dennis Thurman of the Buffs gives the team a harsh reality check

Dennis Thurman, the Director of Quality Control for the Colorado Buffaloes, had some harsh facts to give to the players. The former NFL cornerback told the players that 95 percent of them won’t even make it to an NFL camp. Based on their performance so far, Thurman seems to believe that some of the players don’t have a lot of enthusiasm for the game and thus, underperform in the crucial moments.

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Thurman said, “Some of you have some of the most horrific practice habits I’ve ever seen. I hear you guys b—-ing about your coach. I hear you guys complaining about him getting after you.” Thus, it is apparent that the coaching staff over at Colorado are not happy with the team at all. The Colorado Buffaloes will face off against the UCLA Bruins this coming Saturday and the fans can’t wait.

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Will the Colorado Buffaloes be able to make their comeback? Or will they add another loss to their tally?
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