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The Prime Effect not only swept across Colorado, but it also made a stop at the Buffs’ cafeteria when Deion Sanders arrived. He ensured that executive chef Carl Solomon was included on the official website. Brian Kelly and LSU are following suit by including their chefs’ names on their website. 

On June 8, ESPN College Football on YouTube posted pictures of LSU chefs Kevin Anderson, Ryan Andre, Michael Johnson, and Michael Carter with the caption, “LSU Athletics’ website lists their chefs & just know they can throw down in the kitchen.” This move and announcement led to unnecessary misunderstanding among fans who slammed LSU for copying Coach Prime. But Deion Sanders Jr. is here to clear the misunderstanding.

In his Well Off Media upload on YouTube on June 11, Deion Sanders Jr. dismissed the brewing beef as “fun and games.” He said, “It’s just friendly competition bro. It’s fun and games. Ain’t nobody beefing on nobody. I know y’all going to try to just ride a story like we just beefing with people.” He added his distaste, “I know a lot of y’all don’t get the humor. A lot of y’all just serious 24 hours.”

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This developing story emerged after LSU’s recent change in its website look. After ESPN’s update, the comment box was filled with posts like “Prime did it first” and “ESPN not crediting CU is shameful,” among others. But as Deion Sanders Jr. has disclosed, it’s nothing to be serious about, so we might as well focus on the more important things, such as the upcoming visit by 5-star QB Julian Lewis.

Will Colorado convince Julian Lewis to flip his commitment from USC?

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The stakes rose higher for Coach Prime and Colorado after Julian Lewis’ recent meeting with USC. In their recent meeting, the 5-star QB, highly anticipated as the potential Shedeur Sanders’ replacement, has shown solid trust and confidence in head coach Lincoln Riley. Julian’s father, TC Lewis, also added that the USC visit had been “phenomenal.” 

Colorado needs Julian Lewis, the 2025 class elite QB, for when Shedeur Sanders leaves for the pro league next year. He had already been in Boulder twice after his commitment to USC last season, raising the hopes of the Buffs nation who had been chanting, “We want JuJu.” But with the competition that this talented prospect is giving Colorado, we can only have our fingers crossed and wait.