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Shedeur Sanders, the QB for the Colorado Buffaloes, had something to say in response to Coach Prime’s famed two-word question. The 21-year-old athlete is one of the most talented quarterbacks in the NCAA currently as he continues to deliver for his team. Plus, even though the team hasn’t been performing at its peak, the fans are glad to see that Shedeur has been leading the team at his level best.

Recently, the Colorado Buffaloes lost to the Stanford Cardinal team this past week and Shedeur had a minor role to play in that. He threw out a poor interception during the double overtime that the Stanford players got the better of and ultimately, upstaged the Buffs. As a result, the entire team has been at the receiving end of harsh judgment for their performance in this season but Shedeur’s recent post comes across as a befitting reply to all the hate.

Shedeur Sanders’ confession to Coach Prime’s brutal doubts

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In a recent post-match conference, Coach Prime could be seen talking about his disappointments with the team. He talked about how the players don’t share the same passion as him for football. Moreover, he followed it up with an important question by asking, “They gotta make up in their mind are they in love with this game or in like with it?… I’m truly 100% in love with this thing and I just want people to match me.”

Shedeur posted on his Instagram account a series of pictures that saw him sporting the Buffs’ jersey. What’s interesting is the caption that he put below it which said, “Real love🖤 #legendary.” The star QB for the team wants to make it clear that he is taking his father’s advice to heart. It will be interesting to see how he performs against the UCLA Bruins this Saturday after being a figure of controversy after his flexing stint.

Deion Sanders Jr. gives crucial advice to Shedeur following his controversial move

The Colorado Buffaloes won against the Arizona Sun Devils by a mere score of 27-24but that didn’t stop Shedeur from flexing his expensive watch to the Arizona fans. Most of the NFL community called him out on the arrogant move and later, Shedeur got a taste of his own medicine. The Stanford Cardinal players made the exact same gesture towards the Colorado fans when they defeated the Buffs by overcoming a record-breaking 29-point lead.

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In a recent video released by the Colorado Buffaloes, Deion Sanders Jr. can be seen telling Shedeur, “You can’t smile no more. Don’t wear no jewelry no more.” The advice will prove to be of vital importance to Shedeur as he will try to focus more on his game against UCLA rather than the dials on his expensive $70,000 watch.

Read More: Minutes After Deion Sanders’ Scathing Accusations, Son Shedeur Strikes Back With Hard Hitting Confession

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Will the Buffaloes be able to vanquish the UCLA team? Or will they add another loss to their tally as they try to make a comeback?
Let us know in the comments below.

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