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Deion Sanders, the coach for the Colorado Buffaloes, examines the contradictory personalities of all three of his sons. The 56-year-old NFL Hall of Famer has been a figure of inspiration ever since he signed with the Buffaloes this season. He’s only played 7 games in the season so far and he’s already one of the best coaches in the NCAA right now. Through his leadership and morale, the Colorado Buffaloes will try to dig out of the pit of their struggling season.

Coach Prime’s two sons, Shilo and Shedeur Sanders, are both part of the Buffs’ squad. While Shilo plays the position of safety, Shedeur plays the pivotal position of the quarterback. Both the sons are exceptionally talented and have carried the team through the most difficult of situations. There’s no doubt about the fact that Deion is a proud father who raised his sons well enough for them to be a part of one of the NCAA’s most decorated teams.

What did Coach Prime have to say about his sons’ personalities?

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On the latest episode of ‘Showtime Basketball’, Paul Pierce can be seen interviewing the famed Deion Sanders. In a conversation that talks about the team’s future and several instances of banter, the topic of both his sons is also discussed. Coach Prime describes his sons’ intricate personalities and talking about which one out of the three is similar to him.

He said, “Junior is more of the business side. Shedeur is more of me, he going to be rock steady he ain’t going to flinch. Shiloh is more prime. He more of that “aight.” Thus, he means to say that all his sons have different personalities but combined, they’re unstoppable and a force to be reckoned with. Coming from a man like Coach Prime, the fans would expect nothing less from his sons. But while the 2-time Super Bowl winner talks about his sons with absolute pride, the fans aren’t too happy with their as well as the team’s performance this season.

Why are the fans disappointed with the Sanders family?

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The controversial move that Shedeur made towards the Arizona fans could very well be one of the darkest moments of his career. The NFL community branded it as an arrogant gesture as the team gave a mediocre performance to siege the win, but Shedeur was on the field acting like the championship had just been won. The Stanford Cardinal imitated the gesture by repeating it in front of Colorado fans after they defeated the Buffs by overcoming a massive record-breaking lead of 29 points.

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There’s no doubt about the fact that Coach Prime is one of the most influential athletes of all time. But with the poor 4-3 record of the Buffs’, the fans can’t help but doubt the credibility of his words of wisdom. He keeps assuring the fans that the team will get better, but there have been no significant changes to the team. All eyes are going to be on Shedeur and Deion as the haters try to tarnish the Sanders name ahead of their match against the UCLA Bruins this coming Saturday.

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Will the Buffaloes finally make their much-awaited comeback? Or will they add another loss to their record and make it 4-4?
Let us know in the comments below.

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