“They’re Not Stupid Enough to Do That”: Coach Prime Admits to Being Outsmarted by Arizona as Colorado’s Sneaky Plan Fails

Published 11/11/2023, 6:10 PM EST

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In what is a long-awaited game between the Colorado Buffaloes and the Arizona Wildcats, Coach Prime Deion Sanders and his team face yet another defeat, marking their fifth consecutive loss. Coming in strong with 24-17 for the first half of the game, the Buffs eventually lost sight and fell in a wrenching 31-34 defeat. Is Deion Sanders strategy to blame?

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Colorado’s last home game at Folsom Field for the season has crushed the team’s hopes for the Super Bowl, although they still have a chance. It had been a highly competitive game, but in the end, even star QB Shedeur Sanders, who led the game with 262 yards and two touchdowns, couldn’t save his team from the slight points disadvantage over Arizona. 

Deion Sanders addresses a strategic error in the last game

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It’s another heartbreaking game for Coach Prime Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes. In the post-game conference, the Buffs head coach brought forward their loss while still backing up his players. When asked about how the Buffs called a timeout before the Wildcats had their pass, he replied, “They’re not stupid enough to do that. The quarterback ran them in the middle and took a knee.”

The last game between the Colorado Buffaloes and the Arizona Cardinals marks the fourth straight loss for Coach Prime Deion Sanders and co. Colorado fell in another sad 31-34 defeat despite a phenomenal play by Shedeur Sanders, who accounted for 262 yards and two touchdowns. The Buffs’ fate hangs by a thread as they lament their 6th loss this season.

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Colorado dominated by Arizona in the fourth quarter 

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Up till the end of the third quarter, things looked bright for Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffs, who led 31-24. Their special team shone in creating field position advantage, giving fans the hope of having the satisfaction of winning their last home game for the regular season. However, Arizona picked up pace in the fourth quarter. 

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What Colorado didn’t realize was that Arizona has a special strategy where they give their all in the fourth quarter of their games. They defeated the Buffs by securing 10 points in the last quarter. Arizona Wildcats coach Jedd Fisch said, “The fourth quarter is our favorite quarter… It’s a very important part of our standard, how we finish and what we do at the end of games. You don’t win in the first quarter, in the second quarter… You win games in the fourth quarter. That’s where you win games.”

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With the completion of the last game, Coach Prime Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffs will move on ahead to meet the Washington State Cougars in the last second game of the season. If they beat both the Cougars and the Utah Utes, it’ll be Coach Prime’s first season as Colorado head coach to lead his team to the Super Bowl.

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Khosalu Puro

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