2 Years After Deion Sanders Being Robbed, Colorado Players Suffered Similar Horrible Fate at UCLA

Published 10/30/2023, 12:43 PM EDT

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Deion Sanders and his team face yet another difficult circumstance as reports of a robbery come to the surface. The 56-year-old NFL Hall of Famer has been at the forefront of the NCAA since signing with the Colorado Buffaloes on a 5-year contract. Coach Prime is a revolutionary figure in the history of American sports, but his performance as a coach is still left to be praised.

The Colorado Buffaloes played against the UCLA Bruins on 29th October, 2023. The match was supposed to be a major comeback for the Buffs but things didn’t go their way. They suffered a devastating loss by a score of 28-16 as the Colorado team continued to witness their downfall. While Coach Prime suffered on the field, the players would soon suffer off the field as a robbery was taking place in the locker room.

 Coach Prime has been there, and done that


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During the game, it has been alleged that thieves broke into the locker room and stole the jewelry of the Colorado players. The fans seemed upset with the management team as they couldn’t believe how easy it was for the thieves to just steal the jewelry in plain sight.

Deion Sanders’ arrival at Jackson State in 2021 was met with great excitement. The team won under the first-year head coach, but in the post-match conference; he revealed that all his belongings had been stolen. The Jackson State officials told reporters that Coach Prime’s belongings weren’t stolen but misplaced and later secured by a staff member. The 2-year-old robbery took the coach down memory lane as his team walked back to the locker room defeated. As if the match wasn’t humiliating enough, both Shilo and Shedeur Sanders fought their own demons on the field.


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Shedeur and Shilo have a tough night against the UCLA Bruins

Shedeur Sanders, the QB for the Colorado Buffaloes, played one of the harshest games of his career. The Buffs’ defense failed to protect him as he tried to throw out the passes. Reportedly, he took over 17 hits in last night’s match and could be seen breathing heavily as he tried to recover. After the controversial ejection of Shilo, it seemed as if the Buffs’ defense had shattered as the UCLA team consistently broke through them.


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Shilo Sanders, on the other hand, was ejected off the field for ” targeting ” Carsen Ryan, the running back for the Bruins. Coach Prime himself called the foul ” horrendous ” as several other fans joined him in solidarity. The fans believe that the unfair call by the referees very well cost them the game. The Buffs have taken yet another loss to their tally, making their record 4-4. They’re a long way from the championship, but it doesn’t seem like Coach Prime’s team is out of the picture yet.

Read More: Deion Sanders’ Ex Pilar Goes on a Fiery Rant To Deliver Brutal Verdict on Shilo’s “Horrendous” Ejection Against UCLA


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Will the Colorado Buffaloes be able to make a much-awaited comeback yet? Or are they out of the title race as the string of losses continues? Let us know in the comments below.

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Jeevesh Singh


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Jeevesh Singh is an NFL writer at EssentiallySports. He is a skilled writer with a passion for the NFL which inspires him to also cover the thrilling sport. Though the ‘roughness’ of the sport makes him anxious, he admires the heart the players display, which is what pulls him towards it.
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