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“You P**sed Off at Us Because I’m Making You Be a Man”: Deion Sanders Holds Shedeur & Co. Accountable Before Clash With Stanford

Published 10/11/2023, 12:30 PM EDT

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Deion Sanders, the coach for the Colorado Buffaloes, goes off on his squad for not being accountable. The 55-year-old NFL Hall of Famer has been making the headlines ever since he signed with the Buffs this season. With sheer determination and wisdom, he’s managed to be the most admired coach in the NCAA as of now.

The team started off great this season with 3 consecutive wins but went downhill soon after that. In their last match against the Arizona State Sun Devils, they managed to score a win in a very close match. Even though they updated Arizona, Coach Prime wasn’t too happy with the team’s performance. Thus, while the team looks forward to their match against Stanford, Coach Prime sits them down for a motivational speech.

Coach Prime talks to his team about their backup plans for life

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In a recent video released on Instagram by the 2-time Super Bowl winner himself, Coach Prime can be seen talking to the players and giving them valuable life advice. The pep talk had Sanders talking to his team which includes both his sons, Sheduer and Shilo. Thus as a father and coach, he asked them questions about what their backup plans were in case football didn’t work out for them.

 

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He said, ” How you pissed off with me? Because I’m holding you accountable for not investing in you. Because I’m forcing you to become a man.” The coach further went on an inspirational speech as the players had all eyes on him. His speech moved the fans on a personal level which could be seen under the post’s comments. It’s apparent that the coach wants the best for his players whether it be on or off the field. Even though the Buffaloes’ past few games haven’t been going well, Coach Prime is confident in his team’s capabilities.

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Will the Colorado Buffaloes be able to make a comeback after their disappointing season so far?

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The team started off great under the guidance of Coach Prime. After a 3-0 win streak, the Buffs’ were humbled by the Oregon Ducks when they were upstaged by a staggering score of 42-6. Shedeur Sander, the QB for the Buffaloes, has been consistently performing for the team but a lot is left to be said for the rest of the team.

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Coach Prime’s team is definitely one of the favorites for this year’s NCAA championship but they need to go back to the drawing plan immediately. With a star-studded roster, it is apparent that the Buffs have a lot of potential that’s waiting to be tapped into. Their recent match against Arizona could be the start of momentum for them as they try to capitalize on a close-knit win.

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Will Coach Prime be able to lead the team to a championship in his debut season? Or will he succumb to the NCAA’s pressures as he tries to bring his team’s glory back?
Let us know in the comments below.

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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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