“Everything He Touches Turns Into Gold”: Travis Kelce Composes a Melody of Ultimate Respect for Deion Sanders, the Devout Believer in God

Published 07/17/2023, 2:24 AM EDT

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Coach Prime is getting ready for his first season with the Buffaloes, and their first game against TCU on September 2 is coming up fast. He’s the new head coach of the Colorado team, and he’s been getting a lot of attention from the national media. Everyone is excited about the Buffs program, especially because they had a rough season last year, winning only one game out of eleven.

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Even though the 2023 season is still more than a month away, people are still talking about Coach Prime. In fact, Chiefs two times Super Bowl Champion Travis Kelce thinks Coach Prime has a special touch and is highly regarded, making him a dream guest for the podcast.

Why is Travis Kelce a fan of PrimeTime?

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Deion Sanders is a legend in both the NFL, and Travis Kelce is a huge fan of him. Kelce, Chiefs’ star TE, told Basketball star Draymond Green at ‘BR Hot Seat Press Conference’ that he would love to interview Sanders on his podcast. He praised Sanders, who has strong faith in God, for being an amazing coach at Jackson State, where he turned the football team into a powerhouse in the FCS.

“I’ve always been a big Deion Sanders fan,” Kelce said. “(He’s) one of the best college coaches out there right now. Everything he touches turns to gold.” Travis Kelce stated. Kelce even mentioned that Sanders is one of the best motivators he has ever seen and that everything he does is successful.

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Sanders has a new challenge now, coaching at Buffs, a program that has been struggling for a long time. Kelce’s admiration and love for ‘Prime Time’ Sanders expressed that Coach will bring Buffs back to glory.

Oklahoma HC expresses criticism towards Deion.

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According to a recent SI report, Brent Venables, the head coach of Oklahoma’s football team, recently made comments criticizing Deion Sanders. Venables expressed his disagreement with how Coach Prime managed the team’s roster changes. He even compared his own approach to Sanders’. Venables stated that he gave his players a year-long period to adapt and improve, unlike Sanders.

“You know, I gave guys twelve months of grace,” per HC Venables. “I was unlike Deion (Sanders). I gave guys 12 months of grace to figure it out.”

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Coach Venables emphasized the importance of players attending classes, behaving well off the field, and showing up with respect and gratitude for their opportunities. In contrast, Sanders took charge of a struggling Colorado team after Karl Dorrell’s departure and quickly turned things around.

WATCH THIS STORY – After Narrowly Escaping Danger, Deion Sanders Reflects on Life’s Fragility and Emphasizes Basic Human Responsibilities.

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Mohammad Asif Ansari

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Mohammad Asif Ansari is an NFL writer at EssentiallySports, with a passion for bringing sports news to life through engaging content. As an ardent sports fan, Ansari likes to cover core sports angles. His latest article, “Dallas Cowboys Reportedly Making It Difficult for Aaron Rodgers to Pursue His Dream Team” got a hoard of interested sports readers.
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