Deion Sanders has been of Colorado head coach in less than a week, but the Coach Prime effect came into play in Boulder.
Sanders and his son Shedeur Sanderswho was supposed to follow his father to Colorado from Jackson State through the portal, arrived at a Colorado Men’s Basketball game versus opponent Colorado State on Thursday with a standing ovation.
Sanders won over Colorado fans even more when he purposely avoided a sharp collision with a Colorado State fan on his way to his seat.
“There has been more awareness (Dancer broncos Coach Nathaniel) Hackett performed all year,” one fan commented.
Festival of love for NFL The legend doesn’t stop there. During the waiting time on the field, the crowd at the CU Event Center chanted “Dei-on Sand-ders” loudly, which turned into a loud roar after the man himself stood up and raised his arms. fist up to confirm.
Sanders was tasked with breathing new life into what was once one of the worst shows in Power 5 over the past two seasons. Colorado finished 1-11 last year, firing previous head coach Karl Dorell after a 0-5 start.
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