Colorado’s Deion Sanders Misses Weekly Coach’s Show With revealed Health Issue

Colorado’s Deion Sanders missed his weekly coach’s appearance due to health issues

deion This week’s edition of the Colorado football coaches podcast took place on Thursday with particularly notable absences:
head coach Deion Sanders.

According to the Denver Post, Sanders, 56, missed this week’s performance before Saturday’s game against Arizona State for what university officials described as health reasons. Assistant head coach Gary Harrell was on the show and said Coach Prime collapsed after having a “bad reaction to his immunity IV,” according to Buffs Beat.

Sanders has faced many health issues in recent years, many of which stemmed from the amputation of two of his toes, which occurred while he was coaching at Jackson State in 2021. On July, he missed Pac-12 media day. undergo a coagulation procedure. Needless to say, Colorado felt Sanders’ presence — or absence thereof — on Thursday.

“Well, you know, we had a team meeting this morning and every time he wasn’t there, we knew something was wrong. He doesn’t lack much,” Harrell said, according to Buffs Beat. “So I went to see him. He didn’t feel well so we continued the meeting. But he was practicing the whole time. He doesn’t have enough strength right now but he’s trying to deal with it.

Even if Sanders isn’t 100%, Harrell and the Buffaloes still expect him to sit out Saturday’s game against the Sun Devils.

Colorado (3-2), hoping to shake off back-to-back losses to Oregon and USC, will travel to Tempe to face No. 6 Arizona State:
30 p.m. ET.

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