Deion Sanders was frustrated by Colorado’s “mediocrity.”.

Deion Sanders was frustrated by Colorado’s “mediocrity.”.

Deion Sanders, a Hall of Fame player, possessed a perfectionist personality, and as a college coach at Colorado, he is displaying that same quality.

After the Buffaloes defeated Arizona State on the road, 27-24, to improve to 4-2, Sanders was not pleased.
He bemoaned his team’s sluggish start and the way his defense had allowed the Sun Devils to tie the game with a 94-yard touchdown drive in the waning seconds.

After the game, Sanders said, “I’m sorry for being so angry today, but I don’t expect mediocrity.
performed like hot garbage.
It’s something I’m trying to figure out.
I’m tired of it.
I am, in fact.
I’m tired of us showing up here and making the same effort we made in the first half.

“I’m sorry for being impatient.
I don’t have a lot of patience with life.
Just ask my kids.

Shedeur Sanders, Sanders’ son, serves as Colorado’s starting quarterback.

While Colorado was playing Arizona State on October 1, head coach Deion Sanders spoke with his quarterback son Shedeur Sanders. 7, 2023.

With one passing touchdown and one rushing touchdown, the junior junior threw for 239 yards in the victory.

Deion Sanders stated, “I expect to win, and I expect to win in a better manner than that.
“I’m tired of the penalties and other actions we take, as well as the persistent holes we keep showing.
We’ve improved significantly.

In Sanders’ first season as head coach, the Buffaloes are two victories away from being bowl-eligible, one year after the team finished the 2022 campaign with a 1-11 record.

On October 5, Deion Sanders confronts a referee during Colorado’s game against Arizona State.
7, 2023. AP.

The victory on Saturday followed consecutive losses to highly ranked opponents, Oregon and USC.

There are still six regular-season Pac-12 games left, with Colorado’s first matchup coming Friday against Stanford at home.


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