The underdog, according to Deion Sanders, is what makes him tick.

The underdog, according to Deion Sanders, is what makes him tick.


Coach Prime enjoys hearing from doubters.

The Colorado Buffaloes have experienced doubt in every aspect of their play this season.
It’s motivation that you see on “bulletin boards” now, and it seems to be everywhere.
Deion Sanders, on the other hand, doesn’t mind it and even enjoys it.

Colorado has a 4-2 record going into its game against Stanford on Friday. Nobody anticipated this start before the season, and the national people were free to swarm on without regard for talent.
One of the organizations that didn’t think CU would succeed was ESPN.
A four-win season was predicted with a probability of 0 point 2 percent.
Sanders made a seemingly impossible claim, and the Buffs hope to do even better in the second half of the year.

In response to a question about being questioned during CU’s weekly coaches show, Coach Prime was forthright.


Sanders asked if Vegas had also done that.
I enjoy it when they wager against me.
I kind of get excited about that.

Before the season started, the oddsmakers set Colorado’s win total at 3+5.
With only half of the season left to play and the Buffaloes having bowl aspirations, it was a fairly low bar to clear.
Following Stanford, they have a bye week before playing UCLA at the Rose Bowl and Oregon State at home.

Colorado will probably be the underdog from this point forward because more skeptics are prepared to disprove Sanders. Just make sure you don’t let him get too cozy.
The Buffs will be dangerous at that point.


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