During Colorado’s 46-43 loss to Stanford, Deion Sanders’ ex-wife Pilar Sanders and Shelomi Sanders share a touching mother-daughter moment.

During Colorado’s 46-43 loss to Stanford, Deion Sanders’ ex-wife Pilar Sanders and Shelomi Sanders share a touching mother-daughter moment.

 

 

On Friday, Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes lost to Stanford in a rather underwhelming fashion.
Although the coach’s daughter and his ex-wife had a good time, it was a sad day in the otherwise bustling Folsom Field.

Pilar Sanders, the ex-wife of Coach Prime, posted a picture from the event with Shelomi Sanders, their daughter.
While supporting Prime Time and his teammates on the field, the pair enjoyed the game in the icy Colorado air.
To combat the chilly weather, both wore the recently released Coach Prime apparel.

So what did Deion Sanders’ ex-wife have to say about the time she spent with her daughter while supporting the boys?

Even though Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes lost in week 7, his ex-wife and daughter weren’t discouraged.
Shelomi Sanders and Pilar Sanders were wearing oversized Colorado sweatshirts when they shared a memory at Folsom Field on Instagram. The caption gives the impression that the mother-daughter team enjoyed themselves

Pilar captioned the picture, “Under the lights with my baby.”.

Shelomi briefly responded to the compliment. When a mother hears those words, they will mean a lot to her.

Shelomi commented in the comments section, “Ur so gorg(eous).”.

 

Both of them had noticeable oversized Coach Prime sweatshirts, but they were a good way to protect themselves from the nippy Colorado cold.
The Buffaloes offense may have been stopped cold in its tracks in the second half due to the cold, though

Deion Sanders had a forgettable day at work.

 

Deion Sanders would like to forget about Colorado’s matchup with the Stanford Cardinal from week 7.

First half play was perfect for Coach Prime and his team as they scored 29 points without giving anything to the visitors.
The second half served as a sobering reminder that even though it appeared to be over, it wasn’t really.

The Cardinal made a strong comeback and outscored Colorado significantly in the second half.
They performed well enough in the second half to force overtime.
By throwing an interception in the second overtime to set up the Cardinals’ game-winning drive, Shedeur Sanders made their job simple.

Colorado suffered its third loss of the year at the hands of Stanford, who ultimately triumphed 46–43.

 

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