Steven A. First Take panel is left speechless after Smith’s two-minute rant about the Colorado Buffaloes’ “disgrace.”.

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First Take panel is left speechless after Smith’s two-minute rant about the Colorado Buffaloes’ “disgrace.”.


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On Monday’s First Take episode of ESPN, Smith ripped apart the Colorado Buffaloes.

After blowing a 29-0 lead and losing to Stanford 46-43 on Friday night, Smith launched an attack on the Buffaloes.

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Smith of ESPN First Take.
After Colorado’s humiliating 46-43 loss to Stanford on Friday night, Smith ripped into the Buffaloes.
Credit: X/ FirstTake.

In the team’s first seven games of the season, head coach Deion Sanders of the Buffaloes has guided the group to a 4-3 record.

The Buffaloes, who lost to Stanford, surrendered 366 yards of offense under the direction of head coach and legendary NFL player Deion Sanders.

In the second half, Colorado’s offense managed just 169 yards and one touchdown under the leadership of quarterback Shedeur Sanders, the son of Deion.

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appeared on First Take alongside panelist Shannon Sharpe and host Molly Qerim.

And Smith gave the Buffaloes program free reign.

The 55-year-old stated emphatically, “It’s an absolute disgrace.

“The Colorado players were mesmerized by the shine.

Instead of getting your a** kicked on live television, just show up on the field and do what you’re supposed to do.

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then singled out Shedeur, who during halftime promoted his goods via Instagram.

Mike McDaniel says, “I need to keep my eyes up,” after being “distracted” by the reporter.

You cannot have something posted at halftime of a damn game, Smith said.
“Whether it was you or accidentally, it was someone on your social media team,” Smith said.

“Tom Brady and your father already made fun of what you were driving around with and how you needed to be in the film room.

Guess what, it is no longer a laughing matter.

You guys are getting kicked in the ass.

After Smith’s two-minute rant on Colorado, Qerim and Sharpe found themselves speechless.

Coach Prime’s response to Smith’s remarks didn’t take long to come.

Deion joined X, formerly known as Twitter, and concurred with Stephen A.
saying, “He’s right.
We should proceed now.

Prior to their next game against UCLA, the 4-3 Buffaloes will have two weeks to recover from the difficult loss.


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