Colorado coach Deion Sanders: We need to bring in ‘new people’

Colorado coach Deion Sanders: We need to bring in ‘new people’

The sledding has been tough for the Colorado Buffaloes, who recently lost to the No. 23 UCLA Bruins in their fourth game in five tries on Saturday night.

To make matters worse, Colorado coach Deion Sanders publicly suggested after the game what needs to be done to improve the program.
“The offensive line has to be better,” Sanders said after the 28-16 loss to Colorado.
“This is a battle of running the ball and we have to figure it out.
Because now you’re one-dimensional and it’s easy to stop a team when they’re one-dimensional.
And now we are.
… Big picture: You can get a new liner.
Since this is a photo, I will draw it perfectly.

Colorado finished the game with just 25 rushing yards on 24 attempts and quarterback Sheder Sanders was sacked seven times.
Overall, UCLA outgained Colorado 487-242 in total yards.
Sanders gained just 217 passing yards.

Considered a potential Heisman finalist heading into the season, Judge Jr. has completed 71.1 percent of his passes this season while recording 2,637 passing yards, 22 pass breakups, three interceptions and a 154 rating ,4 passengers. Sanders also had three hits.

Meanwhile, the Buffaloes are last in the Pac-12 in rushing yards (78.6).
With the loss, Colorado falls to 4-4 overall and 1-4 in Pac-12 play.
The lone conference win came against Arizona State at 2-6.
Colorado opened the season 3-0 with a 42-6 win over then-No. 8 Oregon.

Colorado’s next game is at home against Oregon State (6-2 overall, 3-2 in Pac-12 play) in Week 10.


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