Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes get OT in the win as the offensive line struggles.

Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes get OT in the win as the offensive line struggles.

Colorado’s football team has had a rough first half of the 2023-2024 season.
The 4-4 Buffaloes have faced three opponents so far, most recently losing to the No. 1 football team.
20 UCLA. Deion Sanders and K.B. Sheeder Sanders has hope after beating Isiah Walker Jr.’s offense.

Junior college OT recruiting boosts Colorado football’s blocking capabilities

Isiah Walker Jr. committed to the Buffaloes after spending a year at Butler Community College.
According to 247 Sports, the 6-foot-1, 277-pounder is expected to sign after attending Boulder in December. Walker Jr. held offers from other Division 1 schools, including Houston, Memphis, Texas State, Georgia Southern and Syracuse.

He explained why he thinks Colorado is right for him:

“What I value most about a school is the family atmosphere, and Colorado has that,” Walker Jr. said.
Recruiter Deion Sanders believes he helped create a supportive atmosphere in Colorado.
Additionally, I believe he will thrive under Bill O’Boyle, Colorado’s offensive line coach and current JUCO coach.
This announcement comes at a perfect time for Bivoli. The team’s O-line has struggled throughout the season.
Colorado recently gave up seven runs against UCLA.
The buffalo had no chance to attack.
Despite this, Schaeder Sanders finished the game with 217 yards and a touchdown.
Colorado’s pass defense will also be bolstered by the addition of Isaiah Walker Jr. to the team.
The Buffaloes’ season isn’t going the way some had hoped, but it’s a big improvement over the 2022-2023 season, when the team won just one game.
Expect Colorado to continue to work on addressing its weaknesses as it tries to climb the ranks of the college football world.

 

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