REPORT: Analyst bullish on the objective of Coach Prime leaving Colorado football for the newly open top head coaching vacancy

Kevin Borba is bullish on the idea of Coach Prime leaving Colorado football for Texas A&M in the wake of Jimbo Fisher’s firing — claiming that the arrangement can work due to Deion Sanders’ unique recruiting abilities and his ties to the area as a former Dallas Cowboys star and father to former SMU DB Deion Sanders Jr. and Trinity Christian School stars Shedeur and Shilo Sanders.

 

“Following the news on Sunday that Texas A&M was parting ways with Jimbo Fisher, many fans and analysts have made a case for Sanders to be the next head coach,” Borba prefaced before saying, “It is obvious he has recruiting ability and being at an SEC program in Texas will only magnify that, he would make the Aggies more relevant than they likely ever have been, and he would instantly be a coach that the whole program would get behind.

 

“Sanders has ties to Texas thanks to his time with the Dallas Cowboys, and the fact that his kids went to school in Texas. It would be a huge leap for Sanders who would be going from FCS football to SEC football in a year and a half, but assuming he would put together a really strong and experienced staff, it could work.”

 

Coach Prime not leaving Colorado football, ‘especially’ for Texas A&M

BuffsBeat’s Josh Tolle shut down the idea of Coach Prime leaving Colorado anytime soon; adding that’s “especially” the case for Texas A&M’s vacancy.

 

“Don’t expect Deion Sanders to be leaving Colorado anytime soon, especially for the opening at Texas A&M,” Tolle prefaced before saying, “While fans would love to see Coach Prime make his way to College Station, those rumors are nothing but hype, according to sources.

 

“Sanders has taken the sports world by storm this season. The Colorado Buffaloes are sitting two games under .500 at 4-6 with bowl hopes still on the line in the final road games. They’ve become the most-watched team in the nation with a Hollywood feel on the sidelines. It’s not a bad start for Coach Prime in Boulder.”

 

As strange of a juxtaposition as “Prime Time” is with the Rocky Mountains having come from the prairies of Texas, the arrangement has produced plenty of fireworks and brought unmatched attention to the city of Boulder and the University of Colorado.

 

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