A season that began with such promise for Deion Sanders at Colorado has become a significant disappointment.
Colorado misplaced its seventh sport on Friday evening, clinching a losing record and making certain that the Buffaloes is not going to play in a bowl sport.
The loss was significantly ugly: Colorado and Washington State entered Friday evening’s sport tied for final place within the Pac-12, and Washington State obliterated Colorado 56-14, leaving little question that Colorado is the worst team within the convention.
“We’re falling short of what we’re capable of,” Sanders mentioned, by way of ESPN. “That’s the part of this that’s tough to digest. We’ve got high expectations here, so this is tremendously disappointing.”
Sanders’ son and beginning quarterback, Shedeur Sanders, has been sacked 52 occasions this season, essentially the most of any quarterback within the nation, and the hits saved approaching Friday evening. He was ultimately knocked out of the sport with what gave the impression to be a wrist harm.
“He had some numbness in his hand and couldn’t really grip the ball,” Deion Sanders mentioned. “But then that second hit he just got rolled up on. We decided not to send him back out.”
Colorado received its first three video games however is 1-7 since then. Sanders’ team closes its season subsequent week at No. 22 Utah.