Deion Sanders Demands More From Colorado Despite Win Over ASU
Anyone who believed Deion Sanders would be satisfied with Saturday night's 27-24 victory against Arizona State was incorrect.
The head coach of Colorado, an NFL Hall of Famer, was utterly disappointed in how his squad played against the Sun Devils.
which needed a field goal to be made with 12 seconds left to win and stop a three-game losing streak.
To the media, Sanders made it apparent that he was not happy. Despite possessing one of the nation's top offenses,
The Buffaloes have one of the best offenses in the country, but
With the help of kicker Alejandro Matas and the clutch performance of quarterback Shedeur Sanders, Colorado was able to escape with a victory.
Sanders said of his son Shedeur, "It's almost like we're waiting for him to don his cape and perform what he does. "He does that every week."
With the victory, the team ended an eight-game losing run in the PAC-12 and earned their first conference victory of the year.