Deion Sanders reveals why he was direct with Colorado players upon entering the program.

Deion Sanders' Colorado Buffaloes are 3-0 to start the season, and the entire college football world is watching what he's doing in Boulder.

Sanders assumed the Colorado job after Jackson State won the Southwestern Athletic Conference championship,

hoping to turn around a Buffaloes squad that won just one game in 2022. 

Everyone assumed the days of Kordell Stewart, Rashaan Salaam, and Michael Westbrook were over.

"Coach Prime" entered the program and turned everything upside down. He was chastised for being so open with players from the previous regime,

encouraging them to enter the transfer site and look for playing time elsewhere.

Sanders was asked if he thought the so-called "scorched Earth policy" was helpful for the sport in an interview with "60 Minutes" on Sunday. 

The Pro Football Hall of Famer stated that it was not his responsibility to deceive the team's student-athletes.

"I believe that telling the truth is beneficial to children. We're so used to lying that we no longer perceive the truth in society. 

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