The Colorado coach told his squad that seeing the cringe-worthy tape and learning why they lost 42-6 to No. 9 Oregon last Saturday “shall set you free.”
Deion Sanders told his team the truth this week while ignoring his critics.
He assured his doubters that his first loss at Colorado hasn't taken away his confidence. Not at all.
It's only emboldened him and his Buffaloes (3-1, 0-1 Pac-12) as they prepare to host No. 8 Southern California (4-0, 2-0) in another Folsom Field sellout this weekend.
Sanders joked at his weekly news conference Tuesday that he was booed when he was born.
I don't answer or defend myself slowly. Why would I? You get a microphone if I do it.
Your presence in my life comforts you. Don't care. Really don't.
He's proud that the Buffaloes have won three games — preseason forecasts had them at 3 1/2 — and become college football's center.
Boulder will host Fox's “Big Noon Kickoff” for the third time this season on Saturday.
Sanders' team is a 21 1/2-point underdog versus the Trojans.
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