Despite a 4-4 record, the Deion Sanders-coached Colorado Buffaloes are still among the most watched teams in the country.
This week should be similar, with Oregon State traveling for the second straight week following a tight
defeat to Arizona, and Colorado playing at home following a road loss to UCLA. How will the two teams bounce back?
Colorado's Shedeur Sanders, who has taken the most sacks (41), is the second-most harassed quarterback in the nation after being sacked seven times last week
for the third time this season. With 33 sacks taken, Spencer Rattler of South Carolina trails Sanders in the standings. You have to wonder how much more Sanders
can handle after eight more. With four games remaining, Sanders is on track to equal Pitt's Tino Sunseri's 2011 record of 60 FBS single-season sacks taken.
Although Sanders has a high degree of mental and physical tenacity, the Buffaloes cannot be regarded as major underdogs against opponents of greater caliber if they are not properly protected
This week, against Oregon State, which is tied for 14th place in the US in terms of sack totals, the deficiency in protection will be on full show once more. Joe Golden,