Colorado coach Deion Sanders demanded that the Rose Bowl compensate his players for items stolen from their locker room following Saturday's 28-16 loss to UCLA.
"All of that stuff should be replaced," he said to reporters on Tuesday. "We're at the Rose Bowl. Isn't he the Granddaddy
of them all? Granddaddy must have some money. Grandpa should have some money to offer to these children."
Local officials launched an investigation after some Buffaloes players claimed to have had jewelry stolen from the locker room.
Colorado standout Travis Hunter addressed the topic on Bleacher Report's 12 Talks podcast. As a preventive step, he claimed he won't bring valuables to away games in the future.
According to Lisa Derderian, a spokeswoman for the City of Pasadena, Pasadena police and a private security service
are responsible with guarding the Rose Bowl for important events. Inside the changing rooms, however, there are no cameras.
Sanders stated that in the aftermath of the weekend incident, Colorado will begin to use its own security measures.
In addition to holding the Rose Bowl liable, he feels the NCAA should step in.
"NCAA, you do something about everything else," that's what he said. "Do something about this one."