Deion Sanders discusses sacks, expensive automobiles, and career goals: Just let me ride, dude

Monday, while sitting at his desk in his office in Boulder, Deion Sanders took a Zoom call from a USA TODAY reporter  

has been taken down 22 times in just four games this season. Has he ever seen anything like that before, even when Shedeur was playing in the kids league? 

Will Shedeur and his brother Shilo really stay at Colorado next year and play for the team instead of going pro? And did Shedeur buy a new Rolls-Royce, as he and NFL star Tom Brady talked about last week? 

Sanders, whose Buffaloes play No. 6 Southern California at home on Saturday, said, "Man, Shedeur has made a lot of money in college. 

The short chat happened on a Monday morning when Coach Prime's team didn't have practice but he still had to do work for his sponsor, the insurance company Aflac. In addition to being a coach,  

his deal with Aflac puts him and Alabama coach Nick Saban in a lot of commercials that are shown on TV. As part of their deal, he also has to do a certain number of talks like the one below. 

The context, length, and flow of the Q&A were changed, and he didn't say anything about why other coaches have been rude to him this season, which is part of a different story. 

The short chat happened on a Monday morning when Coach Prime's team didn't have practice but he still had to do work for his sponsor, the insurance company Aflac. In addition to being a coach,  

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