Deion Sanders is moving Pat Shurmur, a quality control analyst, up to offensive play caller for Colorado's Saturday matchup against Oregon State.
The revelation was initially reported by Brett McMurphy of The Action Network, and it has now been verified by additional sources.
Sean Lewis, the offensive coordinator, will continue to work with the team and call plays for the Buffs against the Beavers.
Sanders would have to fire one coach from Colorado's on-field staff in order to make the change.
At the time of publication, it was unclear who would be demoted and if it would be a temporary or permanent reduction.
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Shurmur was the head coach of the New York Giants and Cleveland Browns in the past. For the Denver Broncos, Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings, and St. Louis Rams, he oversaw offensive coordination.
Lewis accepted the role as offensive coordinator at Colorado after resigning as head coach at Kent State.
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