When Deion Sanders first joined the Colorado Buffaloes this season, there was a lot of buzz and interest in the program
The Buffs were coming off a disastrous 1-11 season in 2022, and Coach Prime saw himself as the savior who could turn the program's fortunes around.
Deion Sanders led Colorado to a three-game winning streak at the start of the season, defeating TCU, Nebraska,
and Michigan State. However, after a hot start, they dropped back-to-back games to Oregon and USC.
Then came the shocking loss to Stanford in week eight, which no one saw coming. Last weekend, they were defeated by the UCLA Bruins, bringing their season record to 4-4.
There is currently no hint that Deion Sanders will step down as Buffaloes head coach. When he joined the program,
the 56-year-old signed a five-year contract worth $29.5 million and is anticipated to stay with the squad until at least 2027.
Aside from that, Sanders declared on the Rich Eisen Show in September that he would not consider leaving college football for the NFL anytime soon.