Shedeur Sanders battered, knocked out of Colorado football game against Washington State

Peelman, Washington Colorado quarterback Shedeur Sanders was sacked four times in the first ten plays of the game against Washington State, 

including a vicious blow that seemed to hurt his right throwing arm in the first quarter. Sanders was eventually knocked out of the game.

After the latter hit, Sanders—son of Colorado coach Deion Sanders—came back to pass to receiver Travis Hunter for a 45-yard score. But after a botched snap in the second quarter, 

Colorado was behind 28-7, he left the game and went to the locker room. After that, a Colorado representative verified he was permanently eliminated from the game.

In the first half, he was replaced by rookie backup quarterback Ryan Staub as Colorado once more had trouble stopping the pass, this time against a Cougars squad that had dropped its previous six games.

The Buffaloes (now 4-7) had the second-most sacks in the country going into the game.

Shedeur Sanders had to receive painkiller shots in the past to finish games after suffering all but one of them. 

But until Friday, a cool autumn night here at Martin Stadium, when he looked doomed from the outset, he never had to abandon a game due to all the hits.

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