Deion Sanders: Colorado Getting ‘Absurd’ Number of Recruiting Calls After 2-0 Start

Deion Sanders: Colorado Getting ‘Absurd’ Number of Recruiting Calls After 2-0 Start

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It’s been a long journey, but it appears Deion Sanders has righted the ship in Boulder as the Colorado Buffaloes are off to a 2-0 start after upsetting the TCU Horned Frogs in their season opener and then following it up with a big win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

With the Buffaloes off to a hot start and Sanders at the helm, the prospects of playing for Colorado are becoming more attractive to recruits around the country. Coach Prime told reporters that the team has been getting an “absurd” amount of recruiting calls regarding the program and what Sanders has to offer.

The Buffaloes have already had a number of big performances from their star players. Quarterback Shedeur Sanders, the son of Deion Sanders, had a career game against TCU with 510 passing yards and four touchdowns. Not to be outdone, corner/wide receiver Travis Hunter caught 11 passes for 119 yards against the Cornhuskers and added an interception, three tackles and a pass breakup.

The Buffaloes’ defensive scheme has been key to their success as well. Colorado held both TCU and Nebraska to under 15 points in each game, with the Cornhuskers being held to their lowest point total in a decade.

Deion Sanders has reignited the program at Colorado, and it appears the success they have had so far this season it only getting them more attention. With the Buffaloes on the rise, it is expected that they will be making a hard push to try and get the top recruits in the class of 2025, which includes offensive tackle David Sanders, defensive lineman Elijah Griffin and quarterback Bryce Underwood.

The Buffaloes will look to continue their winning streak this weekend against Colorado State in the Rocky Mountain Showdown before an important matchup against Oregon on Sept. 23. The offense has been explosive, and the defense has been stout; if the Buffaloes can continue dominating in their upcoming games, then it looks like Colorado may be in for a special season under the leadership of Deion Sanders

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