49ers’ Legend Points Out the Missing Link in Deion Sanders’ Plan to Turn Colorado Into a College Football Powerhouse

Colorado’s Coach Prome made it known that his team was leaving the Pac-12 after this season. Colorado’s move from the Pac-12 to the Big 12 next year will lead to more games against conference rivals in the Central and Eastern time zones. But are the Colorado Buffaloes ready to take on bigger challenges? Fellow NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Owens shares his brutal dissection of the team’s drawbacks as they gear to match up against Stanford this coming Saturday. 

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However, while there are issues to be worked on, there is a hint of a silver lining as well. Deion Sanders in his weekly interview made some interesting revelations that might mark the return of an asset integral to the Buffs’ arsenal. 

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Owens appeared on the latest episode of ‘All the Smoke’ and discussed amongst other things the issues that have been slowing down Dieion Sander’s Colorado Buffaloes. Even though he feels that Coach Prime is going to be able to turn Cololardo into Alabama in a few year’s time, he is only “six or seven players away” says Owens, from being “dominant.”

Coach Prime already has the “skilled positions” post his tailor-made roster that includes numerous new players and transfers including both his sons and and former No. 1 overall recruit Travis Hunter, both of whom were transferred in from the HBCU. He has his team “swed up.” However, the rushing game is what needs improvement according to the former NFL legend, and the rectification of that with the addition of a few skilled players can take Colorado a long way. 

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Speaking of skilled players and filling up gaps, an important part of the team’s force who had been sidelined for weeks following a critical injury has made a speedy recovery, and as announced by Prime Time, might be spotted playing for his team on Saturday’s game. 


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Prime Time makes an important announcement 

In his recent weekly interview, Colorado’s head coach mentioned,There’s a tremendous chance he could play (this week). It goes by how he looks, how he performs in practice… he has to be in shape,” signaling to a possible return of the team’s two-way star Travis Hunter. “I hope he can play,” said the coach. 


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Travis Hunter suffered a severe liver injury after Henry Blackburn’s late hit and was sidelined for a few weeks, dealing a significant blow to the Buffs. In Hunter’s absence, Colorado suffered back-to-back losses to Oregon and USC, both formidable rivals. With impressive stats this season, amassing 16 receptions for 233 yards, 9 tackles, and 2 pass breakups, his absence was sorely felt by the team. With his possible comeback, this Saturday NFL fans are gearing up for some steller Shedeur and Hunter magic!

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