December 7, 2023

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Deion Sanders’ Colorado suffered its first loss of the season to No. 10 Oregon State

Deion Sanders’ Colorado suffered its first loss of the season to No. 10 Oregon State

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Deion Sanders suffered his first defeat of the season as head coach of the Colorado Buffaloes.


the Deion Sanders– Commanded by No. 19 Colorado Buffaloes They suffered their first defeat of the season as they suffered a heavy 42-6 defeat to the 10th-seeded Oregon Ducks on Saturday in Eugene, Oregon.

Although the Ducks were 21-point favorites heading into the game, there was plenty of hype for “Prime coach“The Buffaloes are off to a 3-0 start to the season in his first year at the helm, after they finished last year with a 1-11 record.

Before the game, a video went viral on social media showing Colorado players stomping on the Oregon logo at midfield, with one star even stepping on it.

Oregon coach Dan Lanning, who has criticized Colorado since the preseason, ripped his opponent in a pregame speech to his players.

“The Cinderella story is over, man. They’re fighting for clicks, we’re fighting for wins. There’s a difference,” Lanning said. “This game won’t be played in Hollywood. “You will play on grass.”

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Quarterback Shedor Sanders of the Colorado Buffaloes walks off the field.

The pregame antics did not bode well for the Buffaloes as the Ducks scored early and often, taking a 35-0 lead into the first half.

“I’m not done yet. We’ve been calm, we’ve performed at a really high level, but we’re not there yet,” Lanning told the ABC at half-time. “We’re not satisfied. I hope all the people who have been watching every week will watch this week.

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Oregon State quarterback Bo Nix finished the game completing 28 of 33 pass attempts, while recording 276 receiving yards, with four total touchdowns and an interception in the victory.

“It’s good old-fashioned ass kicking,” Sanders told reporters after the game. “no excuses.”

“People all over the country will say, ‘This is what they need to humble themselves,'” he added. We weren’t arrogant or anything like that, we’re confident people.

“If our confidence offends your insecurities, that’s your problem, not ours.”

Colorado (3-1) will next play against No. 5 USC in Boulder on Sept. 30, while Oregon (4-0) will play on the road against Stanford.