Deion Sanders finally blames himself for bad coaching at Colorado
Deion Sanders and Colorado enjoyed a strong start to the season, winning three straight games against TCU, Nebraska, and Colorado State.
The Buffaloes were the biggest surprise in collegiate football at the time.
The free decline, however, began with a brutal 42-6 loss to Oregon. Following the Ducks game, Colorado lost to USC, won against Arizona State, but the crushing blow came when Stanford blew a 29-0 halftime lead.
The problem has worsened as Coach Prime and his team were defeated 26-19 at home by Oregon State.
For the first time in a long time, the former Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers great accepted responsibility for what is happening.
"This is difficult. It's difficult because you know you're capable of performing better. On my behalf, I'll be playing better, performing better, calling better games, and teaching better.
When you have enough to get the work done, you are running out of time. It's excruciating. It's bad for me, the team, and all the coaches and supporters.
"That aim appeared within reach at the start of the season, courtesy to four wins in their first six games. Colorado's situation has become considerably more complex with a 4-5 record.
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