Colorado University's football head coach plans to bring prime time to the Rocky Mountain state. After a perfect 12-0 season with Jackson State University, Deion Sanders expect to patch up holes on the Colorado roster and build the team from the ground up.

"I’m coming, and when I get here, it’s gonna be changed. So I want y’all to get ready to go ahead and jump in that portal and do whatever you’re gonna do because the more of you jump in, the more room you make,” coach Sanders stated, as met with players that remained on the Colorado football team, over the weekend.

Sanders wasted no time in making his point clear, he wanted to win and expressed the immediate changes he would bring to the program.

“It ain’t gonna be no more of a mess that these wonderful fans, the student body, and some of your parents have put up with for probably two decades now," said the two-time Superbowl champion. Sanders added “We got a few positions already taken care of because I’m bringing my luggage with me and it’s Louis.”

The two-time South Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) champion is bringing his son along to the Pac-12 as well. Jackson State's quarterback, and coach's son, Shedeur Sanders' tremendous success last season will lend a hand in turning a new leaf for the Colorado football program in 2023.

Before taking on head coach responsibilities in Colorado, Sanders joined Jackson State in 2020 and led the Tigers to back-to-back conference titles. Sanders plans on recruiting not just high-end high school talent, but also player's looking to join the "prime time" success train in the transfer portal.

Deion Sanders nicknamed "Prime Time", is a Pro Football Hall of Fame and College Football Hall of Fame inductee, who played 14 seasons in the National Football League and then was a leading NFL broadcaster. Sanders won two Super Bowl titles, one with the San Fransisco 49ers, and the other with the Dallas Cowboys. He also was a professional baseball outfielder for nine seasons in Major League Baseball. He made one World Series appearance, with the Yankees, making him the only athlete to ever play in a Super Bowl and World Series.

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