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Deion and Shedeur Sanders have Colorado rolling toward bowl eligibility after taking over 1-11 team
The Colorado Buffaloes got back to work after a win over Arizona State where coach Deion Sanders described their play as “hot garbage.”
DENVER (AP) — Colorado coach Deion Sanders believes it’s high time his quarterback son earns a lucrative watch deal.
After all, Shedeur Sanders has made holding up his wrist adorned with a pricey timepiece a viral — and fashionable — trend. NFL players are even mimicking the gesture, with Las Vegas Raiders receiver Davante Adams displaying his watch entering the stadium Monday night. Music producer DJ Khaled is on board, too, calling the gesture “The Shedeur.”
“(Shedeur) can’t keep doing it for free,” Deion Sanders said Tuesday as the Buffaloes (4-2, 1-2 Pac-12) prepare to host Stanford (1-4, 0-3) on Friday night at sold-out Folsom Field. “He can’t keep doing it for nothing.”
Same with Sanders and his list of buzzwords. The team behind the charismatic coach has steadily been filing for trademarks on some of his catchier phrases, such as “We keep receipts.” Next on the list just may be “hot garbage,” which he used following the Buffaloes’ 27-24 win at Arizona State over the weekend where they needed a 43-yard field goal by Alejandro Mata with 12 seconds remaining.