"Somebody" may yet be correct. Still Deion's first year. I'll give him the 2 or 3 years I think every coach deserves, even if his mouth is outrunning his team so far. In 2020 (Covid), his first year at Jackson State, he was 4–3, 3–2.O Really wrote: ↑Sat Nov 18, 2023 12:47 amSomebody, and it might have been me, said:Somebody might like to reconsider.Not everybody is going to like a braggart like Neon Deion, but he is what he is, and has been since getting to FSU. Difference though in a "sham" like the article painted is that he has delivered on his boasts everywhere he's been.
14-56, humiliatingVrede too wrote: ↑Fri Nov 17, 2023 3:34 pm9:00 PM ESPN2
South Florida > @UTSA (-15.5). A loss won't count in my tally.
Good thing, 21-49
10:30 PM FS1
Colorado (4-6) > @Washington State (4-6, -4.0)
I like CO and I applaud WSU's loyalty. This game will end one team's Bowl hopes . CO is likely to lose next week @22 Utah. However, WSU is certain to lose @5 WA. So, go Buffaloes.
Not looking good halfway through the 3rd, 7-42. Ohhh, Deion Probably neither team gets a Bowl
EDIT: Task #1 is beef up the O-line.
0-1 this week.Colorado QB Sanders forced off with apparent injury vs. WSU
Colorado quarterback Shedeur Sanders exited in the second quarter of the Buffaloes' 56-14 loss to Washington State after suffering an apparent arm or wrist injury.
Sanders was initially hurt on the Buffaloes' second series of the game on a play where he was sacked and fumbled before Brennan Jackson returned it 40 yards for a WSU touchdown. The injury sidelined him for the next series, but he returned for the following one -- a three-play touchdown drive, capped by a 45-yard strike to Travis Hunter.
Sanders played two more series but was slow to get up after getting sacked on third down and was replaced again by backup Ryan Staub. He did not return to the game....
Shedeur Sanders came into the game as the most sacked quarterback in the country (48), and the combination of a porous offensive line and his tendency to hang on to the ball were problematic again. He was sacked four times in the first quarter and Staub was sacked once after coming in....