In his speech, Oregon’s Dan Lanning disparages Deion Sanders, saying, “They’re fighting for clicks.”.

In his speech, Oregon’s Dan Lanning disparages Deion Sanders, saying, “They’re fighting for clicks.”.

During his pregame address to his team on Saturday afternoon at Autzen Stadium, Oregon head football coach Dan Lanning disparaged Colorado head coach Deion Sanders.
The Ducks went on to win 42-6.

After Colorado’s Buffaloes defeated TCU, Nebraska, and Colorado State to open the season, Sanders’ brash demeanor and Colorado’s dramatic transformation have attracted what seems like an endless stream of headlines.


Lanning instructed his group, “Today, we talk with our pads.”.
“You speak while wearing your helmet.
each moment.
Man, the end of the Cinderella tale has come.
They are competing for clicks, while we are competing for victories.
There’s a distinction. This game will take place outside on the grass rather than in Hollywood.

Manning naturally said the line in front of the cameras, and the video quickly went viral on social media… with lots of clicks.

But the Ducks quickly built a 28-0 lead, suggesting that the speech appeared to be effective.

Before the game, several Colorado players were caught on camera trampling on Oregon’s logo on the field.

Dan Lanning, the head coach, appeared to criticize Deion Sanders a bit.
Before Oregon’s Sept.
2 match against Colorado, coach Dan Lanning addresses his team. 23.

Due to Sanders’ radical alteration of the team’s expectations in his first season as head coach, Colorado has been the biggest story in college football.

Sanders overhauled nearly the entire roster after the team managed just one victory the previous season and was open about the team’s intentions to challenge the top teams in college football.

There has certainly been conflict between Sanders and other coaches before.

Deion Sanders has so far been the focus of the biggest college football story.

Rams coach Jay Norvell stated, “When I talk to adults, I take my hat off and my glasses off, that’s what my mother taught me,” prior to last week’s game against rival Colorado State.

Sanders, whose signature look frequently includes a hat and sunglasses, was the target of the obvious jab.

Later, Sanders claimed that the remarks had “personalized” the contest.

The previous week, Sanders’ star quarterback son Shedeur lambasted Nebraska coach Matt Rhule for showing “extreme disrespect.”.


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