After Oregon’s disappointing loss, Shedeur Sanders Drastically Loses $700,000 In NIL Valuation.

After Oregon’s disappointing loss, Shedeur Sanders Drastically Loses $700,000 In NIL Valuation.

In week four against the Oregon Ducks, the Colorado Buffaloes suffered their first defeat of the campaign. Bo Nix was able to get back-to-back first downs without any help from the defense, and even Shedeur Sanders had trouble scoring. And as a result of that severe loss, Shedeur’s NIL valuation fell by $700,000.

It was a significant setback for the Buffs because Shedeur’s expectations for a Heisman-caliber campaign plummeted.
Although the porous offensive line played a significant role in his poor performance, the quarterback was also greatly affected. Shedeur was unable to gain first downs and was only able to complete one touchdown pass in the fourth quarter of the game.

The valuation of Deion Sanders’ son is zero, costing him $700,000.

Shedeur had a $5.2 million NIL valuation at the time of his game against the Oregon Ducks, which was an all-time high.
His valuation increased by $1.1 million in just one week thanks to his thrilling overtime victory over Colorado State. However, Deion Sanders’ 21-year-old son had just $1.33 million in his NIL bag to begin the season.

Shedeur’s valuation experienced a significant decline of nearly $700,000 ($699,000 to be exact) days after his 42-6 defeat by Dan Lanning’s team.
His current NIL valuation is $4.5 million, which remains the highest in college football.
Bo Nix, a five-star Oregon quarterback, is valued at NIL at $1 Point One Million.

Surprisingly, Bo Nix’s NIL valuation decreased by $195,000 despite a decisive victory over Coach Prime’s Colorado.
Travis Hunter, who was injured, received a $160,000 reduction for playing in his game against Oregon.
According to On3, Hunter is still the sixth most valuable student-athlete in the NIL 100 rankings.

Sanders’s Heisman odds are now down by +4,200 points.

After the Buffs won three straight games, Shedeur Sanders was among the Heisman front-runners.
Before his Oregon game, his Heisman odds were +1,800 according to Odds Shark.
On some occasions, he shared the Heisman Trophy nomination with Caleb Williams, a star in college football.
Though his odds decreased to +6,000 following his disappointing week 4 defeat.

On the other hand, after the game, Bo Nix’s odds increased from +2,500 to +1,000.
Despite the fact that the season has eight more weeks left, the Heisman race is still very much in play.
Bo Nix may outperform Shedeur in the elite race, or Shedeur may once more get everyone on his hype train.


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