‘Abundantly clear’ star Colorado transfer successfully transitioned to P5

‘Abundantly clear’ star Colorado transfer successfully transitioned to P5

Shedeur Sanders, a star Colorado football player and the son of Coach Prime, has demonstrated “abundantly clear” that he is capable of handling the increased competition from the SWAC (during his Jackson State days) to the Pac-12, according to Brian Schaible of BuffsBeat.

Schaible began by saying, “He’s not only meeting his FCS performance levels, he’s actually exceeding them.
For those questioning whether Shedeur could successfully transition from HBCU competition to one of the strongest Pac-12 seasons ever, the answer is abundantly clear. Shedeur has a 165.9 quarterback rating after five contests.

Sanders is a Pac-12 quarterback who Schaible predicted would perform on a par with many of his teammates, including Oregon’s Bo Nix, Washington’s Michael Penix, and USC’s Caleb Williams, who is currently the reigning Heisman winner, and finish the season in the running for the top honor in college football.

He’ll finish the season with more than 4,000 passing yards, 35+ touchdowns, and probably a trip to New York for the Heisman Trophy presentation, Schaible predicted.

Shedeur Sanders almost helped Colorado football upset USC in a moment that would go down in history.

Colorado football needed a big performance against USC to avoid suffering an even bigger loss in the eyes of the public after being humiliated 42-6 by Oregon.
They failed to deliver on that for the first three quarters.

Sanders then brought the Buffs within one point in the fourth after playing chicken with the Trojans at the spread.
CU actually had a chance to tie or take the lead on their final possession.

That was practically a miracle.
Sanders has been exceptional in the fourth quarter throughout the entire 2023 season, tossing for 582 passing yards and six touchdowns in the first five of those periods.

Sanders’ first season in Boulder had significant “prove-it” moments from the start, and that cannot be disputed.
He has already secured that part of his legacy.


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