Deion Sanders brutally BLAST’ NFL for late-night games

Deion Sanders brutally BLAST’ NFL for late-night games

Stupidest thing ever, Deion Sanders thinks late-night games are not for him.

Deion Sanders, who never lacks for opinions, expressed dissatisfaction with how many late-night games his Colorado Buffaloes have played this season.

On Friday at 10 p.m., Colorado (4-2, 1-2 Pac 12) will host the Stanford Cardinal (1-4, 0-3) in another night game.
(8:00 p.m. m. Mountain).

During a crucial rivalry game, Deion Sanders seriously insulted a son.

Deion Sanders was sick and tired of Colorado’s “mediocrity.”.

Saturday’s proceedings will be handled by Deion Sanders and the Buffaloes.

The Pac-12 coach said Shedeur Sanders took sacks to improve his passing statistics.

Coach Prime referred to the 8 o’clock games as the “dumbest thing ever” on “Buffs PrimeTime” on Wednesday.
“Stupidest invention ever made.
For a darn game, who wants to stay up until eight o’clock?

Are people watching it?
What are we supposed to do with the kids from now until 8 o’clock?
What are we supposed to do in the hotel?
What about the East Coast — do they even care about ratings?

During the break between night games, host Mark Johnson asked Sanders if he could watch football, but Coach Prime shot back immediately.

Sanders jokingly asked, “Who’s playing on Friday?”.

Deion Sanders confesses the insult he directed at Shilo: “Putting your brother out there.”.

Week 3’s 43-35 double overtime victory by Colorado over Colorado State got underway at 8:21 p.m. m. Mountain Time, and the conclusion of that enduring work came at 12:25 a.m. m. — based on the school’s records, the longest game ever played.

The Buffaloes’ following late game is on November.
When they depart for Washington State for an 8:30 p.m. m.
Start of Mountain Time.

Three of Colorado’s games this season have had kickoff times at 10 a.m., and the team is coming off a tough road win over Arizona State on Saturday.
Montane Time.

Two of those three games they won.

As his Colorado program moves from the Pac-12, which is known for playing a lot of night games, to the Big 12 next season, Sanders won’t have to deal with as many late-night games.

On his radio program, Sanders remarked, “Thank God we won’t be at this conference.

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In addition to being a late game for Colorado, Friday the 13th, it will also be a notorious night.


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