Colorado’s issues ‘might take another offseason or two’ to reach Coach Prime’s standards

Colorado’s issues ‘might take another offseason or two’ to reach Coach Prime’s standards

To meet Coach Prime’s expectations, Colorado’s problems “might take another offseason or two.”.

For those hoping for a quick turnaround for the Colorado football team after a season with bowl ineligibility turned into a season that may only see four wins, BuffZone’s Brian Howell has the worst news possible for you: it may take an offseason or two for Coach Prime’s standard to be met.

Howell began, “In the wake of Friday night’s disastrous meltdown against Stanford, Colorado head coach Deion Sanders spoke of issues that may not be so easy to fix.
Issues that might take another offseason – or two – to correct for the Buffaloes to meet Sanders’ high standard.

The Deion Sanders standard is still far from being met, as Coach Prime noted in his postgame remarks following Stanford’s stunning double-overtime victory.

Sanders said on October 13 following the 46-43 victory at Folsom Field, “What I just said in the locker room to the team is they gotta make up their mind, are they in love with this game or are they in like with it?
Because when you love something you give to it unconditionally, you give all that you’ve got to it.
But when you like it, all you have to do is press a button, and it turns on a like light.
On social media, they act in this way.

There might not be two offseasons for Colorado football to turn things around.

After shining in Coach Prime’s debut during a 45-42 instant classic against TCU and thrashing Nebraska 36-14 in Week 2 in Sanders’ first appearance in Boulder, Colorado did themselves no favors by setting such high expectations because every week since, with the exception of a USC matchup they lost by “only,” seven, they have disappointed to some extent.

The Buffs were expected to be able to handle Colorado State after those first two games, but they were unable to do so.
It was predicted that CU would defeat ASU on the road, but the outcome ultimately rested on a game-winning field goal.
Following a confidence-boosting victory over Stanford, Colorado was supposed to enter the bye week on a high.
But, um…

By now, you realize that the storyline for this season is completely disjointed.
However, if Sanders and company repeat their success the following season, there might not be a third offseason.
in Boulder to create a victor.


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