‘Arguably college football’s best player’ has demand for Colorado teammates

‘Arguably college football’s best player’ has demand for Colorado teammates

Colorado teammates are in high demand from the “arguably best player in college football.”.

Nick Ferguson of BuffsBeat said in response to No. 1 that Travis Hunter, arguably college football’s best player, finds it difficult to understand that his Colorado football teammates aren’t on his level of focus.
12’s endorsement of Coach Prime’s decision to bench him after the Week 7 Stanford disaster.

Hunter finds it challenging to understand why anyone wouldn’t take football seriously, according to Ferguson.
“The former top recruit in the country chose to follow Sanders to Colorado after joining him at Jackson State.
He wants all of his teammates to perform at his level because he’s arguably the best player in college football.
Following the Buffaloes’ loss to Stanford, Hunter suppressed his rage, but he is now prepared to bounce back stronger.

The Buffs displayed their most astounding lack of focus all season when they lost 46-43 in double overtime to Stanford after blowing a first-half lead.
Shedeur Sanders saved Colorado in double overtime when that apathy showed up in the Rocky Mountain Showdown against Colorado State.
Once more, it happened in Tempe against ASU, but kicker Alejandro Mata and some late-game heroics from Shedeur saved the day for the Buffs in yet another contest in which they were the favorites.

Hunter understood why Coach Prime was so hard on his team because that didn’t happen against Stanford.

On October 16, Hunter said, “Stuff like that makes you start second-guessing,” then added, “Do you love this game or do you just like it?
Do you like to play it because it’s fun?
And I get what he said right there, man.

With the Pac-12 buzzsaw at its back, Colorado football must reflect during the bye week.

The back end of the Colorado football Pac-12 schedule will be a veritable buzzsaw to finish the inaugural season of “Prime Time” in Boulder as five of CU’s final six opponents have been ranked this season.

The “gimme” victory of Stanford wasn’t handed out, and Arizona improved to the point where CU might be the underdog on November 11; therefore, the Buffs need to reflect deeply and emerge from it ready to demonstrate to Coach Prime and the rest of the world that they do love this game.

Because they do, but if CU loses in a similar manner once more, Deion Sanders and the media circus that follows him will have to address these issues.


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