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Davante Adams Commends Coach Deion Sanders’ Success At Colorado


Coach Deion Sanders of the University of Colorado’s football team and the way things are done in Boulder, Colorado, have received a lot of attention.

Many individuals believed Sanders lacked the necessary skills to transform a whole football program prior to the start of the collegiate football season. The Buffalos, on the other hand, have a perfect record, are second in the Pacific-12 Conference standings, and are ranked 19th in the NCAA football top 25.

Star wide receiver Davante Adams had the chance to address the media before the Raiders take on the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night. He discussed Deion Sanders’ accomplishments at Colorado.

“Look man, I’m all for it. I love it, I love to see it,” Adams said. “I love the untraditional approach. It’s a weird dynamic, and I’ve thought about this for a minute just because he’s a real old school type cat, but he’s bringing like a crazy clash of like new school and old school together — putting Instagram handles on their jerseys.

Clearly, I mean, you see the way that he commands his team, and you see the way that they are out there, it’s like a show. So, I mean, I know I enjoy watching it, I’m not missing it, I don’t care what’s on TV. If the Colorado Buffaloes are playing right now, I want to see [Lil] Wayne and Lil Uzi on the sideline and whoever else is next, too.

It’s fun and I like to see it a little different. If you can bring it, at the end of the day winning is going to take care of everything. So, if they keep doing that they can be as flashy and as cool as they want to, showing off the AP’s and all that. I love it.”

Adams will face the Pittsburgh Steelers for the fourth time in his career this coming Sunday. In his three career contests versus the Steelers, he has 13 receptions for 161 yards and one touchdown.

The Silver and Black play the Pittsburgh Steelers at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday, September 24, at 8:20 p.m. EDT/5:20 p.m. PDT.

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