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Deion Sanders ‘Proud’ Of Colorado’s Comeback Effort Against USC


Deion Sanders, the coach of the Colorado Buffaloes, began his news conference on Saturday with some gloomy humor.

In front of a sold-out crowd at Folsom Field that included stars from the sports and entertainment industries, Colorado lost to No. 8 USC, losing 48-41. The Buffaloes, led by quarterback Shedeur Sanders, outgained coach Lincoln Riley’s offense 564-498 as they defeated the Trojans 27-14 in the second half and 14-0 in the fourth quarter.

Although neither Shedeur nor Deion Sanders believe in moral triumphs (“I don’t know what that means,” Shedeur remarked), Colorado’s impressive second half performance against the Trojans and reigning Heisman Trophy winner Caleb Williams continued to raise hopes and expectations for a team that had a dismal 2022 season record of 1-11.

The Buffaloes seemed set for another reality check against a Pac-12 powerhouse following a 42-6 setback at Oregon last week in which they were almost shut out. Williams, who finished with six and 403 yards, threw four touchdown passes as USC jumped out to a 34-7 lead. After Brenden Rice, who began his career with the Buffaloes, caught his second touchdown pass, Colorado was down 41–14 midway through the third quarter.

Omarion Miller, who set a Colorado rookie record with 196 receiving yards on nine grabs, assisted Shedeur Sanders in inspiring his squad.

Omarion is my man, Shedeur Sanders said as he corrected a few reporters and gave the right pronunciation of Miller’s name. He went for a lot of yards today. On fourth-and-5, Sanders connected with Miller for a 9-yard touchdown to get Colorado within two scores. This was early in the fourth quarter.

Miller, a four-star recruit according to ESPN, admitted that he “dreamed about” having a huge game versus USC despite not having a reception in Colorado’s first four games.

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