Colorado football: Deion Sanders eyes College Football Playoff

Colorado football coach Deion Sanders, widely known as Coach Prime, stated Tuesday that he still believes the Buffaloes will qualify for the College Football Playoff in 2024.

When asked by Skip Bayless if he was "sticking by" his prediction that Colorado would make it into the expanded 12-team postseason next season, Sanders responded yes.

"Yes, most sure. Shoot, I believe, guy. I don't only wear this on my shirt and chest. 

. I genuinely feel that what we have in-house — last year, Key [shawn Johnson] watched all of these games; we were seven points away from a plethora of wins, most likely seven or eight more. 

"We had our buttocks kicked twice. We got our buttocks brutally kicked twice. There was no victory. 

When we walked in, the scoreboard read 30. We could have won several of those games, though. 

We might have been a bowl team, for sure, but we could also have made a lot of noise. 

We generated noise, and now we're going to make more sounds."

After quickly establishing Jackson State as an HBCU powerhouse, Sanders took over a Colorado football program that had gone 1-11 the previous year. 

Sanders led the Buffs to a 4-8 record in his first season, beginning with three consecutive wins, including a 45-42 road victory over CFP finalists TCU.

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