Deion Sanders spends a record-breaking amount of money on football in Colorado. 

Deion Sanders is taking no chances heading into the 2024 college football season for Colorado, authorizing a school-record spending spree on assistant coaches. 

Sanders has revitalized the program since taking over last year, making his team a primetime TV attraction and re-energizing a dwindling fan base.  

However, the Buffaloes' offensive line issues caught up with them, as they lost eight of their final nine games, finishing worst in the Pac-12 with a 4-8 record. 

Big things are expected at Folsom Field this season, with Deion's son, Shedeur Sanders 

establishing himself as one of college football's best quarterbacks by 2023. 

Travis Hunter, a two-way phenom, has Heisman Trophy potential, and numerous new signings 

notably top tackle prospect Jordan Seaton, have addressed the team's apparent offensive line needs. 

And Sanders has spared no expense in filling his coaching ranks, assembling the most expensive staff in school history  

as he attempts to lead the program into contention for the expanded College Football Playoff next season - or at the very least a respectable bowl - when Colorado joins the Big 12 following the collapse of the Pac 12. 

According to BuffZone, the aggregate salary of Sanders' support staff will increase to $4.65 million next season, up from $4.59 million in 2023.  

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