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Deion Sanders is officially a head coach of Colorado. According to Brian Howell of Buffzone, Sanders' deal with Colorado is five years for $29.5 million... (The Spun)
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Smart move by Colorado. I’m interested to see if he can compete/coach against the top power 5 teams with equal to better talent(once he brings in some highly ranked guys). I still don’t know if he’s a good coach or if he was successful at JSU simply bc he had high ranking recruits playing for him against lower ranked players.
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Just my thoughts:

This is a great deal for Colorado. They were dead and gone and Prime will get kids on campus and bring exposure to the program. It's not an overly long time and a crippling amount of money. Good deal for both parties imo.
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Well said.
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This is a great deal for Colorado. They were dead and gone and Prime will get kids on campus and bring exposure to the program. It's not an overly long time and a crippling amount of money. Good deal for both parties imo.
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Great Hire
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This is a great deal for Colorado. They were dead and gone and Prime will get kids on campus and bring exposure to the program. It's not an overly long time and a crippling amount of money. Good deal for both parties imo.
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Haha...is there an echo in here? Shhh...there it is again.
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Hell, he may keep the Pac-12 afloat.
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This is a great deal for Colorado. They were dead and gone and Prime will get kids on campus and bring exposure to the program. It's not an overly long time and a crippling amount of money. Good deal for both parties imo.
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You can say that again
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This is a great deal for Colorado. They were dead and gone and Prime will get kids on campus and bring exposure to the program. It's not an overly long time and a crippling amount of money. Good deal for both parties imo.
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This is a great deal for Colorado. They were dead and gone and Prime will get kids on campus and bring exposure to the program. It's not an overly long time and a crippling amount of money. Good deal for both parties imo.
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All you boys forego the big schools to support the HBCU's and your race. You need to be black, and come here. But... I'm gone to the highest bidder.
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It's about time we stop talking about race. We've all been the other 4 races on earth here in previous lives. Stop being hypocrites.
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That's not aimed at you Hangit.
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That's why there is a transfer portal
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Damn UCO flushed with Benji's making it rain...I wonder what the other head coach(es) of Colorado is making.
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thats a good hire... brings attention to the program... he will get some players there..
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He needs a DC, right? Be glad to donate to that fund if he hires a certain Hammond native.
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I saw a clip of the university saying they don’t have the money, yet lol.
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I think it’s a smart move by Colorado. Brings attention to a forgotten program, why not take a flyer on Deion? I can promise you this that program will continue to be in shambles without a gutsy and potentially w reckless roll of the dice like this. Nothing to lose.
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Wow, Auburn got Freeze for $6.5/yr. Would love to know who Colorado outbid.
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These salaries are a joke.
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They are. It's monopoly money for these athletic departments.
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Desperation
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Lol
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