In a recent interview reflecting on his 4-8 debut, first-year Colorado head coach Deion Sanders said he wishes he had "more privacy" as he navigated the highs and lows of building the Buffaloes into a contender...
"You always wish that you had a little more privacy," Sanders told People.com. "But the same thing that makes you shine will show your blemishes. So, you've got to take the good with the bad. You can't just want everyone there when the hype machine is rolling, you have to understand there's another side to this."
"It was a whirlwind early on, then it calmed down to a halt," Sanders said. "It was tough because I've never lost pretty much in life, and in the last several years of my life, 10 years, decade, I'm a darn winner, so dealing with losses was tough."
Still though, Deion is appreciative of the ride. Concluding, "No, we didn't win as many games as we desired, but if there are no valleys, we wouldn't enjoy the peaks."
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