Deion Sanders really wants his players in Colorado to stop uttering a certain phrase.
Coach Prime is never been shy about the spotlight, especially since he took over head coaching duties in Colorado.
However, it hasn’t been all good for the hall of fame NFL player. Sanders lost a staggering 14 players to the transfer portal in one day, and in his personal life, his continued blood flow issues in his left leg could cause Coach Prime to lose his left foot.
During a Colorado team practice, via Well off Media, the new head coach went on a rant about players who say, “My bad” after making a mistake.
“I can’t stand that. ‘My bad.’ I know it’s your bad!” Sanders said. “Coaches hate that. Parents hate that. Don’t say ‘my bad’ because we know it’s your bad.”
When asked what he would prefer they say instead, he said they should just “shut up and just do it over.”
“Just do better,” he continued. “Just want better. Want more.”
Sanders went on to say that in the real world you don’t get too many “my bad” opportunities, saying that instead you lose your job.
Sanders is now the man in Colorado that has given the program hope. The Buffs haven’t had a winning record during a full season since 2016. Their last Bowl win came back in 2004 as they are currently on a 4-bowl losing streak.
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