Colorado Buffaloes’ head coach Deion Sanders decided to sleep in his office overnight ahead of the club’s home opener against the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
Speaking to the “Big Noon Kickoff” staff on FOX Sports before kickoff at Folsom Field, the Pro Football Hall of Famer explained his decision to sleep at his office.
“I slept in my office, “Sanders said. “I wanted to wake up and see the stadium…I wanted to wake up and feel it…see the transformation.”
Judging by how prepared his team was, Sanders must have gotten a good night’s sleep. His Buffaloes were more than ready for the longtime rivals, as the Buffaloes cruised to a 36-14 victory in their home opener.
This statement win came just seven days after the Buffaloes upset the TCU Horned Frogs 45-42 on the road. With the win, the Buffaloes have already topped last year’s win total.
So far, so good with Prime Time taking over as head coach for the long-struggling football program. The Buffaloes will now try to improve to 3-0 on the year when they welcome the Colorado State Rams next Saturday.
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