Deion Sanders, the renowned Pro Football Hall of Famer, is generating significant buzz in the sports world as he leads the Colorado Buffaloes in a highly anticipated Pac-12 Conference matchup against the Oregon Ducks.
Sanders has taken charge of Colorado’s football program, and the Buffaloes have made an impressive start to the season with a 3-0 record, including victories over TCU, Nebraska, and Colorado State. This remarkable turnaround follows a challenging season last year when the Buffaloes managed to secure just one win.
Despite being one of the most prominent figures in college football, it appears that even Sanders isn’t immune to parking violations. Deion Sanders Jr., the oldest son of Coach Prime, shared a video on social media showing a parking ticket tucked under the windshield wiper of a white Lamborghini.
In the video, Sanders Jr. remarks, “Lamborghini Prime. I love to see it. They even gave him a ticket. They even gave my dad a ticket. Yeah, boys — crazy.” However, the video doesn’t provide details on the reason for the luxury car’s parking violation, and the specific fine amount remains unclear.
Aside from the parking incident, Sanders had an amusing encounter with a small rodent in his office on the Boulder campus, which he humorously referred to as a mouse. He expressed his discomfort with the situation and mentioned that help would be on the way to deal with the issue.
The upcoming matchup against Oregon presents a significant challenge for the Buffaloes, with the Ducks considered favorites. Oregon boasts star quarterback Bo Nix, while Colorado will have Heisman candidate Shedeur Sanders at quarterback.
Shedeur has had an impressive start to the season, passing for 1,251 yards and ten touchdowns in the first three games. However, he will be without his top target, wide receiver and defensive back Travis Hunter, who is sidelined due to injury.
The outcome of Saturday’s game will not only impact both teams’ College Football Playoff aspirations but could also influence the draft positioning of the quarterbacks, Bo Nix and Shedeur Sanders, as they look to make their mark on the field.