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Colorado Welcomes Deion Sanders

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Colorado officially introduced new head coach Deion Sanders who fired up a crowd of alumni, boosters, former players and other VIPs celebrating his hire, and delivered a motivational speech to fuel the fanbase.

Sanders vowed to turnaround a struggling Buffaloes team and bring them back to prominence after going 27-5 in three seasons at Jackson State.

“I have the best coaching staff assembled, some of the best scouts, some of the best kids that we’re recruiting, some already coming on the way as I speak,” Sanders said during the press conference (h/t ESPN)

“And now that I’ve gotten here, I see it, and understand it, and I can grasp it and I can touch it, I can feel it, I can taste it. I truly understand what you want — all you want is the opportunity to win. To compete. To dominate. To be amongst the elite. To be amongst the best.

“And darn it, I’m gonna give you that.”

Sanders also reminded the crowd that “I have work to finish in Jackson, Mississippi.”

Sanders said he will coach the unbeaten Tigers in the Celebration Bowl on December 17th, and then he can turn his full attention to the Buffaloes.

“Simultaneously, like I played baseball and football, I can multitask and I can focus,” Sanders said. “This is my job and my occupation and my business and my dream to bring you back to where you know you should belong.”

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