With Deion Sanders going from Jackson State to Colorado, can he help the Buffaloes win a title?
In all the commotion with Deion Sanders coaching at Colorado now, many people have asked if he’s capable of winning a title there.
Sanders had major success in leading Jackson State to back-to-back SWAC titles in 2021 and 2022. Now, he’s made a major move to the Pac-12 conference and is taking 14 transfer players with him to Colorado. Before Sanders showed up, the Buffaloes had only 12 incoming transfers in 2021 and 2022 combined. Safe to say, Sanders is bringing his luggage to Colorado, including former top-ranked player in the 2022 recruiting class, Travis Hunter.
In my opinion, I really don’t see how it is possible for Sanders to win a title at Colorado. He may be getting better recruiting and more attention to the team, but let’s be real, he won’t be able to compete with other powerhouses in college football.
Anyone who is thinking Sanders can win a national championship is a fool and needs to wake up. Colorado went 1-11 last year, and you’re expecting Sanders to make that team a title contender in only five years? No way.
I could maybe see Colorado winning the Pac-12 in the five years that he is there, but a national championship is flat out stupid. You still have to be better than Michigan, Ohio State, Alabama, Clemson, Georgia and other all-time great programs. I think Oregon State has a better shot at winning the College Football National Championship than Sanders in Colorado.
I’m not hating on Sanders or the Buffaloes, I really just can’t see them winning a title. It just seems so out of this world.
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