Deion Sanders, once a powerhouse on the NFL field, is currently experiencing a rebirth in the college ranks. After stepping in as the head coach for the Colorado Buffaloes, Sanders, fondly dubbed the 'Colorado Godfather', is creating waves and grabbing headlines.
With back-to-back resounding victories, the Buffaloes have already surpassed their win tally from the previous season. Their latest accomplishment, a comprehensive victory over Nebraska, has transformed the staunchest skeptics into Sanders' admirers.
Given this backdrop, it's little wonder the Steeler Nation is making overtures to "Prime Time".
Purdy Silences Peterson
The Pittsburgh Steelers' clash with the San Francisco 49ers has been the talk of the town, primarily due to the audacious claims of cornerback Patrick Peterson.
Peterson confidently predicted intercepting passes from the 49ers' stellar QB, Brock Purdy. However, as the dust settled on the field, the 49ers emerged victorious, delivering the Steelers a stinging 30-7 defeat - their most dismal home performance since 2006.
Purdy, the 23-year-old dynamo, tossed two touchdowns to wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk, outsmarting the veteran cornerback. After the match, a sea of fans took to social media platforms to vent their anguish. The focus quickly turned to a recent post by Coach Prime on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.
Sanders shared an awe-inspiring image of CU's home ground, set against the majestic backdrop of a towering mountain range, taken during the Nebraska face-off. This visual treat not only showcased the fervor of Buffaloes' fans but also the unrivaled beauty of Colorado's landscapes.
The post went viral, with countless fans expressing their admiration. However, amid the flood of comments, a particular message stood out. A disheartened Steelers enthusiast penned, "Please come to Pittsburgh and coach the Steelers.
Bring Shedeur too. The sentiment was clear: Pittsburgh craves the magic Sanders is weaving at CU. Speaking of magic, Sanders' prodigious son, Shedeur, displayed another masterclass, completing 32 of his 42 attempted passes, accumulating 393 yards. He capped off his performance with two passing touchdowns and an exhilarating rushing touchdown.