By Dan Benton, Larry Brown Sports: When Deion Sanders arrived on scene at Colorado, his first order of business was to deliver a ruthless message to his players. He pulled no punches and advised players to enter the transfer portal.
“It ain’t gonna be no more of a mess that these wonderful fans, the student body and some of your parents have put up with for probably two decades now,” Sanders said. “I’m coming. And when I get here, it’s gonna be changed.
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Edge rusher Carson Mott says Colorado head coach Deion Sanders has pulled his scholarship offer and he's now open to recruitment.
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