By Nick Kosko, On3 Sports: Deion Sanders said he and his Colorado staff don’t have to sell the city of Boulder and the campus to recruits.
For a program that went 1-11 last season and has to compete with West Coast schools in the Pac-12, Sanders was confident in his recruiting pitch. He said the city spoke for itself.
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