Colorado Buffaloes head coach Deion Sanders has accomplished a lot in his career both as a player and a coach, and now, he's added himself to the Guinness Book of World Records thanks to a record-breaking camp.
Deion Sanders already has a Hall of Fame resume. Now, he can add 'Guinness World Record holder' to the list.
On Sunday, the CU head coach set a notable mark while bringing more exposure to Colorado football.
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This past Sunday, the NFL Hall of Famer turned college football coach hosted an event at the indoor practice facility along with UCHealth. Here, they ran through football drills for children between the ages of seven and ten. The parents were welcome to participate, too.
The record Sanders and UCHealth set was the number of attendees for a football lesson. The previous record was 250 people. They had 280 people at this event, exceeding the previous amount by 30.
This football lesson was part of the "Ready, Set, CO" campaign by UCHealth. It aims to promote healthy living in Boulder and the surrounding areas.
Again, this is another goal met by Coach Prime. The school had record ticket and merchandise sales when he came to Colorado. The city of Boulder itself has also seen financial boosts, especially each Saturday when the Buffaloes play at home.
So far this season, College GameDay and Big Noon Kickoff have appeared at the school.
Colorado's football team won just one game last year; this year, they've won four. The team started 3-0 but is now 4-5.
They take on Arizona this Saturday with a chance to get back to .500.
Now, Coach Prime can add that he's part of the Guinness Book of World Records in addition to NFL Defensive Player of the Year, 6x All-Pro, 2x NFL 1990s All-Decade Team, Atlanta Falcons Ring of Honor, Jim Thorpe Award, and so much more.
The Buffaloes are coming off a home loss to Oregon State and will look to rebound against Arizona over the final few weeks o
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