BOULDER, COLORADO - DECEMBER 06: (L-R) CU Football Players Shilo Sanders, University of Colorado Head Football Coach Deion Sanders, CU Football players Shedeur Sanders and Deion Sanders Jr at the 2023 Sport Illustrated Sportsperson Of The Year Award at the CU Events Center December 06, 2023 in Boulder, Colorado.
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Deion Sanders Emotional After Sons Buy Him Outrageous Gift

Deion Sanders is coming off his first season as the Colorado Buffaloes' head football coach — and it appears he'll be in Colorado for the long haul after a recent purchase by his three sons.

Shilo, Shedeur and Deion Sanders Jr. came together and purchased a mansion for their dad, whom many know as Coach Prime.

"Ya'll are natural givers," Sanders said to his sons. "Ya'll three want to put it together so that ya'll make sure I'm straight when ya'll gone [from Colorado]. That's unbelievable, son. That almost provokes a tear."

In the clip above, you can see that the home features a stunning view of mountain ranges in Boulder. The home is not far from the University of Colorado campus. 

When he came to Colorado, Sanders reportedly signed a five-year deal worth $29.5 million, making him the 32nd-highest-paid coach in the sport at that time. 

In Sanders' first season leading the team, the Buffaloes went 4-8 — an improvement over their 1-11 record the previous year. 

The Buffaloes started the season 3-0 but went 1-8 from there, beating only Arizona State. Sanders' sons Shilo and Shedeur are on the team, playing safety and quarterback, respectively. 

As the starting quarterback, Shedeur was sacked close to 50 times and pressured nearly 200 times. This offseason, Sanders has worked to overhaul the offensive line to prevent his son from getting hit as much. Shedeur missed the final game of the season, against the Utah Utes, because of several injuries. 

The Buffaloes will enter the upcoming season as members of the Big 12, having left the Pac-12. They'll play teams including Nebraska, Baylor, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Kansas, Texas Tech and UCF as they look to build off their 4-8 record in 2023. 

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