The stories from the Oregon Ducks 42-6 beat down of the Colorado Buffaloes continue to come out, with the latest being that Buffaloes safety and head coach Deion Sanders' son, Shilo Sanders, was hospitalized after the game and was "peeing blood."
The exact injuries aren't known, but Sanders, who appeared on Well Off Media, a YouTube program, said, "I can't say I didn't play hard, I'm peeing blood right now."
After saying this, Shilo was asked if he was OK, and he said, "Nah, I made a tackle, and I landed on my kidney or something, bro, so I gotta go to the ER and get checked."
His father and head coach said he was "doing better," per On3.
"We went to the hospital right after we landed. He's doing much better. We're praying that he heals and he's playing this weekend. He's a valuable part of our secondary and our team defensively," Sanders also stated.
"(Shilo's) one of the voices on the defense, and he plays with a certain physicality that we desire, and we want, and he's given me daily updates, trust me, and I'm praying that he can play as a father as well as a coach," the Buffaloes head coach finished.
Throughout this week, a highlight video of the Ducks win over the Buffaloes surfaced on social media. In that video, we see Shilo doing some trash talk.
— Oregon Football (@oregonfootball) September 26, 2023
"I'll beat the f-k out of every one of y'all and your coach," Shilo said to some Oregon players. "Why y'all so little? We finna run through y'all ass."
Sanders did quite well against Oregon, landing six tackles and one defensive stop.
With Shilo headed to the hospital, this is the second Buffaloes defensive back to land there after Travis Hunter was sent after their win over Colorado State.
We'll see if Sanders suits up for Week 5 at home against the USC Trojans and quarterback Caleb Williams.
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