The Colorado Buffaloes are 4-5 this season and 1-5 over their last six games, but perhaps their most fierce competition this season has been the University of Colorado campus police, which claimed its latest victim in Shedeur Sanders.
Recently, quarterback Shedeur Sanders, the son of head coach Deion Sanders, had his Rolls-Royce booted by the campus police.
Colorado Buffaloes QB Shedeur Sanders gets his Rolls-Royce booted by Colorado campus police. pic.twitter.com/hMeV6ZU7QI
— Daily Loud (@DailyLoud) November 10, 2023
This comes after his teammate, defensive back Cam'Ron Silmon-Craig, went on social media in October to bring light to the 52 tickets he received, which cost an estimated $3,000.
Colorado Football Players Face Parking Predicament Outside Training Facility @Young_Cam20 has recieved 52 tickets this year and has paid over 3000 dollars in fines to not have to park miles away. ?? Is it time for a change?#ParkingProblems #skobuffs pic.twitter.com/GXExhtMrF7
— NoSkoZone (@noskozone) October 24, 2023
Simon-Craig was also booted, as he mentioned in the clip above.
As the New York Post mentioned, his dad said the Rolls-Royce on a segment of Tom Brady's "Let's Go!" podcast.
"Tom, do you think a college kid needs a Phantom, like a Rolls-Royce?" Deion asked Brady.
"I think he needs to get his (butt) in the film room and spend as much time in there as possible," Brady responded.
In addition to Silmon-Craig and Sanders, two-way star Travis Hunter also mentioned parking tickets. These happened before their game against Oregon.
"It seems to be an ongoing problem on campus that needs to be fixed. We've had cars getting towed for parking near Folsom Field," an unnamed Colorado player told Buffs Beat in October.
The Buffaloes started 3-0, defeating TCU, Nebraska, and Colorado State. Since then, they're 1-5, only defeating Arizona State.
In Week 11 of the college football season, the Buffaloes will host the Arizona Wildcats.
Sanders is completing 69.4% of his passes for 2,881 yards, 24 touchdowns and three interceptions. He's been sacked a nation-leading 43 times. He also leads the FBS in pressures received at 174.
This game is taking place at home, so the Buffaloes must be alert regarding the Wildcats offense, which averages about 30 points per game (45th in the nation) and the campus police's policies.
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