Deion Sanders isn't worried about Colorado football's poor finish 

Salt Lake City Deion Sanders' first season at Colorado ended with a 23-17 loss at Utah, a six-game losing streak, and his quarterback son Shedeur out with injury.  

The situation could have been worse. Despite injuries and flu-like symptoms, the Buffaloes hung in there until Utah (8-4) took over with 7:25 left and ran out the time with 12 plays.

Coach Sanders continued to forecast big things for Colorado in Year Two after the Buffs' fifth loss by seven points or less.  

Sanders said, “We getting ready to start cookin’” afterward.  “We're ready to pick up that grocery and do it right.   

You know our needs. Everyone knows what we need. We'll obtain what we need because you know.”  

The Buffs went 4-8, losing to teams that won the regular season. The Buffs were called the biggest story in sports after finishing 1-11 in 2022, and their six-game losing streak was quite a comedown after opening the season 

A breakdown on the offensive line and the loss of their early-season confidence plagued them down the stretch,   

culminating in Saturday's loss before a sellout crowd of 51,595 at Rice-Eccles Stadium.  

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