BOULDER — Just when it seemed like the window was open for Shilo Sanders to ascend out of the cellar, an entirely new contestant entered his name into the record.
Deion Sanders’ ongoing power ranking of his own children reached all-time competitive heights during CU football’s 43-35, double-overtime win over rival Colorado State on Saturday night. Shilo, a senior safety, made quite possibly the two most important plays of regulation, returning an interception 80 yards for a touchdown and forcing a red-zone fumble while the Buffs were fighting to stay close in the third quarter.
In a recent viral post, Coach Prime had updated his rankings with Shilo sitting in last place out of five.
“He is moving up,” the CU coach acknowledged after a four-hour classic. “He is moving on up…
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