As the old saying goes, “When it rains, it pours.” That has been the case for Colorado football, which was the toast of college football just a matter of weeks ago after the Buffs rolled out to a 3-0 start and a No. 18 ranking.
Since then Colorado has gone 1-5, including a 46-43 overtime loss to Stanford after having the Cardinal down 29-0 at halftime. There is some serious talent across the skill positions of the CU roster, but until the Buffs catch up along the line of scrimmage, they won’t be able to compete with the best teams in the country.
Playing a tough schedule and losing five of their last six games has started to affect the team too, as earlier this week, Colorado head coach Deion Sanders said that there have been some fights break out at practice, which Deion says “is a great thing.”
But it’s not just the on-field issues that have been frustrating for Colorado as of late, but also the stuff happening off the field.
Colorado quarterback Shedeur Sanders reportedly received a ticket and had a wheel clamp placed on his Rolls-Royce in a campus parking lot this week, which has become quite an issue for Colorado players.
According to Josh Tolle of Buffs Beat, at least eight players have had their vehicles towed for parking near the practice facility in Boulder.
Colorado will host No. 21 Arizona this Saturday for Senior Day, with kickoff scheduled for 1:00 p.m. CT.