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Deion Sanders and CU Buffs partnership could be a lot of things. Based on Sunday’s introduction, it sure won’t be boring.

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Deion Sanders, 55, joins the Buffs from Jackson State, where he posted a 27-5 record over three seasons. Sanders, athletic director Rick George and chancellor Philip DiStefano walked into the news conference to a rapturous ovation. Multiple sources indicated to The Post that the contract would be worth from $4.5 million to $5 million annually.
Published 2 months ago · Boulder, United States

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Deion Sanders and CU Buffs partnership could be a lot of things. Based on Sunday’s introduction, it sure won’t be boring.

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Deion Sanders and CU Buffs partnership could be a lot of things. Based on Sunday’s introduction, it sure won’t be boring.

Deion Sanders showed Sunday at CU that, when it comes to commanding an audience, even after losing two toes, the man hasn’t lost a step.

2 months ago
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Deion Sanders and CU Buffs partnership could be a lot of things. Based on Sunday’s introduction, it sure won’t be boring.

BOULDER — At 6-foot-3, Daniel Graham felt a little cramped and more than a little thrilled. “For a long time, we (Buffs) have not been on the same page,” the former CU, Broncos and Thomas Jefferson High School standout told The Post amid a standing-room-only crowd inside the Dal Ward Athletic Center for Deion Sanders’ introductory news conference Sunday as CU’s newest football coach. “And I feel like the last relevant team (here) was my senior y…

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