If there’s one thing Deion Sanders can do (and do well), it’s take advantage of opportunity.
This prime-time spin begins with a thump heard ‘across the state. Colorado State University head coach Jay Norvell took direct aim at University of Colorado Boulder head coach Sanders and his interview etiquette on Thursday.
“I don’t care if they hear it in Boulder […] When I talk to adults, I take off my hat and glasses,” Norvell said. “That’s what my mother taught me.”
At the Buffs’ Thursday practice, Sanders called the comments “bull junk”, and said Norvell gave CU “ammunition” before Saturday’s tilt. Video captured by Well of Media Showed Coach Prime’s speech to his players.
“It was going to be a good game,” he said. “But they messed up and made it personal.”
Norvell’s shadow gives Sanders the perfect opportunity to promote their new collaboration Blenders Eyewear,
head coach on friday gave a gift to each of his players A pair of their Prime 21 shades. He too gave sunglasses For the cast of ESPN’s “First Take”, who are in Boulder for the Rocky Mountain Showdown.
buffs are even fans are asking To wear your sunglasses and hat to Saturday’s game, despite it being an 8 p.m. kickoff.
Scripps News Denver reached out to the Rams to see if Norvell has an answer to Sanders’ counter-punch.
This story was originally published by Sidney Isenberg Scripps News Denver,