Coach Deion Sanders believes that the Colorado Buffaloes are not an ATM for players looking to get rich. During a press conference, he emphasized that the main focus of the team should be on football and education, rather than money. He stated that business matters will be handled on the back end but that the team’s roster-building approach is all about attracting players who genuinely want to join and contribute to the program. Despite the team’s struggles, Sanders emphasized that their focus in the upcoming season will be on addressing Colorado’s depth and line of scrimmage issues without getting into bidding wars for talent. The Sanders effect has kept the program in the national spotlight, and after the season ends, recruiting will be a top priority for building a strong and committed team for years to come. On Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. ET, the Colorado Buffaloes will play against Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah.