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The University of Colorado football team's Friday night was made possible with only one tweet.

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After Saturday's SWAC championship game, ESPN's Pete Thamel reported that Deion Sanders would take over as the CU Buffs' head coach.

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It has been a week since the announcement that CU athletic director Rick George had extended the same job offer to the current football coach at Jackson State for Boulder.

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Coach Prime would receive more than $5 million annually from the Buffs if he relocated to Boulder, according to CBS 4's Justin Adams on Friday. This led to an increase in conversation about it.

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For a programme that has been struggling for a while, this would be an enormous stroke of good fortune. Mel Tucker abruptly quit the Buffs in February 2020.

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Karl Dorrell was hired by the team when they searched for a team player. The Buffs had a successful debut campaign.

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However, in 2021, particularly this season, they went worse. After the squad got out to a 0-5 start, George dismissed Dorrell and temporarily replaced him with Mike Sanford.

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But a resolution appears doable. The agreement makes Sanders the 28th full-time coach at CU. The most well-known and anticipated hire may be Sanders.

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A formal announcement is anticipated for late Saturday or early Sunday as the deal's specifics are ironed out.

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But one thing is certain: everyone will be staring towards Boulder and Prime Watch will be on after Saturday's game between Jackson State and Boulder is over.

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