Deion Sanders hypes up Colorado before Nebraska game with 'personal' speech
Deion Sanders went viral for his first pregame speech. It’s no surprise his second pregame speech has done the exact same thing.
Prior to Colorado’s game against Nebraska last Saturday — a rivalry matchup that Sanders talked up all week as a “personal” affair — the CU head coach once again played up the disrespect angle in front of his team.
The Buffs made headlines after the game by saying Nebraska coach Matt Rhule disrespected Sanders. Sanders told his team in the locker room before the game that outsiders disrespected them, too.
“The reason it’s so personal to me is because they said something about my kids,” Sanders said. “You think I’m gonna let them talk about y’all and it ain’t gonna be personal? You think I’m gonna let them doubt y’all and it ain’t gonna be personal? You think I’m gonna let them naysay y’all and it ain’t gonna get personal? You think I’m gonna let them say all the stuff that they said? That we don’t have what we proved we had, and even when we proved that we had it, they said it wasn’t real.
“I respect their head coach a lot, but it’s too late because it’s…”
And Sanders let his team finish that statement.
“Today, it ain’t no regular game,” Sanders said. “See y’all don’t just want to win. When it’s personal, I want to dominate.”
You can see the pregame speech below, from Deion Sanders Jr. The locker room moment begins around the 9:10 mark.