Shedeur Sanders can’t take the close losses anymore at Colorado.

The Buffaloes lost another close game to Arizona on Saturday 34-31 on a walk-off field goal. The Wildcats started on their own 26 and drove down the field on the final drive.

Sanders finished with 262 yards passing with 3 total touchdowns as the Buffs lost their sixth game in the last seven outings. Five of those seven games have been decided by seven points or less.

“It’s definitely frustrating,” Sanders said after Saturday’s game. “You can’t really go in a dark hole and go in a dark tunnel when you’re having a season like this because nothing will ever be perfect in life. You’ve gotta take the good, you’ve gotta take the bad. That’s what I take from all this.”

Sanders believes the team needs to be consistent in order to have more success on gamedays. He’s just tired of talking about moral victories instead of actual ones.

“Keep being consistent, keep playing the game, keep doing my job, keep doing everything we can do to be able to have success,” said Sanders. “And it’s going to finally click. But I’m definitely tired of those conversations.”

Colorado closes out the year with Washington State and Utah. The Buffaloes face the Cougars Friday at 7:30 p.m. PT on FS1.