The following is a list of the most recent and relevant articles. Colorado The trailed Colorado State by eight points in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s Rocky Mountain Showdown, quarterback Shedeur Sanders delivered a “Tom Brady”-like 98-yard game-tying drive capped with a two-point conversion to force overtime against the Rams.
Sanders led the Buffaloes in overtime to a win, adding fuel to the fire that he is a serious contender to take home the Heisman trophy. The Colorado signal caller’s latest performance prompted Fox color commentator and former Buffaloes quarterback Joel Klatt to say that Sanders was the “most clutch player” in college football.
“Against Colorado State, [Sanders] scored on his final three drives of regulation, field goal, field goal, touchdown,” Klatt said on The Joel Klatt Show. “Sanders led Colorado on three consecutive touchdown drives. Colorado was in a deficit for each of these drives. They [Buffaloes] We had to score touchdowns in order to beat Nebraska. The game was tight. …He’s the most clutch player in college football. He gave his all when it was needed. That’s what great players do,” Klatt said.
Sanders, the son of Colorado head coach Deion Sanders, threw for 348 yards on 38-of-47 passing with four touchdowns and one interception—his first of the season—in Saturday’s game. Sanders has thrown 1,251 yard and 10 touchdowns in three games so far this season.