Coach Prime's Colorado football roster-building failed.

Coach Prime’s Colorado football roster-building approach, which is almost solely focused on the transfer portal after recruiting only five high school prospects during Early recruiting Day, was referred to as a “recipe for disaster” by Mike Farrell, who is representative of the Mike Farrell Sports brand.

Farrell began his statement by stating, “It’s just not going to work for Deion Sanders at Colorado football,” and then went on to say, “Call me what you want and cry if you will, but this isn’t the way to build a program in Colorado football.”

If you rely on the gateway rather than establishing culture from the ground up, you are setting yourself up for failure.

I am aware of the statements that will be made by those who are defending Deion.

Colorado football has entered a new era with the introduction of the transfer site and NIL, and Coach Prime is behaving in a manner that is in line with his own personal preferences despite this new circumstance.

In spite of the fact that everything is fine and dandy, it is a significant mistake to sign five high school pupils who will be attending the class of 2024.

Due to the fact that Deion already has 16 commits on the portal for this cycle, which is a huge increase from the 51 he had the previous year, this is simply the lazy technique of forming a roster.

After a season in which they finished with a record of 1-11, it is clear that there was not a lot of talent left.

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