Deion Sanders on Colorado's loss to Stanford: 'This Is a Little Tough for Me'

After the Colorado Buffaloes lost a 29-point lead and fell to the Stanford Cardinal in double OT on Friday night, head coach Deion Sanders was at a loss for words. 

"I don't remember ever being up 29-0 and losing a football game," Sanders told reporters after the game. "No, I don't. This is a little difficult for me." 

The Buffaloes held the Cardinal scoreless in the first half before allowing touchdown drives on each of Stanford's subsequent possessions.  

Colorado took an early lead in overtime when Shedeur Sanders fired a four-yard touchdown pass to Javon Antonio, 

but Cardinal quarterback Ashton Daniels responded with a 30-yard touchdown throw to Elic Ayomanor. 

The Buffaloes' chances were dashed in the second overtime when Sanders threw an interception in the end zone.  

Cardinal kicker Joshua Karty, who tied the game at the end of regulation to force overtime, then made a 31-yard field goal to complete the historic comeback win. 

It was the greatest blown lead in program history for Colorado, topping the 28-point lead squandered against Kansas during  

the 2010 season. Despite a large lead at halftime, Sanders felt his players lacked a sense of urgency. 

"I told them about the old adage that it's 0-0, but that's not true. "It's 29-nothing, not 0-0," Sanders explained.  

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