WATCH: Deion Sanders challenges players as Colorado faces uphill climb towards bowl eligibility

Colorado is 4-3 entering its bye week under first-year coach Deion Sanders, which is a significant improvement from a 1-11 season in 2022. 

Nonetheless, three losses in four weeks to begin Pac-12 play following a 3-0 start may leave the Buffaloes dissatisfied.

 Colorado most recently lost a 29-0 halftime lead in a double-overtime defeat to Stanford, prompting Sanders

to urge his players to move on during the bye week as they seek an upset or two in the season's final stretch. 

 Colorado's first defeat was a 42-6 thrashing at the hands of Oregon, followed by a narrow defeat at the hands of Caleb Williams and USC.

"I'm proud of what we've accomplished thus far," Sanders said to the players during practice. "We feel that we should be doing a lot better.

 I know you believe we should be further along. I know you do, and I do, too. We are aware of the situation. 

 If we give up one that we're meant to win, we'll have to take one that they think we're not going to win. So let's just take one and get back to where we need to be. 

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