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Shedeur Sanders is the fifth QB with the most touchdown passes in college football
It’s never a bad thing to have a little ego, but University of Colorado QB Shedeur Sanders It seems that when you wake up in the morning you bathe with water of self-love.
Conor McGregor already said it: “At the end of the day you have to feel some way. So, Why not feel unbeatable? Why not feel untouchable?“.
Buuuut, Shedeur Sanders blew the wall with his ego attack when I talk about it being a combination of two of the greatest quarterbacks of the NFL.
Shedeur Sanders, one of the best university QB’s and one of the most hated
Colorado is a place that has taken the spotlight of American football in the United States and not exactly because of the Broncos, who are doing terriblebut for his university team.
But, it’s not like the Buffaloes are doing very well in their season either. They belong to the Pac-12 Conference and They are a little far from the first places in the search for the collegiate championship.
The thing is, even though Colorado isn’t raffling off as much, Shedeur Sanders is doing it on the gridirons and their numbers say so. 2,882 yards through the air, 24 touchdowns and three interceptions…enviable numbers.
With those numbers, how can you not feel like one of the best players? and in an interview with Complexsaid that he enjoys the hate he receives very much.
“I enjoy the hate. I enjoy making them angry. If they don’t talk about what you’re doing, you’re not relevant.. So knowing you have people hating you means you’re doing something right.“, he mentioned.
In addition, they asked him about his abilities and comparing himself to some QB and with a lot of ego he said: “I can stay in the pocket and throw the ball. I can play like Brady, but I can also extend plays and if it’s not there, take it like Vick“.