Colorado's Deion Sanders says he told injured TCU player to 'get back in this game' during viral moment

Running back Trey Sanders of the Horned Frogs remained on the field for a considerable amount of time last Saturday during TCU's home opener versus the Colorado Buffaloes due to an apparent scary injury.

Despite Sanders's affiliation with the other side, first-year Buffs head coach Deion Sanders (not related to Sanders) entered the field and seemed to encourage the TCU running back.

Videos of Deion and Trey interacting became viral on social media very fast. However, 

the conversation was not recorded, so many people are curious as to what the Colorado football coach said to the injured running back.

The NFL icon finally gave a reason for talking to Trey this week.

After the coach's previous disrespect, Colorado's Deion Sanders claims that his son, Shedeur, had extra motivation to defeat TCU. 

The Buffaloes coach reportedly remarked, "I walked over to him because he was a kid that wanted to come here,

 according to On3 Sports. "I decided not to accept him since he had some really serious injuries. The child wanted to play for us, therefore I still loved him."

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