Deion Sanders loses his third commitment in 24 hours, and a Colorado offensive weapon goes into the transfer portal.

Deion Sanders is losing future stars at the same rate that the Colorado Buffaloes had a terrible end to the regular season. 

With a 4-8 record at the end of Sanders' first season in Boulder, the Buffaloes had lost eight of their last nine games.

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After Colorado's loss to Utah on Saturday, two quarterback commits chose to change their minds about staying with the Buffaloes. 

Hayes Fawcett of On3 says that running back Jamarice Wilder told them he was dropping out of Colorado.

Wilder is the third such choice the Buffaloes have made in the last 24 hours.

The transfer link could make or break Colorado's 2024 season. Sanders had said earlier this fall that he wanted to get a new offensive line. 

His list of 2024 commits doesn't give him much help in that area, so Sanders will have to work hard in the portal to find offensive tackles.

Now that the regular season is over, players are saying they are going to the site. 

Fawcett says that tight end Caleb Fauria came through the gate on Monday.

After the terrible season for the self-proclaimed "best" college football coach, it looks like more players are leaving the school than joining. 

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