Shedeur Sanders is not ruled out of the CU Buffs football team's finale against Utah

Shedeur Sanders' season may not be over yet.Colorado's top quarterback was injured in the first half of Friday's 56-14 loss to Washington State,

but he has not been ruled out of participating in the season finale. On Saturday (1 p.m., Pac-12 Network), CU (4-7, 1-7 Pac-12) travels to Utah (7-4, 4-4).

"Shedeur is not feeling well right now," Deion Sanders, the team's head coach, stated on Tuesday. "It's a day-to-day thing with Shedeur. 

We're hoping he gets better and is able to play again because he is who he is and when he's on the field, we have a great chance to win."

Shedeur has been sacked 52 times this season, including four times against Washington State. After the game, Coach Prime stated 

that his son experienced numbness in his right hand, making it difficult for him to handle the ball, and subsequently injured his ankle.

Shedeur has not practiced on Tuesdays for some weeks in order to stay healthy. On Friday, Shedeur established a CU single-season passing record, 

and he now has 3,230 yards this season. His 27 touchdown passes are second only to Sefo Liufau's 28 in 2014, and he has only thrown three interceptions.

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