MOST-HATED: Keyshawn Johnson Claims Outside Coaches Helped Oregon Game Plan To Beat Deion Sanders

Deion Sanders and his Colorado Buffaloes had been riding high and were the talk of the college football world.

But then they stepped onto the field at Autzen Stadium in Oregon and quickly found out they were way over their heads. 

As everyone knows, the Ducks destroyed the Buffs 42-6. Oregon entered the game with a massive chip on their shoulder thanks to head coach Dan Lanning and his epic pregame speech…

It’s not an exaggeration to call Sanders one of the most popular football players of all-time. He draws a buzz everywhere he goes. 

He’s done a great job at Colorado thus far considering the circumstances. He’s trying to break in 80+ new players to the program on the fly. That’s no easy task for anyone.

They raced out to an undefeated start of the season thanks to a soft schedule. Supporters of Prime and Buffs were hoping that momentum would continue last weekend. 

Needless to say, the hype train came to a crashing halt. 

Former NFL star Keyshawn Johnson isn’t ready to give Oregon full credit for the blowout, however. He believes that outside coaches from other schools helped Lanning game plan for Deion and the Buffs.

Johnson made the claim on FS1’s “Undisputed,” and indicated that many coaches around the country were getting sick and tired of all the hype and attention Deion and the Buffs were getting…

Most people believe Johnson’s claims are completely false and downright ridiculous.

The road doesn’t get easier Colorado this week as they are set to welcome in reigning Heisman Trophy winner Caleb Williams and the USC Trojans.

It could get quite ugly in Boulder.

What do you think about Johnson’s claims?