Stanford Cardinal offensive lineman Fisher Anderson received the final phrase after the workforce got here again Friday evening to stun the Colorado Buffaloes in double time beyond regulation.
Colorado was up 29-0 at halftime when the Cardinal launched a livid comeback behind Ashton Daniels’ 4 landing passes and Elic Ayomanor’s 13 catches for 294 yards and three scores. Colorado sacked Daniels 3 times however didn’t decide him off as soon as.
Anderson on Saturday posted a message on X and expressed his perception within the workforce and coach Troy Taylor all whereas calling out Deion Sanders and the Colorado soccer program.
“A couple of ideas on final evening: Good all the time wins out, irrespective of how bleak it appears to be like,” Anderson wrote. “When coach Taylor received employed, he advised everybody to remain and imagine; Coach prime advised everybody to go away. We’re program builders; they’re mercenaries. I imagine in Stanford soccer; it is best to too.”
Stanford improved to 4-3 on the season with a win over their Pac-12 opponent. Colorado fell to 4-3 with the loss.
Sanders was not joyful along with his workforce’s efficiency and stated as a lot.
“I talked to them concerning the previous cliche folks say — it’s 0-0 however that’s not true. It’s not 0-0, it’s 29-nothing,” Sanders stated afterward. “I felt complacency going into the half as a result of we stalled offensively, gave up some yardage as nicely. Simply didn’t like how I felt entering into at halftime.
“We come again out and right here comes complacency. Right here comes that workforce that I can’t stand, you can’t stand it. You possibly can’t perceive how on the planet that occurs to us. However it did.”
The Related Press contributed to this report.