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Multiple Colorado Players React To Tim Brewster Resigning As Deion Sanders’ TE Coach

Multiple Colorado Players React To Tim Brewster Resigning As Deion Sanders' TE Coach

The surprising resignation of Tim Brewster as the TE coach of the Colorado Buffaloes marks the team’s first offseason change under Deion Sanders’ leadership. This was Tim’s first year with the Buffs as he came to Colorado with Coach Prime after serving one season with him at Jackson State.

Brewster is known for his esteemed career in coaching and recruiting in High School, College Football, and even the NFL. He is considered as one of the best college recruiters at present, who is currently searching for a new job. And his exit from Colorado was greatly felt.

Players React To Tim Brewster’s Departure

Soon after Colorado’s 4-8 season came to an end with a six-game losing streak, Tim Brewster who had worked with Deion Sanders in the past two seasons announced his departure from Boulder.

Following Deion Sanders’ announcement of Tim’s resignation, the TE coach took to X (formerly Twitter) to pen down a heartfelt adieu to the team. The tweet read, I’ve resigned and just want to say Thank You to Prime! Just a truly amazing man and leader!! Buff Nation all and wish staff players much continued success!! God Bless all!!”

The tweet sparked a wave of reaction from multiple Buffs players, who were deeply impacted by Tim during his tenure with the Buffs.

Ryan Staub, the backup QB of Colorado said, “We appreciate you Coach! Will never forget your great speeches and the positive energy you brought into the building everyday!”

Alejandro Mata, the placekicker of the Buffs wrote, “Imma miss you coach Brew, much love and thank you for everything u did for me.”

WR Willie Gaines tweeted, “Tim Brewster damn love ya coach I appreciate all the speeches from you the last 2 years I’ll never forget that and consistency you had everyday showing love I appreciate u coach.”

WR Kendall Stewart wrote, “Thank you for everything!!”

Colorado offensive lineman Jeremiah McCrimmon wrote, Preciate you coach thank you for everything you’ve done for me, and I pray for the best in whatever is coming in your future LOVE always.

The love and appreciation poured by so many Colorado players shows how much of an influential figure Tim Brewster is. As of now, Brewster is in Charlotte after quitting CU. However, his next coaching destination remains unknown.

Tim Brewster’s Coaching Legacy

Tim Brewster kicked off his coaching career with Purdue in 1986 as the Graduate Assistant after his unsuccessful attempt at playing in the NFL. He gradually climbed the coaching ladder with his multiple stints with different teams.

Tim’s remarkable skill as a coach and recruit earned him a job in the NFL as he became the TE coach for the Chargers (2002-2004) and the Broncos (2005-2006).

However, he found massive recognition in College Football because of his success as the head coach of Minnesota (2007-2010), along with other stints at Mississippi State (2012), Florida State (2013-2017), and Texas A&M (2018).

In his 36 years as a coach, Tim Brewster has touched many lives and become a part of many success stories for players. One of his most recent successes has seen him play a pivotal role in the development of TE Kyle Pitts who won the John Mackey Award before being drafted No. 4 overall in 2021.

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10 thoughts on “Multiple Colorado Players React To Tim Brewster Resigning As Deion Sanders’ TE Coach”

  1. Colorado is the team to be on the team to beat and the team the media gets press from. Prime has done so much for college football it’s ridiculous for the haters to even speak on him or his team. He made something out of nothing was told he couldn’t make it in FBS play that his son was not good enough. Enough is enough let him really get his grounded place and be there for a while. Hopefully he stays for a couple contracts then he will be the next Nick Saban or even better if he starts winning the championship games. Prime time is a game changer! Tim Brewster we wish you success and the best you will be missed but the show must and will go on it may have been to much light for your liking but we coming!
    James Jones Jr

  2. The people who blindly support or bash Deion Sanders are like Liberals and Democrats supporting Joe Biden.
    The facts are Sanders has coached a total of 3 yrs at FCS level and now one year at FBS level. He just doesn’t have the experience of a College coach. His peers have been doing this for 20-40 years. They know a little something. He also brings a lot of attention and that brings money to a program. CU needed the interest. IMO he will leave when his sons leave. He is daddy ball coach, little league HS, JSU then CU for his son.
    He brings attention and has an incredible pedigree and network. He can hire real coaches for his staff but he needs to be a figure head and let career coaches coach. But I doubt he will do that. Hence a very liked and respected career college coach decided to leave before it gets worse.
    Deion is by all told a great guy but he unfortunately for those that blindly jumped in, he is not a college coach.
    No knock on him, he has succeeded in almost everything he has done but again there 5,000 college coaches that have 15-30 years more experience than he does. He will not out coach any of them. He gets attention because he is Prime. To some he made a mockery of the coaching profession at that level. His team won 4 games in the weakest power 5 conference but it was in the Power 5 and he “turned around” a 1 win program to 4 wins. His team won’t win more than 5 next year. I wish Him his players and the UC faithful luck. The UC band wagoners are idiots and 100% will tell you Biden is doing a great job. Again just my opinion. I like Deion he just is not a very good college coach. He is great at everything else.

    1. You don’t make sense…because the coaches with 20-30 years started at 0, just like Deion. He played in 2 title games at Jackson and his first year record could have easily been 7 – 5, but he mustard 4 – 8.

      Furthermore, Texas A&M coach got fired even with a national title under his belt. Please explain this with your logic? Bottom line inexperience or experience you can’t predict the future.

    2. Mike Miller

      All your credibility was lost in your opening statement about blindly supporting Joe Biden… you gave away the fact that you blindly support the biggest con-man America has ever known, and i’m not a Biden supporter FYI. Just So you dont waste your time going on a tangent about Biden. America will be better off when Biden and your Orange Jesus are out of the picture.

      Your argument that Deion isnt a good coach bc he isnt experienced, is very weak. He’s a hall of fame player, played all his life. Coached by Bobby Bowden, Jerry Glanville, George Seifert, Barry Switzer, to name a few. I’m sure he picked up a few things from them. Plus, being a great motivator is one of the most important aspects of being a coach. A head coach is a manager. The position coaches do most of the coaching of the players. The head coach makes sure the ship runs smoothly. What Deion did at Colorado is nothing short of amazing and had never been done before replacing 80 players and winning 4 games after the team went 1-11 is good progress and he’s headed in the right direction regardless what all the haters think. People said he wouldnt succeed at Jackson State and he made them look foolish but if i have learned anything about people that blindly support Orange Jesus is, they are incapable of admitting they are wrong, and they keep doubling down so they cant turn back. Deion will win just like Joe Biden won. 🏆

    3. That’s funny that you compare Deion’s tenure and support base to Biden and Democrats. The irony to your comment is that Biden is the career politician with the experience and aptitude for the position, unlike his predecessor who was the one with a lack of experience, integrity and morals. Yet he was the one with the blind followers and bandwagon supporters. I think you got your personnel mixed up.

    4. Jack Mehoff

      You just had to bring politics into it which shows that you don’t really know much at all.

    5. Roderick Hart

      Deion is earning his pay check, look at the bottom line. A big part of coach is simple business. You build the team, acquire the funding, generate the PR, and provide direction. I bet Deion spends more time with the individual players coaching than ‘God Coach Sabin’.

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10 thoughts on “Multiple Colorado Players React To Tim Brewster Resigning As Deion Sanders’ TE Coach”

  1. Colorado is the team to be on the team to beat and the team the media gets press from. Prime has done so much for college football it’s ridiculous for the haters to even speak on him or his team. He made something out of nothing was told he couldn’t make it in FBS play that his son was not good enough. Enough is enough let him really get his grounded place and be there for a while. Hopefully he stays for a couple contracts then he will be the next Nick Saban or even better if he starts winning the championship games. Prime time is a game changer! Tim Brewster we wish you success and the best you will be missed but the show must and will go on it may have been to much light for your liking but we coming!
    James Jones Jr

  2. The people who blindly support or bash Deion Sanders are like Liberals and Democrats supporting Joe Biden.
    The facts are Sanders has coached a total of 3 yrs at FCS level and now one year at FBS level. He just doesn’t have the experience of a College coach. His peers have been doing this for 20-40 years. They know a little something. He also brings a lot of attention and that brings money to a program. CU needed the interest. IMO he will leave when his sons leave. He is daddy ball coach, little league HS, JSU then CU for his son.
    He brings attention and has an incredible pedigree and network. He can hire real coaches for his staff but he needs to be a figure head and let career coaches coach. But I doubt he will do that. Hence a very liked and respected career college coach decided to leave before it gets worse.
    Deion is by all told a great guy but he unfortunately for those that blindly jumped in, he is not a college coach.
    No knock on him, he has succeeded in almost everything he has done but again there 5,000 college coaches that have 15-30 years more experience than he does. He will not out coach any of them. He gets attention because he is Prime. To some he made a mockery of the coaching profession at that level. His team won 4 games in the weakest power 5 conference but it was in the Power 5 and he “turned around” a 1 win program to 4 wins. His team won’t win more than 5 next year. I wish Him his players and the UC faithful luck. The UC band wagoners are idiots and 100% will tell you Biden is doing a great job. Again just my opinion. I like Deion he just is not a very good college coach. He is great at everything else.

    1. You don’t make sense…because the coaches with 20-30 years started at 0, just like Deion. He played in 2 title games at Jackson and his first year record could have easily been 7 – 5, but he mustard 4 – 8.

      Furthermore, Texas A&M coach got fired even with a national title under his belt. Please explain this with your logic? Bottom line inexperience or experience you can’t predict the future.

    2. Mike Miller

      All your credibility was lost in your opening statement about blindly supporting Joe Biden… you gave away the fact that you blindly support the biggest con-man America has ever known, and i’m not a Biden supporter FYI. Just So you dont waste your time going on a tangent about Biden. America will be better off when Biden and your Orange Jesus are out of the picture.

      Your argument that Deion isnt a good coach bc he isnt experienced, is very weak. He’s a hall of fame player, played all his life. Coached by Bobby Bowden, Jerry Glanville, George Seifert, Barry Switzer, to name a few. I’m sure he picked up a few things from them. Plus, being a great motivator is one of the most important aspects of being a coach. A head coach is a manager. The position coaches do most of the coaching of the players. The head coach makes sure the ship runs smoothly. What Deion did at Colorado is nothing short of amazing and had never been done before replacing 80 players and winning 4 games after the team went 1-11 is good progress and he’s headed in the right direction regardless what all the haters think. People said he wouldnt succeed at Jackson State and he made them look foolish but if i have learned anything about people that blindly support Orange Jesus is, they are incapable of admitting they are wrong, and they keep doubling down so they cant turn back. Deion will win just like Joe Biden won. 🏆

    3. That’s funny that you compare Deion’s tenure and support base to Biden and Democrats. The irony to your comment is that Biden is the career politician with the experience and aptitude for the position, unlike his predecessor who was the one with a lack of experience, integrity and morals. Yet he was the one with the blind followers and bandwagon supporters. I think you got your personnel mixed up.

    4. Jack Mehoff

      You just had to bring politics into it which shows that you don’t really know much at all.

    5. Roderick Hart

      Deion is earning his pay check, look at the bottom line. A big part of coach is simple business. You build the team, acquire the funding, generate the PR, and provide direction. I bet Deion spends more time with the individual players coaching than ‘God Coach Sabin’.

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