Colorado Buffaloes Football Players Say They Were Robbed Of Their Jewelry During Their Game Against UCLA

Footage has emerged of some Colorado Buffaloes football players expressing their frustrations about being robbed of their jewelry while playing against the UCLA Bruins.

The game took place Saturday (October 28) at Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California.

The video shows three players who said that their jewelry was stolen out of the locker room while they were playing in the game.

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One player said he had just got his chain, and it was in the box in his locker.

The Colorado Buffaloes are coached by Hall of Fame iconic former football player Deion Sanders, and a few weeks ago, he received criticism over the shades he wears.

Deion has brought a new look and swagger to NCAA football that many of his peers frown upon, which has created hate against him and his players.

Several of Deion’s players have earned NIL deals based on their football skill set, and they used that money to buy themselves gifts.

Unfortunately, weaker minds decided to rob them of those gifts.

Watch the footage below of the Colorado Buffaloes players talking about getting robbed of their jewelry while playing in a game, courtesy of “Well Off Media”:

Bleacher Report posted the footage to Instagram, sparking a debate in the comments.

Reactions to the news of the Colorado Buffaloes locker room being robbed were disappointing.

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