Analyst on Colorado football star’s Tom Brady comparisons: ‘Can we just stop’

Mike Farrell of Mike Farrell Sports is begging a certain Colorado football star for Tom Brady's comparisons after barely beating ASU Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Mike Farrell of Mike Farrell Sports is begging a certain Colorado football star for Tom Brady's comparisons after barely beating ASU Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports /
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Mike Farrell of Mike Farrell Sports cannot stand Colorado football star Shedeur Sanders evoking the name of Tom Brady following the Buffs’ last-second win over ASU on October 7 considering the futility of the Sun Devils and the less-than-impressive showing for Coach Prime’s son in the 27-24 win.

“Tom Brady mode? Legendary mode? Arizona State is now 1-5 and has suffered a slew of injuries,” Farrell prefaced before saying, “This would be like Brady bragging about a win over the Buffalo Bills in most given years (he was 33-3 against the Bills). When you’re expected to win the game, win the game. When it’s closer than many expect, just simply praise the other team or mention what you can work on to get better. Obviously, Shedeur his team could have played better and his stat line of 26-42 for 239 yards with a touchdown and no picks isn’t spectacular. So can we just stop flashing the dumb watch and mentioning Tom Brady and the word legendary after what was a very average win?”

Shedeur bragged after the win in Tempe that ASU left too much time on the clock, allowing him to go “Tom Brady mode.”

“They simply left too much time on the clock,” Sanders prefaced before saying, “You know what mode we went- we went Brady mode. That’s legendary mode.”

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Narrowly beating ASU in 2023, when they’re not even eligible for the postseason and have seen injuries to star quarterback Jaden Rashada and his backup Drew Pyne, is nothing to evoke Brady’s name about.

Worse yet, in doing so, Sanders provided the Colorado football haters with plenty of ammunition for when the Buffs play the likes of UCLA, Oregon State, Wazzu, and Utah. Truthfully, Arizona could be a challenge for CU on November 11 at their current trajectory too.

Perhaps that’s the plan, though. Remember, everything related to Coach Prime is meant to generate engagement. Having the team in the spotlight when they falter, because of what Sheduer is doing now against the worst team in the Pac-12, is the kind of marketing the world of social media unfortunately generates these days.