Colorado football: Coach Prime sends ambiguous message about EA Sports College Football 25 video game

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Coach Prime is excited about the upcoming EA Sports College Football 25 video game, which was made official on February 15, but he was short on context in a tweet hinting that he has ideas on what the game should include.

"Wow, it's really happening," Deion Sanders prefaced on X before saying, "I got so many darn ideas."

Dynasty Mode with a "Prime Weekend" built in? Overhauling entire rosters through the transfer portal upon getting a new coaching job? Who knows what Coach Prime has in mind, but whatever it is, it's probably entertaining.

UPDATE: The Colorado Buffaloes Football Twitter account retweeted a post from Blue Bloods Bias, fueling speculation that Coach Prime will be on the EA Sports College Football 25 cover.

Colorado football stars Shedeur Sanders and Travis Hunter projected to have top-10 ratings in EA Sports College Football 25

247Sports' Brad Crawford projected Travis Hunter to have the second-highest rating in the game, while projecting Shedeur Sanders to have the fifth-highest rating.

"The first of a couple Colorado starters who could be given an exemplary grade from College Football 25, Travis Hunter will start on both sides of the football," Crawford wrote of the two-way star. "Whether he's scoring touchdowns offensively or sticking the opposition's top wideout, he's going to get some serious burn on your TV. Moreover, Colorado will be an exciting team choice for multiple reasons — uniform combinations and Deion Sanders on the sidelines. We're just hoping Coach Prime's likeness is accurate given the amount of time designers have had to make this title."

Crawford predicted a huge campaign for Sanders while acknowledging what confined him to just No. 5 on his list.

"Shedeur Sanders is preparing for his final season at Colorado after he declined a chance to leave early for the 2024 NFL Draft," Crawford prefaced before saying, "He's going to be a stud in virtual form, too. In his first year with the Buffaloes, Sanders completed 69.3% of his passes, throwing for 3,230 yards, 27 touchdowns and three interceptions with a 151.7 rating. Sanders also rushed for four touchdowns. Colorado enters the Big 12 coming off Deion's 4-8 finish in Year 1, which included a 3-0 start and top-25 national ranking before the horrors of the Pac-12 schedule quickly set in. Shedeur is the team's best player and behind better offensive line play, should be in for a huge campaign."

There's no doubt that Colorado is front and center in the return of EA Sports' beloved college football franchise; one that dropped the NCAA from its title.