Talk about some Bull Junk.
Oregon delivered a resounding performance against Colorado on Saturday, handing Deion Sanders’ team their first loss of the season in a convincing manner.
According to Keyshawn Johnson, the Ducks received assistance from other schools in their preparation for the game against the Buffaloes.
“I spoke to somebody in the coaching fraternity right after the game, and they know some people that coach at Oregon,” Johnson said.
“They said, ‘man, I’ve never heard…how much information was being given to that staff about game planning against Colorado so they can beat them.'”
In the end, Oregon’s dominance over Colorado was quite evident, with a commanding 42-6 victory on Saturday afternoon. The Buffaloes found themselves outmatched in nearly every aspect of the game.
It’s a common practice among coaches to exchange information and insights, so the notion that Oregon received assistance doesn’t come as a surprise, given the competitive nature of collegiate sports.