Deion Sanders isn’t looking to leave Colorado soon, according to his business partner and manager.
“He’s staying. He’s staying. He’s staying,” Constance Schwartz-Morini said on an appearance on “The Rich Eisen Show” on Thursday.
Schwartz-Morini, the CEO of SMAC Entertainment, has been working with Sanders for more than a decade and was the subject of a profile on The Athletic earlier this fall. She also reiterated that Sanders has no interest in coaching in the NFL.
“Perfect fit. I think he’s having too much fun there,” Schwartz-Morini said. “He’s just been able to be who he is deep down inside, driving his tractor and wearing his cowboy hat.”
Sanders said this week he’s a “country boy with city swag.”
After a 3-0 start this season, Sanders’ Colorado team is 4-3 and 1-3 in Pac-12 play. The Buffaloes, who lost to Stanford 46-43 in double overtime after leading 29-0 at halftime in their last outing, face No. 23 UCLA at the Rose Bowl on Saturday.
Last week, Colorado earned a commitment from Antwann Hill, a top-100 overall prospect and the No. 6 quarterback in the Class of 2025, per the 247Sports Composite. Colorado’s 2024 recruiting class has nine commitments and is currently ranked 66th nationally.