There’s more bad news for the Colorado Buffs.
On Friday, the team suffered their fifth straight loss after getting embarrassed in a 42-point loss against Washington State.
A day after the Buffs’ loss, 3-star offensive lineman recruit Talan Chandler from Missouri decommitted from Colorado and decided to go to school in his home state.
Chandler, a three-star talent from Nevada, Missouri, was firmly set on joining the Buffs and was advocating for others to be a part of the program up until a month ago. There were rumors recently that he would be staying home at Missouri instead of joining Coach Prime in Boulder, and he made that official.
BREAKING: Class of 2024 IOL Talan Chandler tells me he has Flipped his Commitment from Colorado to Missouri!
The 6’4 295 IOL from Nevada, MO had been Committed to the Buffaloes since February
“Being able to stay home & play in the SEC is an unbelievable opportunity.”… pic.twitter.com/UvqTql4wJG
— Hayes Fawcett (@Hayesfawcett3) November 19, 2023
Losing Chandler hurts the Buffs, who are in desperate need of a new offensive line.
After a loss this season, Sanders vowed to replace his offensive line for failing to keep his son Shedeur protected in the backfield.