Tom Brady Responds to Shedeur Sanders Saying He Went 'Brady Mode' in Colorado's Comeback Win

On Saturday, Sanders led the Buffaloes on a 98-yard game-tying drive en route to a double overtime victory over Colorado State.

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Deion Sanders' University of Colorado football team remains undefeated following a comeback win Saturday over Colorado State.

The Buffaloes' thrilling victory was spearheaded by Deion's son and Buffaloes quarterback, Shedeur Sanders. With Colorado trailing 28-20 with 2:06 left in the fourth quarter, Sanders led the offense on 98-yard game-tying drive, which was capped off by a two-point conversion that sent the game into overtime.

Following Colorado's double overtime win, Sanders told ESPN his clutch performance was inspired by Tom Brady.

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โ€œAt the two [2-yard line], all I was thinking was Brady mode,โ€ Sanders said. โ€œThatโ€™s it. Simple. You left too much time out there."

Shedeur added, "We talk after every game. I'm sure he's going to text me in a second. But that's all I was thinking is Brady mode, if he can do it, I can do it. We're just alike."

On Sunday, Brady hopped on social media to respond to Shedeur's remarks.

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"I just want to go Shedeur mode at one point in life," Brady wrote alongside a photo of Sanders.

Game recognizes game.

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