Deion Sanders dislikes Colorado's "flat-out quit" players during practice.

Colorado coach Deion Sanders decried his team's "flat-out quit" during Saturday afternoon's work 

as his team returned to Folsom Field for the first time since the spring game to perform a full-scale scrimmage. 

Colorado's scrimmage highlights on YouTube didn't necessarily shed light on the players Coach Prime mentioned, 

but they did show Colorado place-kickers Alejandro Mata and Jace Feely - son of former NFL Pro Bowl kicker Jay Feely. 

Each player hit long field goals, with Feely splitting the uprights on a 58-yard kick. 

While they were highlights, Sanders stated that the Colorado coaching staff will use video from intrasquad practice to determine which individuals wilted under pressure. 

"Way to work through it, way to establish yourselves, way to keep pushing," Coach Prime addressed the team two weeks before its season opener at TCU.  

"We had some guys who just quit, shut it down, and started feeling sorry for themselves." "But we'll see this on film." 

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