This morning, tight ends coach Tim Brewster announced he would be resigning from CU on X.
It is not clear as to whether Brewster will be retiring or seeking coaching options elsewhere. With a record of 4-8, Deion Sanders said that The Buffs were looking to make changes, though it is not clear as to what specifically will be done or if this meant personnel.
Thank You to Prime!
Brewster took the time to express his gratitude towards Sanders and The Buffs organization. He also wishes their continued success going forward.
“I’ve resigned and just want to say Thank You to Prime!” he wrote. “Just a truly amazing man and leader!! #BuffNation all ❤️ and wish staff players much continued success!! God Bless all!!”
With his mind already set on the future, Sanders continues to look for ways to improve his team as next season slowly approaches the horizon.
Tim Brewster has an impressive resume in the world of college and professional sports. He was a tight ends coach for The Denver Broncos in the mid-2000’s along with multiple Division I programs throughout the country for the past two decades.
This will surely be a great task to replace him.
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