Shedeur Sanders is a star on the Colorado campus, but he’s still subject to the school’s apparently strict parking rules.
The Buffaloes’ quarterback and son of the team’s coach, Deion Sanders, Shedeur had his Rolls Royce booted by campus parking enforcement this week, according to Buffs Beat.
The pricey car was reportedly parked near the team’s indoor practice facility at the Champions Center.
Car boots intended to prevent someone from driving away without paying a fee, when there is deemed to have been a parking violation.
And the passer is not the only one in the family who seems to have dealt with parking issues.
Shedeur Sanders put in a car boot after practice due to an apparent parking violation
Sanders is the star quarterback for the Colorado Buffaloes, who are coached by his father
Deion Sanders has reportedly been ticketed for illegal parking this season as well
His brother, defensive back Shilo Sanders, commented on an Instagram post of the incident admitting that he’d been booted earlier in the day.
‘Good thing y’all ain’t catch me today I definitely came out practice to a booted car,’ he wrote alongside crying-laughing emojis.
Sanders was reportedly given a parking ticket before his team played Oregon, while another one of his sons, Deion Jr., has also complained about receiving a ticket near the team’s home of Folsom Field, according to Buffs Beat.
In fact, at least eight players have reportedly had their cars towed, with defensive back Cam’Ron Silmon-Craig paying more than $3k for 52 parking violation.
Colorado star Travis Hunter has also faced parking tickets.
The Buffaloes, now 4-5 after starting the season 3-0, will play No. 23 Arizona this weekend.