Deion Sanders appoints Pat Shurmur as Colorado's play-caller.

Deion Sanders needed to make some adjustments to Colorado's attack before Saturday's game against No. 16 Oregon State. 

According to Action Network's Brett McMurphy, the Buffaloes' coach promoted quality control analyst Pat Shurmur to an assistant job with offensive play-calling responsibilities. 

He takes over for offensive coordinator Sean Lewis, who will continue to call plays from the sidelines. 

Shurmur has coached the Cleveland Browns and the New York Giants in the NFL. He most recently served as the Denver Broncos' offensive coordinator from 2020 to 21.

It's uncertain how much this will impact Lewis' offensive structure in the future. Colorado averaged 32 points per game and is on pace to set a record for the most in over 20 years. 

The change comes after CU's offense struggled against UCLA, which has the strongest defense in the Pac-12 and numerous future NFL players on the inside.

It'll be interesting to watch how this unfolds with Shedeur Sanders and the Buffs' offensive game plan. Shurmur took the place of Coach Prime, who had a schedule difficulty, on CU's weekly coaches show. 

Sanders hired Lewis when he stepped down as head coach at Kent State. He signed the richest assistant contract in CU history. 

On Saturday, Colorado will host 16th-ranked Oregon State at Folsom Field in a Homecoming game. ESPN will broadcast the game at 10 p.m.

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