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Sport: Football World Reacts To Colorado's Major Transfer

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Deion Sanders will need to shake up the secondary at Colorado. On Thursday afternoon, sophomore cornerback Kaylin Moore announced that he'll enter the transfer portal.

"To my Buffs teammates, thanks for all the memories and all the brothers I have gained! Buffs fans, thank you," Moore wrote. "After prayer and thoughtful consideration with my family, I have decided I will be entering the transfer portal."

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Over the past two seasons, Moore has racked up 44 total tackles and three pass breakups.

Moore's decision to enter the transfer portal is unfortunate news for the Buffaloes.

"He stepped up big time for CU last year after their top two corners left after the 2021 season," Jake Schwanitz of DNVR Buffs said. "Good luck Kaylin!"

"Starting CB Kaylin Moore to leave #CUBuffs," Tyler King of the Denver Gazette tweeted. "Sophomore stepped into a difficult role last season as he and Nikko Reed took over for Christian Gonzalez and Mekhi Blackmon on the outside."

Colorado fans are wishing Moore all the best moving forward.

"Ball out Kaylin," one fan said. "Once a Buff, always a Buff!"

Moore should have a few suitors this offseason, especially since he has multiple seasons of eligibility remaining.

The Buffaloes, meanwhile, are expected to be very active in the transfer portal this season.

Leaked documents indicate over 300 members of far-right paramilitary Oath Keepers may be current or former DHS employees, Project on Government Oversight reports .
The revelation comes weeks after the paramilitary group's founder, Stewart Rhodes, was convicted of seditious conspiracy over the January 6 riot.Launched in 2009, the Oath Keepers from the start tried to recruit from the military and law enforcement with an ostensible goal of upholding the US Constitution and having its members refuse unlawful orders, per the Southern Poverty Law Center, which labels it an "extremist" group. In practice, that has meant, as on January 6, rejecting the rule of law — court orders and democratic processes that thwart far-right policy goals — in favor of conspiracy theories and armed resistance.

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