The University of Colorado football team apparently left California with more than a loss on the field — several Buffaloes players claim they had jewelry stolen from their lockers during their matchup against UCLA on Saturday.
Deion Sanders‘ son, Deion Jr., shared the allegations in a postgame video posted on Sunday night … showing multiple athletes in shock outside the Rose Bowl after discovering their valuables were taken.
Star safety Cam’ron Silmon-Craig was one of the players who claimed they were affected … saying, “You’re gonna play football and know your s*** safe. That joint messed up.”
Another player stated he had just gotten his chain the day prior … and whoever snagged his stuff took it right out of the box.
An investigation into the matter is underway, according to OutKick.
“The UCLA athletic department confirmed that a report was filed to the Pasadena Police Department following the UCLA-Colorado football game regarding items that were reportedly missing from the Colorado locker room,” the school said in a statement.
“UCLA is in communication with law enforcement, Rose Bowl Stadium officials and the University of Colorado on the matter.”
The Buffaloes fell to the Bruins, 28-16 … falling to 4-4 on the season.
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