Sean Lewis Expected To Flee Deion Sanders’ Colorado For San Diego State Head Coaching Gig After Just One Season

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It just gets worse and worse for Colorado!

The Buffaloes offensive coordinator (OC) Sean Lewis is expected to leave the program after just one season to become the head coach of San Diego State, according to ESPN’s Pete Thamel.

The head coach of Kent State once upon a time, Lewis left the team and his leadership position to become the new OC at Deion Sanders’ Colorado. However, he was eventually demoted in embarrassing fashion back in early November prior to his first full season with the Buffs being over. (RELATED: Grambling State, Hue Jackson Parting Ways After Only Two Seasons Following Disastrous Tenure: REPORT)

But Lewis might end up getting the last laugh here. He’s expected to flee Boulder for the sunny San Diego beaches.

Despite his demotion by Coach Prime, Lewis’ head coaching history has likely made him the top target for the Aztecs program. Thamel is reporting a deal between San Diego State and Lewis is “expected to come together soon.”

What a flex by Sean Lewis.

Not only are you telling Deion Sanders to stick it where the sun don’t shine and getting the hell out of Colorado, but now you’re back as a head coach in a city full of warm weather, white sand, blue water and golden sunshine. Plus, the San Diego State Aztecs brand has mad swag, good school.

Fantastic move by Sean. The rain pours even harder for the Buffaloes.