He's not making a positive impact on cfb. CFB is going to be what it's going to be with or without him. He's one coach making a positive impact on one program. He's not going to raise the status of the Pac-12, because their flagship USC is headed to the Big Ten. He's going to make Colorado better than they've been in a while. The people who currently can't wait to bust a nut to Oregon's win are wrapped up in the media's pursuit of someone who's a good interview and a good quote machine. They can't handle the fact that Deion Sanders is a compelling story, so they try to pretend he's in the spotlight because someone thinks he's a championship coach. And then they malign dude's character by questioning his faith (Pizza's questioning of how Coach Sanders feels called to coach is the first god damned time he's ever posted a serious expression about faith. You damn skippy I'm-a call him on that shit).