Deion Sanders taking over as head coach at Colorado
ByFunAsia 04 Dec 2022 12:02 PM 83

Deion Sanders is taking over as head coach at Colorado, bringing his charm and excellent persona to an overwhelmed Pac-12 program that is plunged to the lower part of school football.

The arrangement was declared Saturday night by CU athletic chief Rick George.

The Genius Football Corridor of Famer has been at Jackson Express, a generally Dark school that plays in the NCAA's second Division I level starting around 2020. Sanders has directed the Tigers to straight Southwestern Athletic Gathering titles.
The Tigers beat Southern in the SWAC title game Saturday in Jackson, Mississippi, a couple of hours after Colorado declared he was coming to Stone.
Sanders told his group after the game he had acknowledged another work, yet expected to mentor Jackson State (12-0) in the Festival Bowl for generally Dark universities on Dec. 17 in Atlanta against Mid-Eastern Athletic Meeting champion North Carolina Focal.
"In training, you either get raised, or you get ended," Sanders told his group. "There ain't no burial ground for mentors where they pass on at the spot. They either going to run you off or you going to stroll off."
Sanders discussed the lack of Clogged pore mentors at the most significant levels of school football and attempting to be an impetus for change.

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