Deion Sanders, who needs no introduction, is a stone cold killer. He also played his college ball at Florida State University, where he’s wanted to coach for years. For whatever reason, this seemingly perfect match never (or has yet to) came to fruition. In 2020, Sanders finally got his first college coach gig at Jackson State, a HBCU is Mississippi.
Not that anyone expected it to, but it didn’t take long for Coach Prime to make a splash. His introductory press conference aside, he won the SWAC and was the 2021 SWAC Coach of the Year.
On Wednesday, the splash came in the recruiting game.
The 2022 number one overall recruit Travis Hunter de-committed from Florida State, Deion’s alma mater, to Jackson State:
The move was also announced with a reported $1.5M NIL deal with Barstool Sports, Coach Prime’s current other employer.
What a long holiday weekend. So long that SSM was delayed until the following week. Let’s look back at the week that was in last week’s Sunday State of Mind.
College football’s back, a fact you can’t deny America’s favorite sport’s existence is no longer dry Had some big time matchups, more on that below We won’t be without football until we all see snow
Biggest matchup of the week was Georgia and Clemson Number three and number five, pregame sounded fun A battle of attrition, final score was 10-3 Georgia with the “upset,” week one victory
The other name brand matchup, ‘Bama and The U Crimson Tide and Miami, Bama’s lead just grew and grew Coach Saban and the boys took it to the Canes A 30+ point win, all that’s left were The U’s remains
Our final review of Week 1, FSU and Notre Dame Just another one of this debut week’s big time games The Irish got the dub, that’s the result that’s built in Best story from the game though, the returning McKenzie Milton
The Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament is winding down. We saw some regression to the mean and some big dog’s continue to roll. We recap in this week’s SSM.
Loyola has fallen, no more Sister Jean Oregon State was tough, looked plenty mean The Ramblers played well, but OSU played great The twelfth-seeded Beavers headed to the Elite Eight
Oral Roberts Golden Eagles, this year’s Cinderella Their parade was rained on by Arkansas, no umbrella The Razorbacks locked up ORU like an old school jailer Next up for Arkansas in the Elite Eight? One seed Baylor.
The top seeds keep rolling including Michigan The Wolverines rolled FSU and won again Juwan Howard has his boys posed for a deep run It looks like Michigan is far from done
The third remaining one seed, Gonzaga Bulldogs Remain clear-minded winners, no signs of fog An 18 point win in the Sweet Sixteen The Zags are 29-0, their perfect record’s still clean