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- Sanders' 2nd game as Jackson St. coach ppd.
- Deion Sanders: Items stolen while I was coaching
- Deion intercepts No. 4 JC prospect from Dawgs
- Deion's son Shedeur commits to Jackson State
Will Weber State finally look elite? And can Jackson State actually win out? Despite cancellations, the FCS spring season continues to deliver.
James Madison returns after back-to-back postponements, while Incarnate Word looks to continue its hot start.
North Dakota and North Dakota State meet in a crowded and raucous Missouri Valley Football Conference, while Deion Sanders' Jackson State squad looks to move to 4-0.
It's Week 4 of the FCS spring season and the Missouri Valley Conference takes center stage, while Deion goes for 3-0 and Nicholls and Sam Houston meet in a top-12 tussle.
Yes, there are actual, real, college football games going on right now. And this past Saturday proves why everyone should be tuning in.
North Dakota State looks to bounce back after a baffling blowout loss, Deion Sanders and Jackson State face the first test of the season, and newly anointed No. 1 James Madison has a chance to prove its ranking.
Jackson State head coach Deion Sanders' second game with the team has been postponed due to a positive COVID-19 test on Mississippi Valley State and subsequent quarantining of student-athletes within the program.
Ross Dellenger, College Football Writer for Sports Illustrated, joins Paul to talk about what happened to Deion Sanders getting robbed during his game coaching Jackson State. Callers also weigh in on the situation.
Deion Sanders said following his Jackson State coaching debut on Sunday that his personal items were stolen from the coaches' office during the Tigers' 53-0 victory over NAIA program Edward Waters, leading him to have "mixed emotions" about the day.
College football is back! Just a month after Alabama claimed the FBS national title, the FCS arrives with an abbreviated spring season. Here's a week-by-week breakdown of what to watch.
Nick Saban, Lane Kiffin and Deion Sanders finished national signing day as winners, while Michigan and Auburn were among the teams that fell short.
De'Jahn Warren, the No. 4-ranked junior college prospect, flipped his commitment from Georgia and will now play for head coach Deion Sanders at Jackson State.