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Jackson State head coach Deion Sanders believes his son/QB, Shedeur Sanders, should be in the conversation for this year's Heisman Trophy race...

"I think we're in it," Coach Prime said about his son's Heisman chances, per Langston Newsome of the Mississippi Clarion Ledger. "We did what we wanted to do.

"Now you get to put on Tupac 'All Eyez on Me'. (Shedeur) gets to play that song. Now he just has to do what he's been doing thus far. I like his maturation. I like his growth. First and foremost, I love the way the line has protected him and receivers are doing their job as well. Coach Brett (Bartolone, offensive coordinator) is calling a heck of a game."
(the Spun)
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howieshoodlums21 months
Deion Sanders is worse than Don King. His son has two chances of winning the heisman, slim and none. And slim just left town.
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CDawson21 months
The way media attention and awards today focus on many things other than what should be the focus, nothing would surprise me.
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Winston Cup21 months
Kid might deserve an invite the way this year is going. Coach Prime has that team playing great
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Dickses21 months
This whole Deion Sanders at an HBCU is a farce.And a perfect example of MMM;Masonic Media Manipulation.
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Dr. Morgus21 months
No one gives a frick about his son or their team
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Morpheus21 months
Honestly Deion was a heck of a HOF player and maybe an ok Jive talkin Turkey, but I would never want his circus at my school.
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Ghost of Colby21 months
Hey Deion, it’s called the Walter Payton Award at the FCS level.
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BoogerTiger21 months
Steve McNair finished 3rd in the Heisman voting in 94 playing for Alcorn State
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