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One of the last scenes you'll see of Deion Sanders at Jackson State is him consoling his TE Hayden Hagler, who was extremely down on himself in the locker room after dropping a potential game-tying touchdown pass...
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TommyDaTiger16 months
I would put the blame on Leo!!!! Larry Leo!!!!!!! You’re killing your father Larry
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gamecockman1216 months
All for the cameras.
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DeafVallyBatnR16 months
Don't think he did not know the camera was on. Doesn't mean he wouldn't do this anyway.
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VoxDawg16 months
Anybody else shocked to see a white kid as TE at any HBCU?
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75503Tiger16 months
All of you haters of Coach Prime can suck it. Why? He participates in a sport and has a blast. He is interesting to watch. I hope he wins bigly at CU
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GasMan16 months
Jackie Smith
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NPComb16 months
Props to Deion
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“don’t worry u weren’t coming to CU anyway”
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1 Call16 months
This young man will learn from this moving forward. And that's the lesson in this. Sometimes in life, we have to deal with adversity. And we are always better for it. Deion Sanders can care less about cameras. He genially loves and cares about hi players.
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WhoDatNC16 months
He knew cameras were on him. The focus should be on deions kid throwing the ball away on the next play that “cost” them the game but we all know why it wasn’t.
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atltiger648716 months
correct, and the announcers said nothing about that. Deion's son, and QB, threw the ball away on 4th down. Inexcusable.
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tucoco16 months
He didn't throw the ball away, he threw it 1 way thinking the receiver was going that way and the receiver went the other way. Besides, he was under pressure from a pass rush and had to get rid of it. Y'all are dead wrong for trying to put this on Sander's son because you probably don't like the man. Clowns
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SPEEDY16 months
Of course he posts this video for everyone to see.
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atltiger648716 months
yep. That should've been a private moment between coach and player. But Prime is all about Prime.
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UncleLester16 months
Coach Prime didn't have the marbles to try and win it on a 2-Point conversion in regulation. That's the biggest takeaway from me.
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CDawson16 months
Can't imagine how awful that kid feels. Many things could have been different leading to that play that may have impacted the outcome but that is the one that will be remembered.
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atltiger648716 months
yep, there are probably a dozen plays in every close game that could’ve made a difference but the ones at the end gets remembered. Unfortunately, this player will never get over it.
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Coach7216 months
Frick him. Karma. Kid acted the donkey in HS when we drilled their arse and was flipping off stands and student section.
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