College football’s worst-kept secret is now official.
Shedeur Sanders, the son of Deion Sanders, is becoming a member of his father on the University of Colorado.
The quarterback introduced his switch on Twitter with a spotlight video of him in a Buffaloes jersey.
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Deion coached his son at Jackson State throughout his three-year stint with the Tigers as head coach earlier than taking the Colorado job earlier this month.
Shedeur threw for 3,372 yards and 40 touchdowns whereas speeding for 173 yards and 5 touchdowns this previous season.
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The Professional Soccer Corridor of Famer let his new workforce know Shedeur can be their quarterback in 2023, including he would “should earn it.”
Talking with the Buffaloes for the primary time, Deion stated he was “bringing [his] baggage with [him]. And it is Louis [Vuitton],” a reference to a number of of his Jackson State gamers becoming a member of him.
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Jackson State misplaced a 31-24 extra time thriller Saturday within the Celebration Bowl, the HBCU nationwide championship sport, towards North Carolina Central.