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Deion Sanders during the Super Bowl LIII radio show on January 31, 2019 in Atlanta.
The Jackson University Tigers defeated Edward Waters College 53-0 in his debut as head coach of the college on Sunday at the Famer Deion Sanders Football Hall (aka “Coach Prime”). Immediately after the game, he took a crocodile bath while his players celebrated the victory.
But the jubilation was short-lived, at least for Sanders. At the post-match press conference, he said, “I’m in a panic right now, because I have mixed feelings.
“We won, the kids played really well,” he said. “But during the game, someone broke in and stole everything I had from the coach’s office – credit cards, wallet, watch. Thank God I had my necklaces,” he added, grabbing the front of his sweatshirt.
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Sanders said he got tears in his eyes after his players handed him the ball and said it was “one of the most touching moments of my professional sports career.”
But “then you go to your locker room – your coach’s office – and you realize you don’t even have a phone to call your mom, your daughter, your kids, because it’s been stolen,” he added, trying to convey how depressed he felt at the time.
“Inappropriate and found?
After Sanders’ press conference, the school told ESPN that Coach Prime’s personal items were “lost and found.”
But Sanders immediately denied the story on Twitter, saying his assistant caught the thief in the act.
The person who spread the lie that my things were not stolen was lying. My things were taken from a zippered bag in my office, and other things were taken from my office. We have recovered them since the report. My colleague witnessed the crime. #Truth
– PRIME COACH (@DeionSanders) February 22, 2021.
Jackson State Athletic Director Ashley Robinson made the following statement:
“Immediately following today’s win, several items from Coach Prime were removed from the locker room. These items were quickly retrieved and returned. While we believe this was an isolated incident, we are carefully reviewing security protocols to ensure this does not happen again. However, we refuse to let this victory overshadow the victory of our hard-working JSU Tigers at this time. We want them to enjoy this moment, as we look forward to more victory celebrations in the future.
Sanders was the victim of vandalism and theft last month.
This is not the first time 53-year-old Deion Sanders has been harassed after he was named head coach of Jackson State in September. Last month, Sanders offered a reward for a boom box he said was stolen from his Ford while parked at Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium.
“A white suburbanite came….an Instagram video. “A thief stole this boombox I got from a friend and I’m a little excited because the boombox has sentimental value.”
He then posted another video on Instagram, revealing that the boombox had been returned, and highlighted it in his thank you video.
Jackson State Tigers return to action on Saturday.
Sunday’s game against Jackson State was the first of a seven game spring schedule that will run through April. JSU will host Mississippi Valley State on Saturday to open the Southwest Athletic Conference season. The win over Edward Waters College was Jackson’s first shutout since September 2014.
According to its website, Edward Waters is a private, Christian, historically black, liberal arts school in Jacksonville with less than a thousand students.
Deion Sanders was selected number 5 by the Atlanta Falcons in 1989 and played five seasons for the Falcons before moving to San Francisco, Dallas and Washington. After retiring, he also played two seasons (2004-2005) in Baltimore.
During his Hall of Fame career, he was named to the First-Team All-Pro roster six times and caught a total of 53 passes, including nine touchdowns. In 2011, he was elected to the Professional Football Hall of Fame.
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