Deion Sanders reveals he interviewed for three Power 5 jobs

Jackson football coach Deion Sanders When interviewed for three Power Five jobs, he said he felt at least one approaching acquisition before the school was told that it was moving in the other direction. Dan Le Butterd Show last week.

“I interviewed for three Power Five jobs. I should have them,” Sanders said. “I was very, very, very good to be able to say in the interview. In one of the interviews, I was so good that the guy asked me when to start. I told him when it was possible, and they went in the other direction. I wasn’t upset. It just meant that God needed me to stay in Jackson. To do.”

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Sanders didn’t say what job he interviewed for.

Fort.Valuable Star-Telegram reported: Sanders interviewed for the job of TCU head coach After Horned Frogs was “impressive” after breaking up with longtime coach Gary Patterson. The report arrived when Sanders had been in the hospital for nearly a month after having had toe surgery and missed three games.

“Well, TCU isn’t the only one interested in my service,” Sanders said when asked to answer the interview report. “(Jackson State Athletics Director) Ashley Robinson is interested in my service and is completing what I have completed, especially when I have been in the hospital for nearly a month. Don’t believe the rumors. Listen, my man. “

This is not the first time Sanders has been linked to another work. There was speculation about what would happen if Sanders’ alma mater, Florida, decided to move from 8-13 year old Mike Nobel to Seminole for two seasons.

Sanders also talked about his interest in coaching at the NFL.

“I don’t know about it, my guy,” Sanders said. “I don’t want to teach a professional. I’m not a professional guy. I can’t stand a rich man who has a problem. I can’t stand a rich man who stays rich and doesn’t want to keep earning checks. . “

Since the reported TCU interview, Sanders has led Jackson to the SWAC title and starred in the de facto HBCU national title game Celebration Bowl. He has been selected as an FCS Coach of the Year and a SWAC Coach of the Year. He signed Travis Hunter, the nation’s number one recruit, a five-star cornerback, away from Florida.

This article was originally published in the Mississippi Clarion Ledger: Deion Sanders interviewed for 3Power-5 work, says Jackson coach

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