Here’s How Much Deion Sanders Will Make Coaching Jackson State
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NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders is Jackson State's new head coach and set to make $300,000 per year on his new four-year deal...


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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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Freon Sanderclause
Reply13 months
Deion seems like a class act. I think he'll do well. Sounds like a great deal for all involved.
Reply13 months
The changing conferences part is interesting. I wonder if JSU is considering leaving the SWAC?
Reply13 months
On the Herm Edwards to Isaiah Thomas scale of these big names taking odd jobs at random places, I would say that he is probably a Barry Melrose. It’s purely a gimmick hire that really won’t pay off
Reply13 months
It already has. The sports world has discussed Jackson St way more than ever
13 months
No worries. If he does well, he'll be getting a Power-5 paycheck.
Reply13 months
So I make as much as dion?
Reply13 months
Doubtful.... Deion makes 10 times that in interest from his investments I’m sure.
13 months
Someone get this guy a pat on the back and the compliment he's so desperate for.
13 months
So wait... he’s getting paid to get them out of the SWAC?
Reply13 months
Look at the history of Tennessee State University football. They were once playing HBCUs in football, including Jackson State University. Over the years, the school moved out of their conference and migrated into the Ohio Valley Conference. The school now qualifies for more federal and state funds with more business and research grants - opportunities, unlike previously. That has been a big financial gain for the university, when compared to where they were prior to moving in the Ohio Valley Conference. Deon’s vision would be a winner for everyone. I was not a Sander’s fan in pro football, but I am a fan of his now. If you look at his impact at one institution that does not receive the same resources as MSU, Ole Miss, and USM, but if they are able to do what TSU has done, it will be a win-win situation in the long-run. Deon at JSU is not a joke. The key will be him winning at the school. Everything else is possible as for moving JSU into a smaller football conference like Tennessee State University did years ago.
13 months
Look at the history of Tennessee State University football. They were once playing HBCUs in football, including Jackson State University. Over the years, the school moved out of their conference and migrated into the Ohio Valley Conference. The school now qualifies for more federal and state funds with more business and research grants - opportunities, unlike previously. That has been a big financial gain for the university, when compared to where they were prior to moving in the Ohio Valley Conference. Deon’s vision would be a winner for everyone. I was not a Sander’s fan in pro football, but I am a fan of his now. If you look at his impact at one institution that does not receive the same resources as MSU, Ole Miss, and USM, but if they are able to do what TSU has done, it will be a win-win situation in the long-run. Deon at JSU is not a joke. The key will be him winning at the school. Everything else is possible as for moving JSU into a smaller football conference like Tennessee State University did years ago.
13 months
Deon is going win at the school. The school needs to prepare for his departure after four years for another job up. Deon’s son is a talented QB. Once he assembles his coaching staff, he will get his share of three-star athletes to coach up. He has brought over $19 million to the school in sponsorship contracts in one month. He has also aligned the school with a Recruiting Analytics company to help him identify h.s.talent that fits his criteria. He recently reeled in a three-star DL from Las Vegas, NV. He will win. Mark it down!
Reply13 months
Are you related to him lol... it always seems like it’s Southern or Grambling winning the SWAC
13 months
Deon is going win at the school. The school needs to prepare for his departure after four years for another job up. Deon’s son is a talented QB. Once he assembles his coaching staff, he will get his share of three-star athletes to coach up. He has brought over $19 million to the school in sponsorship contracts in one month. He has also aligned the school with a Recruiting Analytics company to help him identify h.s.talent that fits his criteria. He recently reeled in a three-star DL from Las Vegas, NV. He will win. Mark it down!
Reply13 months
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He will be there 3 years tops and the school/program will be worse off than when he took over. Example: Prime Prep (no longer exists) and Trinity Christian Cedar Hill (got kicked out of their conference in all sports, declining enrollment)
Reply13 months
Correct
13 months
It's not like he needs the money, and it will bring in way more than it will cost.
Reply13 months
Butts in the seats gets everyone paid.
Reply13 months
Not these days. Just ask the Saints.
13 months
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