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Deion Sanders Predicted To Leave Colorado For SEC Job In 2025...........
© Cris Tiller / USA TODAY NETWORK
Despite him continually saying he isn't going anywhere, one sports outlet is projecting Deion Sanders to leave Colorado for the Florida job in 2025...
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"With Shedeur and Shilo gone from the Colorado program after this season, nothing keeps Sanders tied to Boulder. Sanders loves Texas and the Southeast portion of the country. He cut his teeth at Florida State and was a superstar for the Falcons and the Braves. He has lifted teams as a player and now as a coach," TWSN predicted this week.

"The clock is ticking on Billy Napier and time is not on his side. With Deion Sanders prime to move on to bigger and better in a place that is already home, expect him in the Swamp come the 2025 season."
(The Spun)
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Borntoboogy1 month
Mississippi State, anyone!
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LSU82Cajun1 month
DEIon Sanders instead of changing the landscape of college football he’ll probably FU every university he goes to.
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ScrappyDoo1 month
Cormani McClain can't catch a break. Poor kid if this comes to fruition.
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As the swamp burns
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PureBlood1 month
He cant hack it at CU, what makes any AD think he'll be able to hack it in a more prestigious conference?
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mule741 month
The roster at CU is going to be an all time disaster when he leaves.

They will be even worse than they were when he arrived.
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theCAW1 month
TheCaw predicted this like 3-4 days ago

Larry Leo reads “the caw”!
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Ironlung1 month
I predicted this 2 years ago.
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Tasseo1 month
Wait... what happened to his son getting drafted in the first round by one of the teams he listed??
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YMCA1 month
They always seem to forget that you can be a good recruiter, but it doesn’t make a shite if you can’t coach. Standing on business only gets you so far.
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Sevensblue1 month
Nah Dallas cowboys HC in waiting bro
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CajunBullet30 days
That would be more fitting for Deon to the NFL. They deserve him and his foolishness!
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SwampyWaters1 month
He's the most overrated coach in college football ever! He won in the SWAC and then 4-8 at Colorado and now he's supposedly up for an SEC job! Just when Gator fans thought things couldn't get much worse than Napier, hire Deion and they quickly find out what it really feels like to be at the very, very, very bottom! Of course, he will have Sapp to keep everything in order! LOL!
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DeafVallyBatnR1 month
I guarantee Florida Gator Alums ain't hiring this Seminole to coach in
Gainesville. No way Jose
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DVinBR1 month
i predict he quits after his sons finish school
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CajunBullet30 days
That is why he became a head college football coach. So, he can play "Daddy Ball" with his kids so they will be highlighted and brought to the forefront of the team.
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TigerDeacon1 month
So he went 4-7 with the two best players he brought with him from the previous job. Now he loses them and he gets a better job?
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Morpheus1 month
As much as I dislike Florida, I can get on board with this disaster.
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LSUFANMICK1 month
Doubtful
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Champs1 month
Please, please, please. Keeping Florida bad one hire after another. Love it
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tokenBoiler1 month
Florida? Nah, Sanders is rough, tough, real stuff. Look for Elko to get bought out - they can afford it.
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ExpoTiger1 month
lol what?
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cajunmud1 month
Vandy maybe
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POTUS20241 month
Making a Nole the head coach at UF is never going to happen. Ben Sasse and Scott Stricklin would be run out of town in 5 minutes.
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ForeverGator1 month
I'll return my diploma and burn all of my Florida gear if this happens.
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bigDgator1 month
Ditto
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biglego1 month
You should do that anyway
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theballguy1 month
Underrated comment.
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