We are going to see SEISMIC CHANGE in college football 👀 – Pete Thamel | First Take

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The First Take crew discuss college football feud between Nick Saban, Deion Sanders, and Jimbo Fisher…offering their takes on what action the NCAA needs to take.

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In This Story: Deion Sanders

Deion Luwynn Sanders Sr., nicknamed “Prime Time” and “Neon Deion”, is an American athlete, sports analyst, sprinter and football coach who is the head football coach at Jackson State University, since 2021.

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