I was a big Deion Sanders fan in the 90s.

Loved Prime!

The man set the standard for cornerback — you simply did not throw to his side of the field.

Turns out we’re finding out he’s an even better Coach and a better PERSON on top of it all!

More on the latter in a minute….

What caught my attention was Coach Prime banning those disgusting COVID masks from practice — right in the heart of Blue Boulder Colorado!


I always say, you can spot an Alpha a mile away and Deion is most definitely an Alpha!

Heck yes we do:

I loved this guy’s video….

He’s talking about what happens if Deion keeps winning and the University mandates masks for everyone and Prime just says “No”.

You KNOW he’s gonna win that battle if he’s winning football games!

Love it:


Deion Sanders has banned masks from Colorado’s team? Another W.

♬ original sound – Jack Mac

The Buffaloes are 3-0 and if they beat Oregon next week things are gonna get wild.

I’m not a huge College Football fan and I definitely have not followed Colorado before, but you better believe I’m watching next week and rooting for my new favorite team, the Colorado Buffaloes!

I can just feel it……I think we have a MASSIVE upset brewing.


I’m calling it right now, one week out.

Prime gonna find a way to make this happen!

Prime and Jr. Prime….

Deion’s son plays for the team and he looks JUST LIKE #21:

Now let’s talk about Deion the man.

Known for his flash and attention-seeking behavior, it turns out what you THOUGHT you knew about Prime was all wrong.

He gives all the glory to JESUS and he explains why his “Prime” persona had a much deeper strategy behind it.

This was incredible, watch here:

And I love this from Faithwire:

Football great Deion Sanders praised and glorified God during an introductory press conference Dec. 4 commemorating his new head coaching gig with the University of Colorado.

Rather than leading with self-accolades, Sanders, an outspoken Christian, praised the Lord.

“Wow. Don’t you ever tell me what God ain’t. Don’t you ever tell me His limits,” Sanders said. “Don’t you ever tell me what you’re up against and what you can’t do.”

And he wasn’t done there, as the 55-year-old expressed profound gratitude to the Almighty.

“Out of all the persons in the world, God chose me,” Sanders said. “For that, I thank Him; for that, I love Him; for that, I magnify Him; for that, I glorify Him; for that, I praise Him; for that, I owe Him. Each and every day, I’m trying to please Him.”

Sanders, who described his move to Colorado as a calling from God, spent the last three seasons leading Jackson State University football in Mississippi before accepting this new role.

Sanders is well-known for his 14 seasons in the NFL, with his coaching career building upon that football legacy.

Earlier this year, he shared how a health struggle resulted in the amputation of two toes and a deeper reliance on his faith.

That’s a man of faith right there!

And watching this clip, I think I know where he got it….


Strong mom:

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