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‘95% Chance’ Deion Sanders Heading To Colorado

The Jackson State coach is red-hot coaching candidate.

CINCINNATI — The likelihood of Deion Sanders in Cincinnati keeps dropping. 

According to Su’a Cravens, Sanders is “95%” heading to Colorado to take their head coaching position.

“I’m hearing that Primetime aka Deion Sanders will in fact be leaving JSU after this season,” Cravens tweeted. “It’s come down to two teams, Colorado & Cinci. I’m also hearing that it’s ‘95% a done deal’ he goes to Boulder next year 👀🔥 PAC-12 about to get real interesting with the Transfer Portal!”

Sanders is the hottest coaching candidate in the country this cycle and was offered by Colorado last week.

He is one of the top choices for Cincinnati fans, but there has been no indication from UC’s end that the school is interested in hiring him as their 44th head coach.

Read here why it would make a lot of sense to replace Fickell with Primetime.

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