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Deion Sanders Insights on How Jackson State Can Win the Black College National Soccer Championship (Exclusive)

Deion Sanders became the head coach of the Jackson State Tigers soccer team last year and made a big impact. This season, the Tigers hit a record 11-1 and beat Prairie View A&M in the SWAC Championship game last week. Now, Sanders and his team will be ready to play in the Celebration Bowl against the State of South Carolina on December 18, which is the Black de-facto college football national championship game. PopCulture.com recently caught up with Sanders, who revealed how his team can win the big game.

Sanders, an expert Football Hall of Fame winger, told PopCulture. “What we’ve done all season is unbelievable. And we only play one game when they all come in at the same time. I mean when it comes to attack, the defense as well as the special teams. especially, we performed like crazy only once.So for the rest of the matches we took on a tough role.We didn’t beat ourselves, but we did ourselves. We didn’t play our best. Even the last game we won at the SWAC Championship We didn’t play our best game, but the kids played hard. That’s what I’m satisfied with.”

Sanders’ leadership got Jackson State back on the winning track. The Tigers have won 17 league titles and their first since 2007. They’re also just one more away from claiming their fourth and first black college national title since 1996. But when Does Sanders realize Jackson State has a chance to do something special?

“I realized that on the day of the contract, we had already acquired some great talent, that talent was unusual for the HBCU world and that all we needed was a little time. time and time it is spring that we can judge that we can see what we already have, that we can make possible and necessary changes and that we are very painful ever since,” Sanders explained. “And that’s what we did. What we are now, we’re not surprised. I know that sounds smug. I know that sounds a bit arrogant, but I have one sentence. my wall quote right now says: ‘Do Don’t Let My Confidence Offend Your Insecurities’ because we are so confident in who we are, what we are and we How do I go down?”

While Sanders is making sure his team is ready for the Celebration Bowl, the former NFL star is making sure he looks good every time he goes out. Sanders teamed up with Gillette to create the Gillette x Deion razor. As well as helping boys across the country get a clean shave, Gillette has also announced a $50,000 donation to the JSU Tiger Fund at Jackson State University.

“I shave every day,” Sanders said. in partnership with Gillette, created this awesome Razor with my necklace on it with the score whistle, my Prime 21 logo and ‘look good, feel good’, which everyone understands is one of My most famous sayings, it’s a dream come true. But not only that, to understand that Gillette is knowledgeable enough and understands our culture, enough to donate 50k for the academic development of Jackson State and our student-athletes is unbelievable. and also ready to match another 50 thousand. “

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