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Deion Sanders slams Alabama and Nick Saban after he commented on Deion buying players to play at JSU

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Deion Sanders slams Nick Saban after Saban claimed Deion and JSU paid the top prospect in the country to attend JSU.

Deion Sanders woke up and went to Twitter. He was pissed after getting new from his son that Nick Saban said that Jackson State paid the number 1 recruit in the country 1 million dollars t play at Jackson State.

Well, Deion responded….

“We as a PEOPLE don’t have to pay our PEOPLE to play with our PEOPLE,” he added.

Saban said regarding Deion and the JSU program.

“We have a rule right now that says you cannot use name, image, and likeness to entice a player to come to your school,” Saban said. “Hell, read about it in the paper.”

“I mean Jackson State paid a guy a million dollars last year that was a really good Division 1 player to come to school — it was in the paper, and then bragged about it. Nobody did anything about it.”

Saban then went after Texas A&M University, accusing the school of “buying every player on their team,” thanks to NIL deals.

“I mean, we were second in recruiting last year,” Saban told an audience at an Alabama booster event. “A&M was first. A&M bought every player on their team — made a deal for name, image, likeness. We didn’t buy one player, all right?”

We all know Alabama is the top team to beat, but it sure sounds like Saban is in his feeling because this is helping other teams level the playing field potentially.

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