On the eve of its big homecoming game against Campbell, Jackson State football has yet again drawn national attention.
The university, students, the famous Sonic Boom of the South marching band, and of course, Deion Sanders along with Shedeur Sanders and Travis Hunter were featured Friday on Good Morning America with co-host Michael Strahan.
Here is Travis Hunter, expected to return to the lineup after missing several weeks due to an undisclosed injury, speaking about what it means to play for Sanders.
And Shedeur Sanders, one of the best quarterbacks in all the FCS, addresses what has it been like to play for his father.
On the strength of Deion Sanders, Jackson State — just within the last few weeks — has been mentioned in the same breath as 60 Minutes, Prime Video, and the longest-running morning show on network television.