“We’ve seen Ed in the light for a multitude of years. We’ve never seen Ed lose composure and speak out,” said Sanders. “So the fact that he did — why don’t we ask ‘what happened, Ed? Because he’s been a pillar of consistency his whole life,” Sanders said.
Sanders, who was a teammate of Reed during a brief stint with the Baltimore Ravens, said the school will be successful with the Hall of Famer at the helm.
“I support Ed. I love Ed,” he said. “He got it right. And I support Bethune because they are going to be wonderful with Ed at the helm, I feel.”