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  Shedeur Sanders threw three touchdown passes, Al Young returned a fumble for a touchdown, and Jackson State held off Mississippi Valley State 28-19 on Saturday. In addition to Young's fumble recovery, the Jackson State defense compiled six sacks and four interceptions. Sanders completed 18 of 31 passes for 257 yards with two interceptions and was sacked twice. Jalani Eason's 23-yard touchdown pass to Datavio Porter gave MVSU a 12-7 lead early in the third quarter but Jackson State regained the lead on a 41-yard touchdown pass from Sanders to Malachi Wideman. Later in the third, Young returned a fumble 26 yards for a touchdown and a 21-12 lead for the FCS No. 16 Tigers (7-1, 5-0 SWAC). Early in the fourth quarter, the Delta Devils (2-6, 1-4) drew within two points on a 1-yard run by Caleb Johnson before Jackson State responded with a 74-yard TD pass from Sanders to Trevonte Rucker to close out the scoring. Eason was 14-of-26 passing for 125 yards with the one touchdown and four interceptions. - AP College Football

(DS#13 QB) So/2025 QB Shedeur SandersJackson State
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  Shedeur Sanders threw for 309 yards and four touchdowns and Jackson State routed Bethune-Cookman 42-12 on Saturday. Shannon Patrick threw a 29-yard scoring pass to Dylaan Lee late in the first quarter, and a field goal early in the second gave the Wildcats a 9-0 advantage. Sanders and the Tigers (6-1, 4-0 Southwestern Athletic Conference) took control from there. The freshman Sanders led a seven-play, 71-yard drive that ended with a 28-yard scoring pass to Malachi Wideman with 9:53 before halftime. Four-and-a-half minutes later, Sanders ran for a 17-yard score, and following a Wildcats (0-8, 0-5) turnover, Sanders threw a 4-yard scoring pass to Wideman for a 21-9 lead to close the half. Isaiah Bolden's 94-yard kickoff return to start the second half sealed it for the Tigers. Patrick threw for 119 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions. - AP College Football

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  Shedeur Sanders threw for two touchdowns, Santee Marshall rushed for 96 yards, and Jackson State won its homecoming game 28-7 over Alabama State on Saturday. The Tigers, who have not allowed more than 17 points in any game this season, held Alabama State to 157 yards and eight first downs. Keonte Hampton had nine tackles, seven solo, for the FCS No. 25 Tigers (5-1, 3-0 SWAC East). Sanders, the son of Jackson State coach Deion Sanders, completed 17 of 29 passes for 201 yards and the Tigers added 149 yards on the ground. Myles Crawley was 9 of 26 passing for 117 yards for the Hornets (3-3, 2-2). He threw 17 yards to Jeremiah Hixon for a touchdown that tied the score at 7 in the second quarter. Jackson State controlled the second half as Sanders had a short TD pass to Malachu Wideman, Marshall scored on a 4-yard run and JD Martin capped the scoring with a 21-yard run in the fourth quarter. Keith Corbin III caught seven passes for 113 yards and a touchdown for the Tigers. - AP College Football

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  Shedeur Sanders passed for 249 yards and four touchdowns, Santee Marshall ran for 122 yards and two scores and James Houston IV set the tone as Jackson State romped to a 61-15 victory over Alabama A&M in Southwestern Athletic Conference play on Saturday. Houston delivered the first score when he sacked Aqeel Glass - forcing a fumble that he returned 67 yards for a TD just 3:36 into the game. A 2-yard scoring run by JD Martin and Sanders' 6-yard TD toss to Joshua Lanier had the Tigers (4-1, 2-0) leading 20-0 after one quarter.

Glass pulled the Bulldogs (3-2, 1-2) within 20-7 with a 10-yard TD toss to Zabrian Moore, but Sanders put the game out of reach with a 37-yard scoring strike to Trevonte Rucker on the ensuing drive and a 12-yard TD toss to Warren Newman with 26 seconds left in the half for a 33-7 lead. Sanders hit Malachi Wideman for a 20-yard score before scoring on a 29-yard run. Marshall's 53-yard scoring run capped a 21-point third quarter for Jackson State. Sanders completed 17 of 24 passes as the Tigers piled up 496 yards on offense. Glass completed 26 of 40 passes for 293 yards and two TDs. Odieu Hiliaire had 10 catches for 117 yards and a score. The Bulldogs rushed for only eight yards on 32 carries. Glass had 10 totes for minus-47 yards. - AP College Football


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  Shedeur Sanders threw for three touchdowns and Jackson State held on downs inside its own 10-yard line in the final minute to hold off Division II Delta State 24-17 on Saturday. A 24-yard punt return by Robbie Evans set up Delta State at the 25-yard line with less than three minutes remaining, trailing 24-17. The Statesmen (2-2) converted on fourth down, then after a holding penalty and a short completion Patrick Shegog threw to Dohnte Meyers for 14 yards to the 7-yard line. Shegog then threw incomplete on third and fourth downs. Sanders completed 25 of 36 passes for 251 yards. Two of his touchdowns went to Keith Corbin III, who caught eight passes for 113 yards. Jackson State (3-1) led 17-0 at halftime but had to hold on in the end after Shegog's 35-yard TD pass to Meyers and Deion Dampier's 64-yard touchdown run helped close the gap. - AP College Football

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  SEPT 13 STATS FCS NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Shedeur Sanders, Jackson State, QB, Fr., 6-2, 215, Canton, Texas,...The younger of coach Deion Sanders' two sons on the Jackson State squad completed 30 of 40 passes for 362 yards and three touchdowns as the Tigers beat Tennessee State 38-16. His completions were a record for the Southern Heritage Classic, and the passing yards were the most by a JSU quarterback since 2015. He connected with nine different receivers, and the scoring passes went for 14, 67 and 10 yards and built a 24-7 lead. Honorable Mention: William Barber, DB, Robert Morris; James Conway, LB, Fordham; Victor Dawson, RB, Merrimack; Stone Earle, QB, Abilene Christian; Westley Neal Jr., DT, Rhode Island; Gene Sledge Jr., RB, Northern Colorado; Trent Tompkins, RB/PR, UC Davis; Sy'Veon Wilkerson, RB, Delaware State. - STATS FCS Football

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  Shedeur Sanders threw for 362 yards and three touchdowns Saturday night to lead Jackson State to a 38-16 victory over Tennessee State in the Southern Heritage Classic. Sanders completed 30 of 40 passes as Jackson State (2-0) used a pair of third quarter scores to build its lead. In the frame, the freshman from Canton, Texas connected with Keith Corbin III for a 67-yard touchdown and then completed a 10-yard scoring toss to Shane Hooks. An 81-yard punt return by Warren Newman in the fourth quarter added to the Jackson State advantage.

Tennessee State (0-2) could manage little offensively, particularly when Jackson State was building its lead. In that third quarter, when Jackson State pulled away, Tennessee State managed only 54 yards of offense. Sanders spread around his passing, connecting with nine receivers, the highest number of completions in the Southern Heritage Classic history. The 362 yards passing was the third-highest ever for the game. The game featured two former NFL stars coaching on the sidelines - Eddie George for Tennessee State and Deion Sanders running the show for Jackson State. - Jackson State/AP College Football


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  Shedeur Sanders scored the only touchdown of the game and the Jackson State defense got two fourth-down stops in the closing minutes to help the Tigers beat Florida A&M on Sunday in the Orange Blossom Classic at Hard Rock Stadium. Sanders, the son of football hall of famer and Jackson State coach Deion Sanders, was 18-of-24 passing for 221 yards and scored on a 1-yard run that capped a 10-play, 69-yard drive and made it 7-3 early in the second quarter.

JSU's Trey Lockhart tackled Chad Hunter just shy of the first-down marker to force a turnover on downs near midfield with 2:59 to play. After the Tigers (1-0, 1-0 Southwestern Athletic Conference) went three-and-out on the ensuing drive, Bishop Bonnet ripped off a 20-yard run to move FAMU to the Jackson State 38 with 30 seconds left. Junior Muratovic threw three consecutive incomplete passes before being sacked by James Houston and Cam'Ron Silmon on fourth-and-10 to seal it. Muratovic, a true freshman, replaced starting quarterback Rasean McKay early in the fourth quarter for Florida A&M (0-1, 0-1). McKay was 18-of-29 passing for 78 yards and Muratovic completed 5 of 12 for 47 yards. Jackson State had a chance to extend its lead with about five minutes left but had an 11-play, 77-yard drive stall when Peytton Pickett was stopped for no gain on a fourth-and-1 run from the FAMU 19. - Jackson State/AP College Football


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  Tennessee football wide receiver Malachi Wideman announced he was entering the transfer portal Thursday. He only spent one season with the Vols and will have four years of eligibility remaining. A former four-star recruit, Wideman made his announcement in a Twitter post citing his intention to a go to a school where he could showcase his talent on the basketball court as well as the football field. "I am embarking on a future that will allow me to showcase my God-given talents on a solid platform in basketball and football," Wideman wrote. "I will always have love for Tennessee and my fellow teammates, but at this time, God has compelled me to choose another path. I have entered the transfer portal." Wideman's decision comes a week after reports surfaced that he was no longer with the program. He is the latest transfer in the Josh Heupel era following fellow wide receiver Kenney Solomon, who has committed to Tulsa. The 6-foot-4, 200-pound Wideman appeared in six games and recorded one reception for 24 yards in a game against Kentucky on Oct. 17. - Knoxville News Sentinel

(DS#26 WR) rSo/2025 WR Malachi WidemanJackson State
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  Tennessee football's offensive depth took a hit on Tuesday. Sophomore wide receiver Malachi Wideman is no longer part of the program, a UT spokesman confirmed with Knox News. Wideman appeared in six games in 2020, catching one pass from quarterback Harrison Bailey for 24 yards in a 34-7 loss to Kentucky. He will have four years of eligibility remaining with the potential for a redshirt. The Venice, Florida, native signed with Tennessee in 2020 and was the Vols' highest-rated receiver in the class. Earning a four-star rating in the 247Sports Composite, he was the No. 117 overall player in the nation. He outranked fellow 2020 signees Jalin Hyatt, Jimmy Calloway and Jimmy Holiday, though Hyatt made more of an immediate impact. - Knoxville News Sentinel

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  02/21/21 - Jalon JonesJr/2023, Jackson State, 6-3, 220 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Jalon Jones threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as Jackson State rolled past NAIA Edward Waters 53-0 in Deion Sanders' coaching debut on Sunday. Kymani Clarke scored two rushing touchdowns. Warren Newman showed some dazzling speed as a wideout and kick returner and caught a 6-yard pass from Jones for JSU's first score. After a week of rare freezing weather had many residents of Jackson waiting in long lines for bottled drinking water, the atmosphere among 12,000 fans sprinkled within Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium (44,215 capacity) was festive. National Guard soldiers shot a cannon and did pushups after Jackson State scores, and Sanders, an NFL Hall-of-Famer, had a bucket of ice dumped over his head at the end of the game as the people in the stands cheered the win. - Jackson State/AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) Jr/2023 QB Jalon JonesJackson State
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  02/12/21 - Shilo SandersrJr/2024, Jackson State, 6-0, 195 (DS#7 SS) + More +

  The Southwestern Athletic Conference has announced its Spring 2021 Football telecast schedule highlighted by a record number of games slated to be carried on ESPN’s linear and digital platforms. Jackson State will kickoff league coverage on Sunday, February 21 when the Tigers host Edward Waters at Veterans Memorial Stadium in what will be the official debut of new JSU head coach Deion Sanders. - SWAC Football

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  2021 ALL-SWAC PRESEASON FIRST TEAM (COACHES): LB Keonte Hampton, Junior, Jackson State,...The Southwestern Athletic Conference has announced its Spring 2021 Preseason All-SWAC Football team highlighted by Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Keonte Hampton. The preseason team was voted on by the league's head coaches and sports information directors and was announced during day one of the Cricket Wireless SWAC Football Virtual Media Days. - Jackson State Football

(DS#86 ILB) Sr/2022 ILB Keonte HamptonJackson State
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  2021 ALL-SWAC PRESEASON FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OL Cedric Dunbar, Junior, Jackson State,...Dunbar played in 11 games and anchored the offensive line. The Natchez, Miss. product helped produce a Tiger offense that scored 26.08 points per game and 2699 yards of rushing yards for 188.3 per game. Dunbar also aided in the offense in 4663 yards of total offense for 388.6 yards per game. - Jackson State Football

(DS#999 OG) rSr/2023 OG Cedric DunbarJackson State
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  01/24/21 - Keshawn HarperrSr/2022, Jackson State, 5-11, 200 (DS#999 RB) + More +

  2021 ALL-SWAC PRESEASON FIRST TEAM (COACHES): RB Keshawn Harper, Senior, Jackson State,...In 2019 Harper played in 11 games and led the team in rushing with 691 yard and scored one touchdown. The Mobile, Ala. native rushed for an average of 62.8 yards per game, which ranked 75th in the country and averaged 6.06 yards per rush, which ranked 17th in the nation. - Jackson State Football

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