Odds Long, But Favor Deion Sanders Coaching Louisville Cardinals in 2021

  • Deion Sanders is heavily favored to not be coaching a Division 1 College Football team in 2021 with -100000 odds.
  • Jackson State University defeated Edwards Waters College 53-0 in Deion Sanders first game as head coach.
  • Deion Sanders has the shortest odds at +2800 that he will be coaching the Louisville Cardinals for Week 1 of the NCAA D1 season.

JACKSON, Miss. - The Jackson State University football team has started their spring season off to a roaring start under first-year head coach Deion Sanders.

The JSU Tigers defeated Edwards Waters College 53-0 in the first game of the season and the win has raised questions throughout the nation on where Deion Sanders could be headed next after Jackson State.

Even after just one game on the sidelines at Jackson State, depending on how his first season goes Sanders could have a slew teams clamoring for his services. Bovada has listed betting odds on which team Primetime could be heading to after JSU’s seven-game schedule.

Where Will Deion Sanders Be Coaching For Game 1 Of The NCAA Division 1 Season

  • Louisville Cardinals +2800
  • Florida International Panthers +3000
  • Western Michigan Broncos +3000
  • Florida Gators +3000
  • Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns +4000
  • Syracuse Orange +5000
  • Baylor Bears +5000
  • Iowa State Cyclones +5000
  • Kansas State Wildcats +5000
  • Nebraska Cornhuskers +5000
  • Rice Owls +5000
  • Colorado State Rams +5000
  • UNLV Rebels +5000
  • Colorado Buffaloes +5000
  • Washington State Cougars +5000
  • Tennessee Volunteers +5000
  • Texas A&M Aggies +5000
  • Georgia Southern Eagles +5500
  • Not Coach Of A Division 1 Team -100000

Looking over these College Football betting odds the Louisville Cardinals are the team with the shortest odds at +2800 to land Primetime as their next head coach. The Cardinals have had Scott Satterfield as their head coach since 2019, Satterfield and Louisville have enjoyed success in their short time together but bringing in Deion Sanders would immediately put the program on the map for recruits around the country.

Despite the long-shot odds on every option on the oddsboard Sanders to leave Jackson State he very well could stay put until the opening he finds the right opportunity for him. One team that was left off the odds board was Sanders alma mater the Florida State Seminoles. Depending on how current Seminoles head coach Mike Norvell does in his second season Sanders could be positioning himself for that job down the road.

Nonetheless, Bovada has Deion not coaching a Division 1 Team in 2020 with the shortest odds at -100000. If Sanders has a stellar year in the SWAC and continues to get some of the top recruits to JSU, it’ll only be a matter of time before a D1 school comes calling.

The next time NCAA bettors will see the Jackson State team led by Deion Sanders take the field will be a March 6 SWAC conference showdown on the road against the Grambling State Tigers.

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