Jason Whitlock calls Deion Sanders a “False God” and claims that his followers revere him with “racial idolatry” in mind.

Jason Whitlock calls Deion Sanders a “False God” and claims that his followers revere him with “racial idolatry” in mind.

 

Following Stanford’s defeat, Coach Prime was charged with being a false idol.

Deion Sanders has come under fire, but Jason Whitlock took his hatred to a new level.
On his “Fearless” program, the former columnist discussed the defeat of Stanford for 45 minutes.
He practically went off on Sanders, questioning the Colorado Buffaloes’ dynamic as he went after him.

This is a step up from what he said last week when he charged Coach Prime with encouraging a losing culture and padding Shedeur’s stats to keep him in the Heisman running. Must we mention that Sanders is a rent-free resident of Whitlock’s brain?

As a coach, he claimed Deion’s post-game message was “inappropriate” and supported dishonest practices.
Whitlock frequently pitches toward his base, despite the fact that Sanders’ comments were perfectly acceptable and Kirk Herstreit of ESPN even praised him for them.
He thinks that Travis Hunter, a two-way star for the Buffs, is being used as a scapegoat and that the reason they lost to Stanford was because they were trying to protect Shedeur’s stats.

Whitlock stated, “We don’t care about Travis Hunter because we have our racial idolatry lenses on.
“We’re not concerned with Travis Hunter’s welfare.
We are Deion’s “Prime Time” groupies, so that is all that matters to us.
In the name of Deion, we don’t give a damn who gets taken advantage of.

“Deion is your god, but you’re upset with me because he’s not your god,”. And now that I’ve informed you that you are worshiping a false god, you’re angry with me.
You only want to have fun. Man, all I want to do on Saturdays is watch football and love Deion, and Whitlock tells me I’m wrong for doing so.
simply because you are.

Before playing No. 1, Colorado is currently on bye week.
At the Rose Bowl, 25 UCLA.
ABC will broadcast Sanders and the Buffs’ next nationally televised game on Oct.
28.
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