“Everybody Has Amnesia”: 29-Year-Old Deion Sanders’ Son Posts Cryptic Message After Dad’s Staggering Comeback

Published 09/04/2023, 10:32 PM EDT

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Like father, like son. Deion Sanders, Coach Prime as he is lovingly known, the social media enthusiast, often shares wisdom with his fans online. His son Deion Sanders Jr., known as ‘Bucky,’ shares this same quality, but with a bit of mystery in his recent message. Bucky, a former football player like his dad, attended SMU in Dallas and also developed skills in rap and videography.

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These talents seem to run in the family, as the legendary Hall of Fame football star and former Major League Baseball player, Deion Sanders, has also ventured into rap, and reality television, and has a long-running career as a sports analyst for the NFL Network. While father Sanders is making a college football comeback after foot surgery, Sanders Jr. took a moment to post a cryptic message on social media.

Sanders Jr. thinks everyone is crazy?

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A few hours ago, Deion Sanders Jr. took to Twitter to share a cryptic message. He described the world as a ‘crazy place.

His tweet stated, “Now everybody has amnesia …. Crazy world we live in.” Whether this cryptic post was directed at someone specific or simply his thoughts is not yet known.

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However, one thing known worldwide is his father’s remarkable comeback at TCU.

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In just nine months, one whirlwind recruiting cycle, and a single game, Deion Sanders managed to temporarily transform the year 2023 into the “Season of Prime.” Former Cowboys player Deion Sanders and the University of Colorado Buffaloes came to TCU’s Amon G. Carter Stadium. They were considered massive 21-point underdogs for the season opener. But they didn’t just show up; they made history. CU, under the leadership of the Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, pulled off an astonishing upset against No. 17 TCU. They secured a nail-biting 45-42 victory, resulting in the talk and praise of the town.

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A big role in this was by Shedeur Sanders, Deion’s son, who set a school record with 510 passing yards. The game also showcased an extraordinary performance from Travis Hunter, who played 129 snaps in a nearly unprecedented display. He became the first D1 athlete in two decades to achieve 100 receiving yards and an interception in a single match. In addition, freshman running back Dylan Edwards made his presence felt, accumulating 177 yards from scrimmage and scoring four touchdowns, a feat no Buffalo debutant had achieved before.

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Since Coach Prime’s arrival on campus in December, the football arena has become accustomed to these remarkable milestones. Deion Sanders has undeniably forged a college program that stands out in its uniqueness.

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Bhwya Sriya is an NFL Writer at EssentiallySports. With a Master's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from an esteemed university, Bhwya tries to amalgamate her love for sports with her creativity. Her interest in sports arose when Bhwya represented her district on a race track in school.
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