What a Sunday for Jackson State.
Shedeur Sanders had himself a season debut as the Jackson State sophomore quarterback was on fire against FAMU, finishing 29-of-33 for 323 yards and five touchdowns in Jackson State’s 59-3 win on Sunday.
The game got so out of hand that Shedeur removed his pads in the fourth quarter and put his jewelry on as he strolled the sidelines.
During an interview, he even talked in 3rd person as he got interviewed by ESPN.
Sanders threw for 3,231 yards, 30 touchdowns and eight interceptions as a freshman, completing 65.9 percent of his passes. He also rushed for three scores and led Jackson State to an 11-2 record and a Southwestern Athletic Conference title.
The team earned a berth in the Celebration Bowl, where they lost to South Carolina State, 31-10.