Deion Sanders scores his first win at Jackson State in a 53-0 win over Edward Waters (1:44)

Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders said after his coaching debut at Jackson State on Sunday that his personal belongings were stolen from his office during the Tigers’ 53-0 victory over NAIA Edward Waters, causing “mixed feelings.” “led the day

“For one thing, the kids played really well,” said a visibly angry Sanders during his post-game press conference before continuing “But while the game was going on someone came in and stole everything I have in the coaches’ office credit cards, wallet, watches thank god I had on my necklaces”

But Sanders denied this in a series of tweets later on Sunday, saying his assistant came across a man who had just committed the theft

No it was stolen but they got it back It was stolen from my personal bag in my office and my assistant caught the gentleman stealing but she was alone No miscommunication my husband at all https: // tco / foXTKwqsQC

Anyone who utters the lie that my belongings were not stolen is lying.My things were taken from a zippered pocket in my office and other items were also taken from my office.We have been retrieving them since they were reported.My employee witnessed the crime #Truth

Sanders, who played Major League Baseball in addition to the two-time Super Bowl champion, is his first college-level executive football coach. Previously, he was three seasons offensive coordinator at Trinity Christian School in Cedar Hill, Texas

Sanders announced on his September 21st and Prime podcast that he would be the next head coach in Jackson state, Sunday’s Game of Tigers was the first in a spring seven-game schedule that runs through April It was too Jackson State’s first shutout since September 6, 2014

Jackson State will host Mississippi Valley State on Saturday, kicking off the Southwest Athletic Conference season

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