South Carolina State’s Shaquan Davis celebrated his first touchdown of the day over Jackson State in a means that left followers questioning if it was a tribute to a soccer nice or a jab on the opposing coach.
Cue the “Primetime shuffle” in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium finish zone on Saturday.
Deion Sanders, now the pinnacle coach at Jackson State, performed for the Falcons for 4 seasons after being drafted in 1989 by the franchise, famously calling the outdated Georgia Dome (which has since been demolished) his home. Appears like Davis was staking a declare in Sanders’s territory.
Jackson State grabbed an early lead in Saturday’s Celebration Bowl, scoring the one touchdown within the first quarter. Late within the first half, Davis caught a six-yard cross from Corey Fields Jr., night the rating with simply over two minutes to go. Davis backed up his first-half dance strikes, scoring twice extra to steer the cost because the Bulldogs trounced the Tigers, 31–10.
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