Deion Sanders blasts NCAA's decision to deny immediate eligibility for All-American transfer OL Tyler Brown

Deion Sanders, the head coach of Colorado, commented on the NCAA's choice to deny offensive lineman Tyler Brown immediate eligibility. 

Brown started his career at Louisiana before transferring to Jackson State, 

 where he played last season under Sanders. He requested a waiver for immediate eligibility with the Buffaloes but was turned down last week due to mental health issues.

In his Tuesday press conference, Sanders remarked, "It does not make sense." Some things are just illogical.

 You claim to care deeply about mental health, but there is a problem when you are dealing with a real mental health issue.

It is also difficult for a young man to be excluded from doing what he is blessed with the ability to do and what brings him peace.

The NCAA decided to restrict waivers for repeat transfers earlier this year. The new rules state that players can only receive immediate eligibility on their

Sanders informed his team after the game that he had accepted another position,

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