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Former UNC assistant Tim Brewster joining Deion Sanders' staff at Colorado


Former Jackson State tight ends coach Tim Brewster will be on Deion Sanders' staff at Colorado. This past season was Brewster’s first with Jackson State. Before that, he had assistant stops at Florida, UNC (twice), Texas A&M, Florida State, and Mississippi State. He was head coach at Minnesota for four seasons from 2007-2010 where he compiled a 15-30 record. (Sports Illustrated)

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Former UNC assistant Tim Brewster joining Deion Sanders' staff at Colorado


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