School pride can run deep, but in the case of Deion Sanders, his diehard love of his alma mater is causing some major controversy. The former Florida State star and Pro Football Hall-of-Famer was accused of bias while coaching the 2018 Under Armour All-America Game, in which he barely played a star University of Florida signee.

According to Deadspin, elite quarterback prospect and future Florida Gator Emory Jones threw just three passes in the January 4 matchup, fewer than any of his teammates at the same position. Sanders, whose Team Highlight narrowly bested Team Spotlight 23-21, quickly took to Twitter to respond to criticism.

In the last post, he told people to take up their issue with Jones, who appeared to subtweet Sanders after the game, while Florida recruits Jacob Copeland, who appeared in the All-America Game as well, and Derick "Rambo" Hunter, were decidedly less subtle with their messages to Sanders.

Jones later retweeted a message from a Gators blog noting the disparity in pass attempts.

There are rumors that Sanders could be eyeing a spot on the Florida State coaching staff, and, if nothing else, it seems Primetime is certainly proving his loyalty.