Deion Sanders, a two-sport star, explains his greatest professional challenge: 'I hit that baseball.'

Shannon Sharpe, a three-time Super Bowl champion, was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2011 alongside Deion Sanders.

Sharpe, a former Denver Broncos player who now works for ESPN, 

visited Colorado on Friday to interview Sanders for the current episode of "First Take."

The show went to Colorado's campus to preview the Buffaloes' game versus Colorado State.

During Sanders' debut, Sharpe questioned the two-sport star which of his games provided a greater difficulty.

Aside from his legendary NFL career, Sanders played nine seasons in Major League Baseball. 

"You played football, baseball, basketball.... all-state basketball, and now you're a coach."

 "Which one is the most difficult?" Sharpe inquired of Sanders."That baseball ain't no laughing matter. 

That's why they fail seven out of ten times while earning $300... $400 million per year," Sanders remarked.

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