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Get out of here McStudly
But I'm not McStudly. Why can't anyone accept I'm just new to the board, go noles!
Did you factor in the Golden Knights' sanctions?
Yes, and the Gaytors still tuck there ball between their legs.
Did we survive testicular cancer?
No, that's not it
We were born with the deformity?
Well...no, but I guess you're on the right track.
Thought you gators were supposed to be smart.
Did you go to Florida?
I am down for a sig bet
So how long? MNC Game or After Signing Day?
I'm in, hahahaha. Gaytors suck.
Flip a coin
But I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express
Then you're qualified, it's almost as good as a degree from UF.
I say till the day after Signing Day
Fsu 21, uf 10.
Turnovers dictate. Both have good defenses.
If jimbo grows conservative, could be much closer. If driskel isn't 100%, uf could be in trouble early.
Thats what I was thinking. You jort wearing Red Necks gonna love your new sigs
Sig stays up till next years game you disloyal, fool ass, bitch made punks
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This post was edited by eastcoastghost 20 months ago
Not guilty y'all got to feel me
Ill be waiting at about 7 pm Saturday to find out what it is
Did anyone atcually listen to that song I posted? What a classic, Bowden would probably even laugh at that one
Dude that wasn't even close to funny
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
Can't wait to see some gates with something besides those ghey goon sigs.
I'm in for said Sig bet.
Noles take this easily
*evil maniacal laugh*
Deserve got nothing to do with it...
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