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RE: Florida house bill passes to give ucf a "national championship" license ...
(03-07-2018 10:19 PM)BullsBEAST Wrote:  You've got it all. The shirts, banners, license plates, the memes.

Now all you need is to win a national championship

We already did.
03-07-2018 10:45 PM
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RE: Florida house bill passes to give ucf a "national championship" license ...
(03-07-2018 10:19 PM)BullsBEAST Wrote:  You've got it all. The shirts, banners, license plates, the memes.

Now all you need is to win a national championship

And yet USF wonders why they are so generally disliked throughout the conference.

You think the Big12 is ever going to take you ? Ha! You'll be lucky if the Sun Belt takes you after the next round of re-alignment.

USF = the Milli Vanili of college sports.
03-07-2018 11:52 PM
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