footnfan1

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footnfan1 last won the day on December 23 2016

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About footnfan1

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  • Birthday 03/21/1959

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    Naples
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    Family, 3 dogs, twice daily swimming, UCF sporting events and select USF events.Just a regular guy.

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  1. Judy has been living in the gym apparently. Nice donation. Well done.
  2. Interesting, good luck.
  3. 3-0 USF should be enough to win this. Howell not having a good night. USF taking advantage, well done.
  4. Wow. Still learning about these beverages......late the the party ..at 58!
  5. Listening now, sounds like a nice crowd. Marc Daniels throwing a lot of praise on USF coaching for playing freshmen last year, paying of big time this year. 2 REALLY good pitchers throwing tonight.
  6. I hope he has a speedy and complete recovery.
  7. A pre-packaged Cuban? Cuban sandwiches are the caviar of sandwiches. Buying one pre made? I mean really...gonna have to go hurl
  8. 6 year deal? That is pretty solid.
  9. Yes he did, I was rather impressed by how he kept working hard to improve, during a very difficult season.
  10. JTRUe, I could be describing it poorly, here if GA comments several years ago: The league's athletic directors, meeting in Rhode Island last month, approved a policy that allows athletes in all sports to transfer from one member school to another, providing the athlete sits out one season (as already required by the NCAA) and additionally surrenders an additional year of eligibility. The latter part of that, in place with other leagues, is fairly prohibitive -- for example, an athlete who played as a true freshman at Memphis could transfer to SMU, but only after sitting out a year, and then having only two years of remaining eligibility instead of three. http://www.tampabay.com/blogs/bulls/athletes-can-transfer-within-american-but-at-a-cost/2137227