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John Tonison

USF what a joke.....

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5 minutes ago, John Tonison said:

yup pond scum, not worth the effort........

Yet, you're here ...................... smh. You really really suck at this.

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28 minutes ago, John Tonison said:

yup pond scum, not worth the effort........

So you’re here to prove we’re not worth your time?

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3 hours ago, JTrue said:

So you’re here to prove we’re not worth your time?

I'm almost embarrassed for him ....

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This is what is embarrassing😂😂😂

 

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11 minutes ago, John Tonison said:

This is what is embarrassing😂😂😂

 

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Rolled out of bed and your first thought was USF... Or did you wake up around 6am and force yourself to wait until 9:30 to post so you didn't seem too eager?

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7 hours ago, John Tonison said:

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... smh.

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On 1/16/2019 at 9:49 AM, John Tonison said:

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How many people in these pictures were either fired, resigned, sued, arrested, investigated, jailed (coming), or failed to graduate?

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7 hours ago, Grateful Dad said:

How many people in these pictures were either fired, resigned, sued, arrested, investigated, jailed (coming), or failed to graduate?

Is that a serious question?......UCF student-athletes are graduating at a higher rate than any other NCAA Division I FBS public institution in the nation. Based on data released by the NCAA, UCF has an overall Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 94 percent.

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USF's athletic program posted an overall 84-percent graduation success rate (GSR) in the latest Division I data released Wednesday by the NCAA

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