Warren Sapp Backflipping, Never Forget Reebok Pumps & South Alabama Player Has Huge Beard

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Hope you didn’t have Southern Miss minus the points last night

I think it’s safe to say Southern Miss head coach Jay Hopson wasn’t happy with that performance out of his team in a 32-21 loss to South Alabama. IT WAS SOUTH ALABAMA’S FIRST ROAD WIN IN THREE SEASONS! But, it’s college football 2020 and anything can happen. My big takeaway from the game last night was that the stands didn’t look too bad. It was good to hear fans cheering.

Did you hear the news about Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas going cashless? Throwing down a Benjamin Franklin & telling the bartender to get you a couple of drafts & keep the change won’t work when fans are eventually allowed into this place. No cash. Fans will be allowed to pay with debit or credit cards, or mobile wallets. And there will be cash-to-card kiosks where you’ll get a debit for your cash. I’m sure there’s a service fee on that transaction. Welcome to the future of NFL stadiums. That said, keep working on your home bars this winter.

Finally, Gardner Minshew is talking a big game about not tanking. We get it, he’s not trying to tank because that would cost him money and a job, but the front office is doing a great job of it. Two trades and Leonard Fournette released this week. Pray for Gardner and the Jags.

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  1. That’s great stuff from Sapp, a few years back I was reading a thread on a Seminoles board about their greatest opponents of all time, enjoying the props that my boy Philip Rivers got from them. I was also highly impressed with their respect for Sapp, evidently he had a game against the Noles back in his Cane days when he was “The best athlete on the field at 300lbs, absolutely destroying their offense”. They couldn’t do anything to stop him.

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