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It was Brantley- all the agents wanted him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Some Gator boosters I know have been concerned with issues about Easley. I assumed it was academics or pot.
Pains me to say it, but that's some innovative thinking by the gators. Copy cats will come soon. Only a matter of time until "player's guardian" becomes the highest booster level at auburn.
I think there is more here to debate....and not just the "ethical" adoption....
First....he received $2700 in benefits and got a 2 game suspension against 2 pansies???? We had guys get a free pair of shoes and missed 6 games.......
Second, the "new father of the year" has already had issues with possible NCAA violations at another school....
Lastly, uf is claiming the friends just happened to be in Miami.....ok, prove it.
Wait a second.
So this guy provides Floyd with some benefits. They get caught, Floyd has to pay him back, and get suspended for 2 games.
This same guy is a guy that is no longer allowed to be associated with USC for major violations pertaining to him being a booster there.
This same guy then after basically getting a slap on the wrist "adopts" Floyd at the age of 20 and provides him with countless benefits and even throws him parties where his "football buddies" can come to?
IF UF gets away with this, then I really feel bad for Miami.
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