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Diet Cokehead
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Meh. Gino Torrey-etta's interview was more positive towards JFF.

proudtoknow
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What???
His comments speaks volumes to the TINY world people like he live in! How can one possibly comment on things with any credibility without paying attention to what's going on across the entire nation?? He only took JFF seriously AFTER the Bama game!?

Unreal.


Kasey Cheshier
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i hear ya proundtoknow... i guess that alabama upset was his break-out game for JF heisman's campaign with the national media. If you honestly ask who is the best player in college this year and made the biggest impact with his team... Johhny Football is the man! Hope he wins! - interesting article...great job Gabe!

tiger08
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We were a two loss team going into Bama and everyone expected is to lose. Most people started to pay attention to us after that game. Don't be surprised it was like that for anyone outside of the SEC world. Beating bama put us on the national stage for the first time in a while.

hornsoff
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He already voted, and it did NOT sound like he voted for JFF!

Aggiebrewer
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The old man philosophy of not voting for a fish is THE ONLY thing that keeps Johnny from hoisting the bronze.

agjo
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Times have changed ... he WILL lift it!

Major Appledoosh
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Does he get two votes since he won it twice?

Major Appledoosh
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I'm an idiot...they addressed that (further on) in the interview. Premature surmization. My apologies.

TxAgswin
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Well, there's another vote JFF didn't get.

scrap
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I wish he was ask to name his top 3. Johnny will win against the others as long as he is at least in the top 3 of the ballots. I just think there will be a few voters that may try to manipulate the ballots in a way that leaves Johnny out of the top three.

agjo
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posted 7:14p, 12/01/12this user's public profilesend private message to useredit this replyobject to this reply



Griffin doesn't want to vote for JFF because AG knows Johnny Football has skills to win more than one and AG wants to remain being the only one to win it twice. That competitive nature and athlete's ego is still in him.

Muffy
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Arch only gets 1 vote. I think you should get 1 vote for every one you win.

Archie is really, truly, a nice man. He is a good person through and through.


 
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