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 10 years ago '04        #2641
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 1000bluntz said:
I don't buy that Marve will be some incredible savior one bit. Plus I think while Shannon is a real good guy and everything that he has no idea how to be a head coach. Nix needs to just go far away for y'all in the worst way.
im very cautious on using the word Savior as i feel it may add an amount of expectations that one probably will not live up to...so while savior might not be the right word to describe marve... a Good QB is a phrase i would use.

dude would have started during like week 7 if he hadnt been in that fu*king wreck.

Shannon, is a rookie head coach learning on the fly nothing more and nothing less.

Nix, he does good things but he then does some boneheaded things..but like i said about shannon, Nix is also young as well (only 2 years of calling plays)


So basically you combine Rookie HC + Rookie Coaching Staff + Average Talent with no Heart, No Desire, and are Soft and cant Execute= The Product we have over the last few years.
 10 years ago '07        #2642
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can anyone post the article about PJ possibly decommiting?
 10 years ago '05        #2643
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I'm hearing Robinson and Johnson are decommited.
 10 years ago '04        #2644
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Ain't nobody decommiting, so everybody slow ur roll, especially you bluntz. Get yo a.ss back to the gator threads, and stop talking that bullsh*t overhere, tryna make UF like if it was the greatest place in the world. Anyways, i ain't gonna start no flame here. Here's the update on all those rumors:

November 12, 2007

Matt Shodell, CaneSport Magazine
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Homestead High School LB Marcus Robinson hadn't heard about a report from an LSU website stating that he has decommitted from Miami.

But he says that report is simply wrong.

"I didn't decommit, I'm still committed," Robinson said. "I don't know why anyone would say that."

Robinson did say he had a great time at LSU on an official visit this past weekend.

"It was great out there," he said. "They didn't pressure me to switch or anything like that, were talking about what opportunity I have if I come there."

Robinson says he'll also visit Florida and USC.

"Miami will probably be after those," he said.

So what is the current level of his commitment?

"It's still a very strong commitment," he said. "I talk to coach (Michael) Barrow a lot. It'd be hard for another school to get me because he coached me. I'm real close to him."

Robinson spoke to Barrow yesterday after the LSU visit.

He says Barrow encouraged him to visit LSU and take other trips.

"He isn't worried about me switching," Robinson said. "He asked me how the trip went. I told him it went fine.

"He wants me to take trips – he said I work hard for it, so I shouldn't turn it down, can go and see other things, enjoy myself."

Robinson said UM wants him as an outside linebacker. This year he has 19 sacks and two fumble recoveries, one for a touchdown.

His team's first playoff game is Friday.


* Robinson didn't watch Miami's final Orange Bowl game on television, but he saw lowlights on ESPN.

"I was like, `Damn, the last game in the Orange Bowl they get beat like that, that's not normal,'" Robinson said.

What does that loss tell him?

"That tells me if I go there I'm going to have to play hard to start, but I see I have a chance to go in and start," he said.
 10 years ago '04        #2645
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November 11, 2007

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Seffner (Fla.) Armwood High School OL Matt Patchan picked the final game at the Orange Bowl for his official visit weekend.

And he witnessed a 48-0 slaughter at the stadium. Growing up with a former Cane as a father and as a UM fan himself, that didn't sit well.

"They played terribly," he said. "That was extremely tough to watch. Guys after the game – there's too many guys that just it doesn't bother them that they lost the game. There's too many guys now at the U that `It's okay we lost, well what am I going to do tonight?' Like it doesn't mean anything. They need to get rid of those type of guys. One of the guys not like that is (Robert) Marve. Marve's a high character guy.

"Anytime you lose there's no way around that – if you lose a game, you cannot be satisfied. There's no positives, no nothing. Some of these guys need to get it through their head that that's the reality. They don't understand."

If Patchan seems passionate about Miami's current shortcomings, that's because he is.

"There's a lot of things that go into this," he said. "I've always been a Cane. I grew up watching them. All I've heard growing up was Hurricanes."

And Cane fans no doubt hope his personal interest in the situation could mean he'll pick UM in the end. But he's noncommittal on what he'll do.

"Look, the visit was till a good experience for me," said Patchan, who went in the locker room after the game. "It was fun. I've been to Miami a bit. It adds to everything that goes into the decision process. It adds more information."

Asked if his take that there are players at UM that aren't passionate about never losing a game and whether that would make him shy away from the Canes, Patchan said, "There's going to be one or two guys like that wherever you go. You need leaders to step up and say something in the locker room. You can't have freshmen trying to get the team pepped up. You should have your seniors that are getting ready to go in the draft, their last home game, they should be able to step up, say `Hey look, you're not going to screw up my season. We need to work our butts off.'"

Patchan added, "Half those guys in Miami uniforms shouldn't be there. They physically don't cut it. A lot of those guys were wasted scholarships. That was Miami's fault in recruiting. You can't take a guy who doesn't know how to play football and ask him to do things that are expected out of University of Miami players."

Patchan said he doesn't view the current Cane struggles as a sign he can come in and play right away. The way he sees it, he can play at any school if he works hard enough.


"Wherever I go, if the team is 13-0, wins the title or whatever, or they're 0-12, I still feel like wherever I go I'll be able to make an impact my freshman year, work my butt off to where I need to be," Patchan said. "That's just my mentality."

While the game wasn't a highlight for Patchan, he says a trip to another stadium was.

He got a tour of Dolphin Stadium with coaches Jeff Stoutland and Joe Pannunzio.

"That was cool," Patchan said. "It's a real nice facility. They showed me a lot of good stuff when we were there."

Patchan and his father met with coach Randy Shannon this morning.

"We talked to him about a lot of things," Patchan said. "He agreed with me about leadership, that they need leaders, need guys to step up and do things, that they need good recruits."

Patchan was hosted on the visit by Derrick Morse.

"He's a real good kid – I like him a lot," Patchan said.

The big question: The chances he'll be a Cane now.

"This visit I'll suck in, set it aside, focus on my high school season so we can win a state championship," he said. "After that's over I'm going to sit down and talk to my parents and decide."

Asked to say if the visit was very good, good or not so good, Patchan paused.

Finally he said, "I don't know."


This kid is getting deep with what he saying.
 10 years ago '04        #2646
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November 12, 2007

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Norfolk (VA) Maury High School OT Vinston Painter took an official visit to Miami from Saturday through today.

"It went well," he said. "I had a lot of fun."

When he first arrived at noon Saturday he was whisked to Dolphin Stadium, where UM will play next year.

"It was nice," he said. "That was a nice stadium. I looked at it, walked around the field. I liked it."

Then he went to Miami's final game at the Orange Bowl, a 48-0 loss.

"Our game Friday went kind of the same way theirs did," Painter said. "I can almost relate to how they were feeling in the game. We lost 44-3. I went in the locker room after the game. It was like how our locker room would be after a loss, quiet."

Painter also took a tour of campus, met with coaches, and visited Coconut Grove and Miami Beach while on the visit.

His host was Chris Rutledge.

"He's a cool dude, a real cool guy," Painter said.

Painter said no one pressured him about any decision while he was on campus. He went into the trip with Virginia Tech as a clear frontrunner. And he emerged saying the visit "helps Miami." But at the same time he wouldn't say it pulled UM even with the Hokies.

"I'm not sure," he said. "I have to go home and sit on it for a while. Miami's up there."

Painter says he hopes to be selected for the Army All-American Bowl so he can announce a final decision there.

He spent his final day on campus today touring the athletic facility, meeting with coaches and going to classrooms to get a feel for the school.

"I also got some souvenirs for my family back in Virginia, got some shorts and shirts, Miami stuff," he said.


Painter met with coach Randy Shannon before leaving.

"It was just basic conversation, answering questions about the school, things like that," Painter said. "The whole trip was fun. I got a chance to meet the players. They were just explaining to me how college life is, things like that."
 10 years ago '04        #2647
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November 12, 2007

Gary Ferman, CaneSport Magazine
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Pompano Beach Ely High School DB Patrick Johnson has said in the past that he tells some reporters what he thinks they want to hear.

And it appears that's happened again.

A Georgia website reported yesterday that, after an official visit to the school, Johnson said, "I am opening things back up now. I am open to other schools and not committed to Miami. I am now looking at Georgia, LSU, USC and Florida too."

Not so fast, says Patrick's father.

"He didn't decommit," Patrick Sr. said. "The commitment is still there. Everything's still the same. You know how that goes – you hear different stuff from different people.

"Pat knows what he's doing."

Dad adds that "The commitment should still be there when it comes time to lock it down. He's still there. He just wants to keep his options open, see other schools, what they have to offer. The University of Miami is his first goal."

Patrick Sr., his wife and Pat took the visit to Georgia together.


"It was not what we thought it would be like," Patrick Sr. said. "The atmosphere wasn't powerful like we thought it would be. It was nice, though. The fans were nice."

Patrick Sr. says No. 2 on Pat's list behind Miami is LSU.
 10 years ago '07        #2648
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 Cap Peeler said:
November 12, 2007

Gary Ferman, CaneSport Magazine
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Pompano Beach Ely High School DB Patrick Johnson has said in the past that he tells some reporters what he thinks they want to hear.

And it appears that's happened again.

A Georgia website reported yesterday that, after an official visit to the school, Johnson said, "I am opening things back up now. I am open to other schools and not committed to Miami. I am now looking at Georgia, LSU, USC and Florida too."

Not so fast, says Patrick's father.

"He didn't decommit," Patrick Sr. said. "The commitment is still there. Everything's still the same. You know how that goes – you hear different stuff from different people.

"Pat knows what he's doing."

Dad adds that "The commitment should still be there when it comes time to lock it down. He's still there. He just wants to keep his options open, see other schools, what they have to offer. The University of Miami is his first goal."

Patrick Sr., his wife and Pat took the visit to Georgia together.


"It was not what we thought it would be like," Patrick Sr. said. "The atmosphere wasn't powerful like we thought it would be. It was nice, though. The fans were nice."

Patrick Sr. says No. 2 on Pat's list behind Miami is LSU.
bluntz, just take that and get the fu*k back to your gaytors thread
 10 years ago '04        #2649
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Hurtt has message for recruits

On a night when the Hurricanes were embarrassed, UM recruiting coordinator Clint Hurtt had a message for the many high school recruits in UM's losing lockerroom. And basically, it was this: Get your gear and get ready because you're going to play next season.

"I'd tell them hurry up and get in their mind right now that when they get here next spring or in the fall, hurry up and get your equipment fitted because they’re going to be on the field right away," Hurtt told me in a private moment.

"There’s a culture about this team we got to change. And we’re going to start with the guys with who we recruit. Not because we feel that they’re great players, but because of their mentality and the kind of players we’re recruiting. That’s the biggest thing for us and I would tell them, just make sure they hurry up and get to campus as soon as possible because they got to get fitted and ready to go. Because all of them are going to play.

I asked Hurtt why he believed these potential recruits could really changed the losing culture at UM.

"Everything is about evaluation in recruiting and the guys we’re evalutating we feel are bosses. Guys we feel are hogs, guys who are competitive. Guys, that come from winning programs and they understand what it takes to win. And that’s the reason they’re being recruited, not just because they’re great players because we believe they have a desire to win. Point blank."

It will be interesting to see what happens. UM's 48-0 loss was embarrassing. But in the brief conversations I had with recruits -- linebacker Jordan Futch and cornerback Brandon Harris (a target) -- they didn't seem to bothered. In fact, both seemed happy, like they were licking their chops and couldn't wait to get here next year. UM has to hope that feeling lasts long. The rest of the season is not going to get any easier.
 10 years ago '04        #2650
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Keeping recruits a concern amid UM's slide
Some wavering, but UM expects stellar '08 class

CORAL GABLES - At each home game, potential Miami Hurricanes recruits sit together in the southwest corner of the end zone at the Orange Bowl.

They are so visible fans often ask them to pose for photographs, making the stars of tomorrow feel like they are being chased by paparazzi. The scene occurs in Section X, but these days the question is whether they will become ex-commitments.

With the Hurricanes coming off an embarrassing defeat to Virginia and facing a losing season, the whispers have begun of one of the nation's top recruiting class possibly breaking apart. The recruits say no, but anything is possible in the uncertain world of college football recruiting.

"A lot of people try to go out there and cherry pick," said Jeremy Crabtree, national recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. "In the southeastern part of the country, you've got so many schools that are concentrated. They're already battling for top talent. When you throw in that a team is struggling, they're going to continue recruiting. They're not calling off the dogs."

The Hurricanes have 21 commitments for the 2008 season. It has been ranked anywhere from first to sixth among recruiting classes by scouting services, including No. 1 by ESPN.com. Coach Randy Shannon and staff have already hinted they expect immediate contributions next season, but keeping the recruits and landing additional ones will be tough.

A quick surf of the Internet is all that's needed to know the Hurricanes are in for a f!ght as National Signing Day approaches. The gem of the class is rumored daily to have jumped ship, and a potential commitment ripped into the UM program despite his father being a member of the Hurricanes' 1987 team.

"It's almost like [Shannon] has to baby-sit things," Crabtree said.

Ely cornerback Patrick Johnson is regarded as the state's top prospect. He has been linked to Southern California, LSU and recently Georgia. When asked what happens if UM is blown out in its final two games, Johnson takes a deep breath. After a pause to think, he says, "I'm still unchanged."

"I'm 90 percent sure I'm going to Miami," Johnson said. "I really wasn't concerned with [Miami] getting whupped. I was just thinking that I can go in there and make a name for myself."

Quarterback Taylor Cook of Altair High in Texas felt the same. He watched the 48-0 Virginia debacle with his grandparents.

"It was disappointing to see them lose, but it just gives me more incentive to come," Cook said. "We want to help change things."

For the most part, the members of the recruiting class agreed. But a blowout loss in the Hurricanes' Orange Bowl finale may have been a little too much for potential commit Matt Patchan. He left the stadium more disappointed than an angry fan.

Patchan is one of the nation's top offensive lineman recruits at Armwood High in the Tampa area. His father, Matt Sr., is a former Hurricane, so it was understandable why Patchan was so critical in an interview with Rivals.com after the game. He criticized the current players' attitude and work ethic and said "half those guys in Miami uniforms shouldn't be there."

After reading the comments, UM commitment Jordan Futch said Patchan was only speaking the truth.

"They're going to feel disrespected," said Futch, a linebacker who plans to enroll in January after graduating from Chaminade-Madonna. "They probably needed to hear it. I've talked to some of the [current] players and they feel that's the truth, too. You can't get mad at somebody for telling the truth."

Futch said he believes only two commitments are wavering, possibly linebackers Lerentee McCray of Dunnellon and Homestead's Marcus Robinson. If they go elsewhere, Crabtree says it would be a huge blow because linebackers are the strength of the class.

The positive is the six players from top-ranked Miami Northwestern are all but guarantees to become Hurricanes. The group that includes defensive tackle Marcus Forston and receiver Aldarius Johnson are the reason the class is so highly regarded.

The players have even taken the nickname "Shannon's Boys" to show support for their future coach.

"We're the ones that everybody is looking forward to be the new generation out there," Futch said. "We've come out saying we're going to be a family and have no mercy. This recruiting class, we're Shannon's Boys."
 10 years ago '04        #2651
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kyle wright, lance leggett, carlos armour, willie cooper, kirby freeman, charlie jones, darryl sharpton, spencer adkins, romeo davis, glenn cook, tyrone byrd, cyrim wimbs, khalil jones, matt bosher, zampogna, darren daly, & many other..............
































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 10 years ago '05        #2652
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If ya'll lose these next 2...say bye to a few recruits
 10 years ago '04        #2653
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November 13, 2007

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Hallandale (Fla) High School WR Frankie Hammond Jr. remains a Florida commitment.

But he says the Hurricanes remain high in his recruiting picture.

"I still am going to visit Miami," he said. "I'll also visit Florida and possibly BC as well."

He's already taken an unofficial visit – he was an invited recruit for the NC State game at the Orange Bowl.

"I haven't scheduled the official yet," he said. "Our football team is in the playoffs, we're still playing football. When the season comes to an end I'll make that arrangement."

Hammond remains in regular contact with UM receivers coach Marques Mosely.

"He knows (I'm committed to Florida), but it's a soft verbal so my options are still open," Hammond said. "I tell him my current status, how football is going."

Asked if Florida has a big advantage, Hammond said, "I mean, they have a slight advantage. And the only reason I say that is because they go four wide so the opportunity of receivers getting into the ball game is more likely than at Miami. And academically it's not a bad program at all."

Of how UM's struggles affect him, Hammond said, "It just opened my eyes to see that Miami probably needs playmakers, and I could probably be that person.

"It helps Miami with me because everything seems to be not clicking right. I don't know if they're missing something ... maybe they just need help. It's a developing program. I don't know if next year they'll be national title contenders, but within years to come they'll be back."


What will Hammond look at most closely in the end?

"Academics, athletics, and the need for receivers," he said. "Once I take my visits I'll have a better understanding of what each college is really offering me."

Asked if he's getting flack from some locals about committing to UF, Hammond said, "A lot of people are coming to me and saying Miami will be better than Florida."
 10 years ago '04        #2654
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Meyer has the last in-home with Brown because he didn't schedule an official with UF. Hopefully he can show him how much all these other programs ain't sh*t and UF about to reel off a few more titles in the coming years. Who would want to go to Miami to play for a coach that has obviously quit and who the players don't want to play for? Shannon is fu*king inept on the sidelines, I don't care if it is his first year these losses are fu*king inexcusable the way the lose.
 10 years ago '04        #2655
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 1000bluntz said:
Meyer has the last in-home with Brown because he didn't schedule an official with UF. Hopefully he can show him how much all these other programs ain't sh*t and UF about to reel off a few more titles in the coming years. Who would want to go to Miami to play for a coach that has obviously quit and who the players don't want to play for? Shannon is fu*king inept on the sidelines, I don't care if it is his first year these losses are fu*king inexcusable the way the lose.
lol at Shannon "obviously quitting"


and lol at your foolish arrogance
 10 years ago '04        #2656
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[QUOTE=P. Dedos;10848519][QUOTE=1000bluntz;10848408]Who would want to go to Miami to play for a coach

well to answer your question, 26 players are gonna wanna play for miami by signing day somewhere around there


:rasta:
31 baby..heard thats the #
 10 years ago '04        #2657
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@ these lame-ass schools praying for miami to lose to have a shot at recruits

dade and broward county are on lock bi*ches, even if miami finishes 5-7 most if not all them n*ggas will still end up in orange and green on february 1st:applause:
 11-14-2007, 05:35 PM         #2658
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Look at FSU's recruits compared to UM....these n*ggas is comin to FSU...yall got 3 star recruits while we're raking in 5 and 4 star recruits...fall back son. FSU > UM


EJ Manuel my n*gga....NIGEL CARR..JULIO JONES...BRADHAM...n*gga
 10 years ago '07        #2659
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 Lex Lossis said:
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Look at FSU's recruits compared to UM....these n*ggas is comin to FSU...yall got 3 star recruits while we're raking in 5 and 4 star recruits...fall back son. FSU > UM


EJ Manuel my n*gga....NIGEL CARR..JULIO JONES...BRADHAM...n*gga
dawg, the main website for this sh*t is rivals, but if you wanna bring inother recruiting websites, espn has us at #1
 10 years ago '04        #2660
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Recruits critical of UM
Several football players being recruited heavily by UM sharply criticized Canes players this week. And the Canes don't want to hear it.

On Tuesday, UM players reacted angrily to comments by Seffner Armwood High offensive tackle Matt Patchan, whose father played for UM. But UM oral commitment Marcus Forston of Miami Northwestern and UM target Brandon Harris of Miami Booker T. Washington said in phone interviews that Patchan's comments were dead-on.

Patchan, who attended UM's 48-0 loss to Virginia, told canesport.com that 'there's too many guys that it doesn't bother them that they lost the game. There's too many guys now at the U that [say], `It's OK we lost. Well, what am I going to do tonight?' Like it doesn't mean anything. They need to get rid of those types of guys.''

UM players reacted angrily. ''That insults me a lot,'' tight end Dedrick Epps said. ``It's a false statement. Why would we come to the University of Miami to lose? I didn't hear anybody say what we're going to do tonight. We were hurt.''

Said offensive tackle Jason Fox: ``When someone that's not around your program every day makes judgments about you, it doesn't sit well . . . You take offense. It's unfair.''

Said linebacker Colin McCarthy: ''He doesn't know how we feel. We were all hurt in the locker room. Some may deal with it differently.'' And safety Randy Phillips cracked, ``Evidently, he knows something I don't know from being around here one or two days.''

Coach Randy Shannon, who obviously wants Patchan, said, ``Everyone is entitled to their opinion.''

Forston, a top-rated defensive tackle who attended Saturday's Canes game, said he remains a strong UM commitment, but agrees with Patchan. ''Some guys are not giving full effort,'' Forston said. ``It surprised me. A couple [UM] guys were smiling. I didn't see too much cheering teammates on the sideline. I'm not used to that type of environment.''

Harris, a highly regarded cornerback, was at the OB on Saturday and said Patchan's comments ``are true. Some guys care. Some guys don't. You can sense it. Some are just coasting.''

Harris -- considering UM, Florida and Louisiana State, among others -- said Saturday's UM drubbing ''if anything, would have a positive impact'' on him.

``It lets you know they need players. It's a bad situation.''

UM's Phillips conceded, ``Some guys may not care. I haven't seen it, but evidently it's showing up on the field.''

Patchan, who also told canesport.com that ''half those guys in Miami uniforms shouldn't be there -- they physically don't cut it,'' still is ''absolutely'' considering UM (along with UF and LSU), his father, Matt Sr., said by phone. ``His comments were borne of frustration and his lifelong connection to the team. He's a very passionate kid.''

• UM freshman defensive back Doug Wiggins (torn hamstring) remains away from the team and won't decide whether to transfer until he meets with Shannon after the season, said Jeff Bertani, his coach at North Miami Beach. Wiggins -- who had a physical confrontation with injured safety Anthony Redd*ck earlier this season -- wants more playing time, but Bertani said there's a bigger source of ''friction'' he wouldn't identify.
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Lil mama a thot, and she got ass And she gon' fu-k up a bag
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