Spring Top 25: Gators No. 1, Tech 13, Dawgs 14

 

 

We did our RE (Ridiculously Early) Top 25 back in January, just hours after Florida had won the BCS national championship. Now we’re done with spring practice and June will be here before we know it. So let’s do our Spring Top 25, which should give us enough to argue about between now and two-a-days in August.

Last season’s record and the previously rank in our RE Top 25 are in parentheses. So who did I leave out that belongs on this list?

Have a good weekend. See you Monday.

 

1—Florida (13-1, 1): Tim Tebow is back. The entire defense is back. There are no apparent weaknesses on this team. The only real concern is an Oct. 10 trip to LSU.

2—Texas (12-1, 2): Colt McCoy and the Longhorns will be motivated after coming up one-point short of a shot at the national championship last season.  They meet Oklahoma in Dallas On Oct. 17 and travel to Oklahoma State on Oct. 31.

3—Oklahoma (12-2, 5): QB Sam Bradford, the Heisman Trophy winner, came back to school for another shot at the national championship.

4—Alabama (12-2, 4): Crimson Tide has to rebuild OL but defense should carry this team a long way.

5—Southern California (12-1, 3): QB Mark Sanchez left early and nine starters are gone on defense. So what? Trojans reload and win the Pac-10 again.

6—Virginia Tech (10-4, 8): The defending ACC champions came out of spring feeling good about defense, QB Tyrod Taylor.

7—Oklahoma State (9-4, 7): Georgia fans need to remember: QB Zac Robinson, RB Kendall Hunter, WR Dez Bryant. The Cowboys are very good.

8—Ohio State (10-3, 9):  RB Beanie Wells left but QB Terrelle Pryor returns with eight starters on defense.

9—LSU (8-5, 6): Tigers bounce back with John Chavis as new defensive coordinator and Jordan Jefferson at QB.

10—Ole Miss (9-4, 16): Not sure if I’m totally on the Ole Miss bandwagon yet because LT Michael Oher and DT Peria Jerry are gone. Rebels do have a very good QB in Jevan Snead and a good schedule.

11—Oregon (10-3, 18): Mike Bellotti stepped down as head coach but Chip Kelly was the genius behind that offense. Will challenge Southern Cal in Pac-10.

12—Penn State (11-2, 21): People are telling me that Joe Pa might win the Big Ten despite losing 14 starters. We’ll see.

13—Georgia Tech (9-4, 13): There are some big holes to fill on the defensive line, but Paul Johnson’s offense will be even better in year two.

14—Georgia (10-3, 15): Still concerned about the defense and the running back position. The Sept. 5 trip to Oklahoma State is scary.

15—Florida State (9-4, 12): If the Seminoles can find a couple of receivers they will win the ACC Atlantic.

16—North Carolina (8-5, 14): Tar Heels also need some wide receivers but the defense (19 INT last season) will be very good.

17—TCU (11-2, 17): The Horned Frogs lost seven starters from the nation’s No. 2 defense but these guys are always good under Gary Patterson.

18—Boise State (12-1, 24): Broncos return QB Kellen Moore but have a tough opener with Oregon.

19—Utah (13-0, 19): QB Brian Johnson is gone but nine starters on defense return.

20—Texas Tech (11-2, 20): QB Graham Harrell is gone but Mike Leach always finds another quarterback to plug into his offense.

21—Cincinnati (11-3, NR): Only one starter returns on defense but QB Tony Pike is back on offense. Bearcats are still good enough to repeat as Big East champs.

22—East Carolina (9-5, NR): Sixteen starters, including QB Patrick Pinkney, return from the C-USA champs.

23—California (9-4, 22): RB Jahvid Best is the nation’s leading returning rusher. Seven starters are back on defense.

24—Notre Dame (7-6, NR): I’m not convinced the Irish are that good but the schedule, other than Southern Cal on Oct. 17, is very manageable.

25—Kansas (8-5, NR): With quarterback Todd Reesing coming back, the Jayhawks will challenge Nebraska for the Big 12 North.

 

 

473 comments Add your comment

Lord of the Lizards

May 15th, 2009
11:25 am

FEAR the Charleston Southern Buccaneers!!…Or is that FEAR the Kiff??!!…either way…

Zombie Erk Russell

May 15th, 2009
11:26 am

I just crushed North Ave Dude’s little skull in search of brains. I didn’t see any. I need some brains. Trade School Junkie… no brains there either… Brrrainsssss.

Mikey

May 15th, 2009
11:26 am

Trade School Junkie,

Please put more salt on my fries and get back to work.
PS- Mickie D’s has a drug test coming soon for you based on your delusional post from above.

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Dean

May 15th, 2009
11:28 am

Given the way the Tech’s postings are I don’t even know why our Bulldogs even try to field a team. Year and after year we are whipped by the boys in yellow and gold and we fail to ever accomplish anything. The facts seem so obvious as to why the Red and Black will fail year after year and there is absolutely no history to show that we can ever do better than last in our conference. Whoa is me!
For a team that finally won against UGA they sure spend alot of time talking about our program. I guess hatred is the best form of respect. I get the feeling that is what it really is isn’t it Techies? As much as it turns your little striped guts in and out you have RESPECT for our football team don’t you? That’s exactly why you can’t be pleased to see your rakning and talk about that. You have to talk about UGA. Deep down inside your inner soul bleeds RED and BLACK!!!

Mister T

May 15th, 2009
11:29 am

hop & rxdawg,

Did you watch the uga spring game? What exactly about the dawg’s performance on offense makes you think that OK State (or any anyone for that matter) will have to play that great of defense? They barely scored against the same defense only five months older and still coached by your “beloved” coach willy. Unless somehow over the past five months CWM and his d have transformed into Erk Russell and the junkyard dawgs I don’t think you can contain OK State or really much of anyone. The facts that you lost your two biggest weapons on offense tothe first round of the NFL and no obvious heir at rb…my guess is that the offense is now even more flaccid that the defense proved to be last season.

Prediction: uga loses 4 in regular season. If they start 0-2, they lose 5.

I think the Tech ranking is about right to start the season. Everyone realizes they have potential and will not be a surprise team this year. To get into the BCS they will have to earn it.

I really liked CPJ’s response to the question during/after spring (paraphrased):
Q: Are you concerned that your opponents will get better at defending the triple option now that they have seen it?
CPJ: Oh, I am sure the will, but we will get better at running it too.

The Tech spring game showed the offense has improved. It was much faster even with second stringers. The defense that had seen this offense everyday for 20+ days still couldn’t stop it.

To be fair, on the flip side the same token as my uga critique, Tech did lose three key DL’s. They were not on the same level as the weapons that uga lost on offense, but big shoes to fill. Did the Tech triple option just take advantage of the depleted defense? I really don’t think so. The D did make some plays and jumped some reads. That is part of seeing the TO everyday. I hope this experience will teach them to play assignment football every week.

The big question will be, “how many points will this offense be able to score against defenses that don’t get to practice against it every week?” I was at the Tech spring game. Dwyer and Roddy really didn’t play that much and Nesbit sat it out. There are a lot of weapons on this offense.

If they can keep the fumbles to a minimum…EXCITING!

Bruce Pearl

May 15th, 2009
11:30 am

Layla, So what time did you say Lane gets home??

jason

May 15th, 2009
11:32 am

Opinion on the SEC. UF is the unquestionable #1. UA, LSU, Ole Miss, you raelly don’t know what to expect. You have to go on recent history. Nutt, is a good coach, but his teams always drop a gimmie every year. UA, lost a QB, and their line. Lost some players on D. Saban, love him or loathe him he is one of the 5 best HCs in collage football. They will play sound D, and they will run the ball. Run it enough to work play action to Julio. I do think UA will lose a game to uneffectiveness by the offense. Lsu, luckiest Coack in football. But always has a good D, and playmakers on O. Lsu looks the stongest at this point as far as players coming back. The SEC west will be the stronger division in the SEC this year. Those 3 teams will battle and play some close games this year. I see the west as follows: 1) LSU 2)UA 3)Ole Miss.

As far as UGA, it’s not unbelievable that UGA can beat UF this Year. UGA does have the bye. But alot of things have to go right, and alot of luck has to fall on UGA. The thing with UGAis that noone can honestly say how they are going to show this year. The OSU game is going to say alot; whether win or lose. UGA had alot of players injured last year. They were held out of the Spring Game. So, there was really nothing to tell coming out of that game. I say UGA beats OSU, wins close over USCe. They should win all the way up to LSU. I think they beat LSU, but I worry about the let down coming when they play UT. I say 10-2 with losses to UT and either UF or GT.

Layla is a Gator

May 15th, 2009
11:32 am

So, how do you like my new Teebows??

Bruce Pearl

May 15th, 2009
11:35 am

Yeah, those fit you to a “T”

Huh?

May 15th, 2009
11:36 am

A question for the big mouthed Techies. How is a defense that gave up 80 points in its final two games going to get better after losing 3 of its best players to the NFL?

I won’t hold my breathe on this one. Tech fans are cowards. They only want their egos stroked and for everyone to tell them how great they are. They don’t have the balls to even acknowledge tough questions like that. This is the part where they start talking about how much their diplomas are worth and telling everyone who disagrees with them that they are trailer trash.

Tech fans = Total Joke.

Dean

May 15th, 2009
11:38 am

Anyone that puts alot of stock on the Spring game has little knowledge of college football. I can’t believe I have to say it but it’s a scrimage. It’s only been made popular in recent years becasue ESPN has started televising a few of them. It’s a glorified practice, not soemthing to judge how the season will go. Much like Georgia Tech’s game last year against Gardner Webb.

TechDan

May 15th, 2009
11:39 am

Huh? The answer to your question is: By reloading with better players, of course.

ThaMan

May 15th, 2009
11:39 am

“At least we have Tech to smack around.” I think that dumbassss just woke up. But, What do you expect from a “hanger on” who didn’t even graduate from high school.

Gridiron Gators

May 15th, 2009
11:42 am

We are only here to dominate.

Layla is a Gator

May 15th, 2009
11:44 am

Gridiron Gators…really??

Huh?

May 15th, 2009
11:47 am

Huh? The answer to your question is: By reloading with better players, of course.

What better players? I want names. If they are better, why weren’t they starting last year? If they are good, why weren’t they put in more to relieve the starters that were obviously worn down towards the end of the season?

Such a rosy outlook by the Techies. It must be nice to live life with your head 6 feet up your butt.

ThaMan

May 15th, 2009
11:47 am

Huh – I’m a Tech graduate. I make a lot of money. AND, I will WHIP YOU ASSS in front of your boyfriend. Name the time and place coward.

braveshater

May 15th, 2009
11:48 am

This is a terrible top 10. Alabama at 4? Please. Okie State at 7? Laughable. U media clowns sure do love USC, I mean does Pete carroll set u all up with blind dates or something when u go out there. Gimme A Break. #5, a whole new defense. New quarterback, I know the Pac-10 sucks but Wow. And Ole Miss hasnt proved a thing, they will lose another 3-4 games easy.

Tech vs Dawg

May 15th, 2009
11:50 am

CATFIGHT!!!!

Army Vet

May 15th, 2009
11:52 am

I think Florida will repeat as the NC. UGA will not stand in their way.

Huh?

May 15th, 2009
11:54 am

Huh – I’m a Tech graduate. I make a lot of money. AND, I will WHIP YOU ASSS in front of your boyfriend. Name the time and place coward.

I’ll meet you at Hamilton Homes housing project at midnight. See you then.

Gator teeth man

May 15th, 2009
11:55 am

Teebow will open a can of whup-a$$ on Charleton Southeren. Yall better watch out.

Dean

May 15th, 2009
12:00 pm

What time you due back in BoysTown?

Mister T

May 15th, 2009
12:02 pm

Dean,
Never said I didn’t respect the past teams fielded by uga. I think that they have had excellent teams. You on the other hand live contiually in the past and fail to acknowledge that uga appears to be about to have a below average team by the standards that you have set in the past. Hey, it happens to everyone. No one stays on top forever.

This blog is about prognostications for this coming season. Now those predictions should be based on the talent that is currently on the teams and the current talent’s past performances. That means that nothing past the last three years is really relevant with regard to the teams to be fielded this year..rising red-shirt seniors being the exceptions.

By all counts, uga should have had their best chance to win the sec & nc last year. They fell short of their potential. This year they really don’t appear, based on this past spring practice, to have the talent and experience to acheive thse goals.

Now if you have a prediction that the dawgs are going to win the sec this year, we are willing to listen to the reasoning behind why you believe that. But if all you have is because “Well, we have won 7 of the last 8!” and ” We deserved to be in the BCS champ game the year before last and got screwed.” then don’t bother.

That is as childish as Tech fans saying, “we have 4 NC and you only have two.” or “ours was only 19 years ago, your last was 29 years ago.” That is just sad.

So tell me why your dogs deserve to be even at #14 this year. Tell me how you possibly think the dogs are going to beat Florida this year.
Tell me how your defense is so improved that it could beat any high powered offense. Tell me how you hav replaced two NFL first round draft picks on your offense and are now as good as you were last year. Because tony’s Top 25 practically has uga ranked where they finished last year. How have they improved their team to the point that they have replaced Knowsean & Stafford? I just didn’t see it in their spring game. Maybe Washaun Ealy will be the second coming of Herschel, but I doubt it.

We know that you have beat Tech in the past, but that doesn’t help you THIS YEAR. Tech’s offense is better this year than last. Tech defense has a few holes that it has to fill, but uga has even bigger holes on offense to fill. How does that play in favor of uga beating tech at Grant Fireld this year.

Lets be honest

May 15th, 2009
12:02 pm

ThaMan- Let me guess??? You pay someone to whip somebody’s a**. You need to get off you bee hive and fly back down to the dirt dobbers where you belong. But I will congratulate you… you FINALLY beat Richt.

Otto

May 15th, 2009
12:04 pm

Jason, you are correct in that Les is the luckiest coach in the SEC. However luck runs out at some point and that LSU defense is starting to fall off. Chavis is past his prime. The new QB has one good game. Bama has time to iron out the new team before the meat of their schedule. Nutt makes it interesting but drops a game he shouldn’t to Ark. or Auburn. I’m going with Auburn.

Percy Harvin

May 15th, 2009
12:05 pm

All this reeding is giving me the munchies.

Otto

May 15th, 2009
12:07 pm

By all counts, uga should have had their best chance to win the sec & nc last year.

That wasn’t last year, it was ‘07 or one of the years under DJ or Greene. The OL was young and quickly banged up last year. The preseason #1 was the media hyping a team they didn’t get to vote into a national title game. The die hard fans knew UGA had a tougher road last year.

Cuz

May 15th, 2009
12:08 pm

Summer is around the corner and the Jackets are buzzing out of their nests. Time to get a can of Raid. God knows most of us were not this idiotic when we beat UF in 2007. Most of us wanted to see if we could do two in a row. That answer of course was no.

SC

May 15th, 2009
12:11 pm

FSU has some talented young receivers, you just don’t know their names yet.

Mister T

May 15th, 2009
12:14 pm

So huh?

Did you even read my post? I acknowledged that Tech has holes. I used the same logic to critique Tech that I did uga with regard to the lost playmakers. Did you acknowledge that uga lost two first rounders?

How is uga better this year? I think Tech has reason to believe that they have at least fund starters to replace their holes on defense. They may have even found better players. uga lost the the #1 player in the draft at qb…a very important position especially with regard to how they scored 42 on Tech. they also lost the receiver he thre those td’s to…also one of the top rb in the country. They don’t even know who will be starting at rb coming out of spring. They have just as many questions coming out as they did going into spring.

Please use reason and not just try and shot loud and call names. How is uga better than Tech this year. They may be, but until they play all we have is reasoning and “because we one 7 of the last 8.” just isn’t going to cut it.

Mister T

May 15th, 2009
12:17 pm

Otto, thanks for the resonable comment. I will give you that injuries do play into it. I think uga’s team last year with this years schedule would have been better off. Admittedly, uga’s schedule was brutal last year and played out even more brutal that it appeared before the season started.

But with regard to this year, where do you see the dawgs? and Tech?

Tide rising

May 15th, 2009
12:17 pm

JB and Ramble on,

If we’re going to talk politics then I would like to talk about the biggest hot spot of them all, the Middle East.

My great debate and issue is with Akhmed. Akhmed vigorously espouses the virtues of the single humped camel as a work animal. I vociferously defend the attributes of the double humped camel. Who is right? I also think Akhmed just covets the lesser single humped camel because in the 14th century Ali’s family stole a single humped camel and Akhmed and his descendants are still pi$$ed about it and want a single humped camel again.

Waterboarding vs listening to Nancy Pelosi debate

I would much rather listen to Nancy Pelosi than be waterboarded. Even though I don’t consider waterboarding to be torture it is rather unpleasant. BTW, to me torture is hacking off hands and feet, gouging out eyes, etc. Waterboarding is something we do to our own special ops troops and quite frankly I’ve heard of frat rituals that are more dangerous and painful then waterboarding. Still wouldn’t want to be waterboarded though.

Listening to Pelosi stumble and stammer through her press conference yesterday and contradict her was far more amusing than any sitcom I’ve seen lately. I’ll take Pelosi’s comedy routine over waterboarding anyday.

Roswell Ed, welcome back! As a Bama fan I thoroughly enjoyed your posts and you were sorely missed.

Atlanta Gator, when you get that gator growl moderated I would love to hear it. As I stated yesterday I’ve just seen them hiss but never growl.

ThaMan

May 15th, 2009
12:20 pm

Huh – what is a housing project? I do large scale 5000 sq ft and up home subdividions. Is that what you mean? And did you mean Hamilton Mill? You d bag.

Charleton Southern

May 15th, 2009
12:23 pm

We’re gonna come into that Swamp and beat us some Gator tail!!! We’re stealing Kiffs game plan so we can get it done! FEAR the KIFF!!!!

Bjorn Borgasm

May 15th, 2009
12:25 pm

Tennis anyone?

Preston Parker

May 15th, 2009
12:27 pm

Just want to let everyone know out there, I am now on the Bobby Bowden Honor System…Yes your Honor, No your Honor.

Dean

May 15th, 2009
12:40 pm

Mister T,
Where did I say that UGA had even reached the top? You seem to be in a rambling mood. My posts was to the fact that Tech fans can only seem to discuss their hatred of UGA. Honestly, I have no idea where UGA will end up. That’s why the games are played. I won’t judge from a Srping practice how the new crop of starters are going to fair when they get on the field. Did I say that I expect to beat Florida? Nobody will expect to beat Florida next year. If anyone beats them it will be an upset. Goergia could fall straight down or they could suddenly be a top notch team. Same with Georgia Tech. The difference is that UGA fans generally want to talk football. Tech fans don’t want to talk anything except to try and bash UGA. I totally understand that feeling as well. One can drive through Atlanta and see all the UGA tags and flags in Tech’s hometown and see why Tech has an inferiority complex when it comes to UGA. When you guys want to have a open conversation about the sport of football then I would enjoy to talk about the success and failures of both programs. I don’t see that happening as it seems that Techies are more concerned with trying to throw out some trash. But, before addressing me get your facts straight about what I have posted.

BAMA STAN

May 15th, 2009
12:58 pm

12 NATIONAL TITLES – 21 SEC TITLES!!!

Tony – I think this is a good starting point – based on who left for the pro’s, who is returning, and past records.

What we don’t know is who will come together and be the next Ole Miss (2008) or UGA (2007). Some team will gel along the way and play lights out at the end of the season.

As this being primarily a UGA post – I post my thoughts regarding UGA football – some are popular – and some – not so popular – but at least I am consistent. HERE IS MY CONCERN WITH UGA:
– Underachieve at some point every season.
– They seem to have peaked in 2005.
– 2009 – is a transition year – as Cox will lead – while the young QB’s get ready for play.
– IS UGA the FSU of the SEC???? They are now looking at teams that have passed them – desperately trying to get back the momemtum and edge they had in the early 2000’s. Fielding very competitive teams – yet something is lacking every year.

As an SEC Fan – and a Bama fan – I like seeing all SEC teams do well – except for Tennessee whining Kiffins. I even like Auburn to be strong – so that when we beat them – it means something.

As for UGA:
– most Bama fans don’t have any hate toward UGA
– more of a respectful relationship
– wish we could paly more often because they are usally very good
– competitive games – except for last year – when UGA was more into black jersey’s and #1 than working hard to develop a smashmouth football team – very embarrasing game for UGA and exposed UGA for what they were in 2008. At least you won your bowl game and did not get “UTAH’d”.

In 2009 – UGA could easily go 7-5. But if your defense grows some stones – UGA could win 10 games – and upset LSU – 11 games. However, based on the fact that UGA has a history of “let down” games every season – I predict they will win 7 to 8 games – and looking to 2010 or 2011 to be back at the 10 win level again.

As for Bama – our schedule is alot easier this year – big game against LSU. Even if we lose this game – we could have a better conference record as LSU has to play Florida. Our SEC East schedule is easy this year (TN, KY, SC).

Who is ready for kickoff????

Pago Flyer

May 15th, 2009
12:58 pm

Let’s see, the gaytors…another Heisman winner and another #1 finish.

Not Disappointed

May 15th, 2009
12:59 pm

The Jackets shoud have a good year & Oklahoma St. can be some if they find a defense. “Watch out pups!” ;-)

Saint Bobby

May 15th, 2009
1:01 pm

Preston, son, had you played for me in the dadgum ’90s, you woulda gotten a 5th and 6th chance to stay with the mighty ‘Noles as opposed to only four.

Say hello to your momma for me…

BB

Saint Bobby

May 15th, 2009
1:02 pm

P.S. Mr. Barnhardt, you haven’t called me in over 4 hours. Is something wrong, son?

BMoney

May 15th, 2009
1:07 pm

C’mon Tony, you threw Notre Dame in there just to drum up more responses from the fools reading your column. Guess it worked!

Reality Check

May 15th, 2009
1:10 pm

Bama Stan, some good points, but one disagreement. If UGA peaked in 2005 how did they finish #2 or #3 in 2007. UGA is one year removed from beating UF and Alabama in the same season. As for decline, based on talent base from experts UGA recruiting classes have been consistently top 5 or ten at worst so if the coaches do a better job coaching we should be all right.

Yes we have some issues, mainly with beating UF, but all UGA critics are trying to take one relatively down year and project that UGA is in state of decline. Most teams in the SEC have issues, Alabama is losing QB and top lineman in Country, LSU is starting a green QB and new DC, UT and Auburn have new coaches. The only team without issues is Florida on paper which is why they should be conference and at least national co favorites to win.

Collijo

May 15th, 2009
1:14 pm

My two cents….I’m not on the Ole Mrs. bandwagon either simply b/c the o-line and d-lines will be suspect like in past years. Snead will keep them in games….in the end they lose 3 or 4. Bama is way over-rated with a new QB that hasn’t played a down of SEC football and a O-line that lost 3 starters..I say 2-3 loses for them.
What I find interesting is that no one is talking about Auburn that should have a chip on its shoulders and a solid D coming back…sprinkle in some new additions on O and you might get the surprise team that everyone is looking for. I say 3 losses for Auburn – with a solid win over Bama by first year coach Chizik. Call me crazy… LSU wins the west with 2 losses, Bama, Auburn, then Ole Mrs.

UF is the team to beat in the East..but watch out b/c if Kiffen can get some emotion they could challenge – again they will have a solid D, and if they get the O going with the new additions (similiar to Auburn) they could make a run….I still see 2-3 losses. UGA is looking to be down the year with the loss of their two productive stars – look for 3-4 losses.
That’s my thoughts from Houston, Texas can’t wait to see it unfold!!!

Huh?

May 15th, 2009
1:19 pm

Mister T, you are a typical Techie talking out of both sides of your mouth. On the one hand, you are free to speculate out your bunghole that Georgia Tech will be better on defense and then turn around and say Georgia fans can’t do the same for their team. Typical Techie double standards. This is why I always question my sanity when I engage you clowns in a football discussion. I might as well be talking to a brick wall and that sort of thing can get you institutionalized.

I digress. To answer your question about how UGA will get better this year I have already answered it. We won’t be. Nevertheless, will still beat down your crap program at the end of the season. Its just an opinion. Yours is no better. I have never seen fans of a 9-4 team so freaking high on themselves. You act like your Southern Cal circa 2004. You are most certainly not. You are Georgia Tech and will continue to be our b!tch until proven otherwise. And no, last year’s 3 point fluke doesn’t quite cut it. Deal with it.

Jacket since 1997

May 15th, 2009
1:20 pm

OVERALL LOOKS GOOD..GO AHEAD AND GIVE UF THE SEC,GIVE THE JACKETS THE ACC,OU WINS THE BIG 12,AND DONT REALLY CARE BOUT THE REST…UGAG WILL STUMBLE AND BE 7-5 AT BEST,6-6 WORST…FEEL SORRY FOR COACH RICHT, ALL THAT TALENT AND STILL CANT PRODUCE…..FSU IS ON LINE 1 FOR YOU MARK.

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