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Former Miami Hurricane’s star running back Frank Gore, now toting the rock for the San Francisco 49ers, decided it was time to make the statement: the Miami Dolphins are dead.
Gore is a Miami native, having grown up in Coconut Grove, Florida, but that didn’t stop him from taking the trash out that is the Miami Dolphins.
Gore rushed for 85 yards and a touchdown in the 49ers’ 27-13 win over the Dolphins.
You know it’s bad when you realize Gore made this hoodie before the game even took place.
Keep Hatin’ >> Just a room full of mad Georgia Bulldogs fans [Video] – Warning: adult language used
Tim Tebow has a supporter in the legendary Chuck Norris, who published an article on why the quarterback is the ultimate clutch player and a future NFL legend.
Coach David Cutcliffe and the Duke Blue Devils sent a whopping 115 hand-written letters to 2014 defensive end recruit, Harrison Phillips.
Former Eagles QB Ron Jaworski does not believe the offense new Philadelphia coach Chip Kelly is implementing is going to work at the NFL level.
Former Ole Miss star Dexter McCluster showed new Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid what exactly makes this little guy such a big player with a huge jump.
This is Scott Sitz, pitcher for the Florida State Seminoles, not to be confused with Kenny Powers.
Sergio Garcia issued a public apology to Tiger Woods at a press conference after saying that he would invite Tiger over for “fried chicken.”