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Lilsmitty09

does anybody here want to see...

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an old/new funny/cool/weird thing from any panther game? for example, steve smith yelling get the f*** up in the cardinal game this year, or when delhomme ripped his pants (currently trying to find) . i am just taking requests, because i know of a source where to find some older games....so if you have any request, please tell me what, the year, the game, etc. and i will upload to my youtube channel and post here. :cheers2:

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I would like to see a video that has all the time Smith cussed out Clausen.

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Steve Smith owning Fred Smoot back in 05 the rowing the boat on em.

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I would like to see a video that has all the time Smith cussed out Clausen.

Smitty gave Clausen a lot of support...

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Steve Smith owning Fred Smoot back in 05 the rowing the boat on em.

i actually already have that done...i can post it on here if you'd like..

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When King poo his pants

LOL..when was this?

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Sure, I've seen most your vids but I geuss I missed it. And since your taking requests, I'm a huge Lafell fan so I'd love to see a vid on him, even though he doesn't have alot of big plays, I'm sure a little mix of college highlights wouldn't hurt.

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