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OSU vs Stanford

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Weeden may be 28, but he looks 38

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really? get that on youporn.

I need a catchy porno name.

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God, Weeden is old as poo. He looks like an old man.

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Osu should of been playing for the National Championship.

huh? they struggled to beat Stanford.... LSU would have beaten them easily.

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How old is Weeden? 41 ?

Older than Weinke was. :lol:

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Ha that's the first time I have seen an player announce he is going to the draft in a post game interview. Normally they give the standard response about thinking it over.

We'll he did participate in Senior day, writings been on the wall

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lmao at the fat chick

justin blacckmmeeennnn lol

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huh? they struggled to beat Stanford.... LSU would have beaten them easily.

Ohhh no way in hell they would have won. I just feel they deserve to play in it, based on the way the season played out.

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We'll he did participate in Senior day, writings been on the wall

I know the writings on the wall so I am not surprised he is doing so. But it's happened in previous years when you know a player is going to the NFL but they won't say after the game. First time I have seen it directly after a game.

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Why the parents make that sign for that kid and make him or her (cant tell) hold it lol

Im geekin over here

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