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King Taharqa

Peppers speaks on "redemption" vs. Panthers offense

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Peppers - Caledon Hockley

John Fox - Ismay

Nakamura - guy that gets his nose broken by Kate Winslet

Hurney = Mr. Andrews

JR = Captain EJ Smith

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Real good Peppers. Pick on a crappy offense that's already down that you know you are going to dominate

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That means we're going to lose aren't we?

I really feel that we are going to get crushed. I mean stomped.

:(

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Fug Poopers.

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Dumb fug should have been flunked out of unc and been sent to work on a pig farm, but instead .............

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