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My brother is a high-jump star

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*you don't live on here anymore. Is what you meant to say.

Where have you been during Miami's once in a life time season?

I've been watching. Now if we can just get our football team back on track, we'll be str8

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That's some pretty good bunnies there.

I bet he was pretty good in that conference. Most of those schools don't have a kid that can dunk at all, so he was highlight material I'll bet.

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My brother is a top 3 goalkeeper in the state. Except he got a really bad concussion last week after taking a cleat to the head, couldn't remember anything for as much as a week before hand.

But hell yeah for younger brothers. Making up for how shitty us older ones were.

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Am I the only one that wants to know what TruCatzFan meant?

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That is awesome Floppin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Ever heard of the Fosbury Floppin?

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sick.

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Great bump Floppin.  I was amazed at your brothers talent when you first posted this.

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Good for him! 

 

now on to the more important part of the thread

 

 

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Appalachian ended the conference meet with two jumpers with titles as Samuel Allen took first-place in the high jump, clearing a height of 6-8.00 and Jamal Tiller took first in the triple jump with a mark of 49-5.00.

Milch, Allen and Tiller were the only Mountaineers to win league titles, helping the Mountaineers to a third-place finish with 165.5 points. Samford won the conference championship with 207 points, followed by Western Carolina in second-place with 204 points.

 

 

http://www.appstatesports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=21500&ATCLID=209482961

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Awesome stuff and nice to see Floppin's brother doing work at the college level.

 

 

Ps, I miss TCF and him being an absolute fuging idiot. 

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