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you'd think we'd be used that around here, with all of the Camolina fans we saw after he was drafted.  Haven't seen quite so many of them around lately.  They must all be Wilson and Kaep fans now...like our illustrious OP.

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obviously some clowns are more fans of players, especially if they attended their favorite college for 3 out of their 4 years.

Yeah those stupid player fans...

"Why yes my name references Peppers of UNC-CH why do you ask?"

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You will understand one day when you attend a 4 yr uni.

 

...No? I'm currently at UNC and I actually know some of the players (both football and basketball) on a personal level, but you don't see me becoming a Cards fan because of Jonathan Cooper or a Bengals fan because of Gio. Or even a Blazers or Clippers fan because of Dex or Reggie, respectively.

 

That's not how it should work. Most players who attend these schools don't even abandon their original team that they've always been a fan of. It's just stupid and doesn't make sense.

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Ohhhh, a hipster Seahawk wearing a hoodie. How edgy.

It would be perfect if he had some sandals and a goatee.

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