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can it get any better:
25 minutes ago on the Bodda Getta...post is about Auburn may lose the commitment of Bower.:
"The four-star defensive end told Inside the Gators on Monday that he has received a Letter of Intent from the Gators and said he will announce his choice on Wednesday from Florida, Auburn, and a third team he is still unsure of. Bower's interest in Florida stems from a need at his position and the good time he had while in Gainesville on his official visit. While he is still a soft verbal to Auburn the Gators should feel confident they can possibly steal this one away."
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by luvmybama 17 months ago
Auburn shouldn't publicly announce who they have committed, so when they flip it doesn't look as bad
another comment in same thread..."I don't know why he doesn't want to be a part of this great class"...
great idea!! lol
Because he's not a juco. he doesn't feel like he fits in.
What mom or dad would want their Kid to go to the Barn AKA Thugville.
Auburn fells they will get Elijah Daniel or Bower, not both. If they get Daniel, he is a non-qualifier, so they would be sacrificing Bower, a qualifier, to get him. Stupid.
I'd almost rather have the Barn keep him...they are LITERALLY zero threat to us for the forseeable future. Florida is another matter.
My sentiments exactly.
Lol mystery school
Agreed, UF under Muschamp is the rising power in the East IMO.
He got them back to relevance a full year early and almost brought home the #1 class in the country this year. If they had any offense whatsoever we would've been dealing with them in Atlanta.
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