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John David Crow
Ron Dayne voted for Klein (douche)
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Spencer Tillman left JFF off his ballot. Wonder why? He lives in houston, right?
Because he played for OU.
Plus Dayne left JFF off his ballot.
has bradford or white made their votes public?
"I make Blake Munroe carry my bags wherever I go." - Taylor Hamm
Paul Finebaum and Bill King from 247Sports Radio have him at #1
Cam and tebow both voted for Johnny.
man those OU people sure are butt hurt over this........just bitter people
You want to see some really funny stuff check out the Baylor board. They are in denial
Kinda wondering this one myself. I know Sumlin was there for Bradford, was White coaching there yet with Sumlin?
I live in OKC. All the OU guys I talk to are focused on Peterson not getting it because he was a freshman. I think that is why they are lining up against JFF.
He may have only reported who he put number 1.
So all the Oklahoma media is butthurt.
I live in OK too and the sports radio guys are just miserable creatures up here.....Mark Rogers seems to be open minded and willing to just see the world for what it is without the crimson colored glasses.....the rest of these guys are clowns though.
Bob Berry Jr
Al Eschbach (sp)
**those two guys are awful homers
But it's also Oklahoma so who cares
It's butthurt on tap.
Well, when we beat the Sooners you should really enjoy listening to the butthurt. I love fan meltdowns.
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