Hooters Signs Their First NIL Deal To Notable Arkansas Athlete
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Hooters has signed their first NIL deal. And wouldn't ya believe the lucky athletes are John Daly and his son John Daly II, who is a freshman at Arkansas this year. The father-son duo will be promoting the famous restaurant franchise via social media and through marketing events and activities... (The Spun)

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Never find girls like that at a Hooters
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I wonder if he smokes a couple of packs of reds a day like his old man since he looks exactly like him sans ZZ Top beard
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Hell, why not….
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3,2,3,3,3,2… There’s no paternity test needed to establish that Daly II is Daly the Elder’s son. Jesus.
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Match made in heaven!
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Really,Daly is masquerading as santa claus good god
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is JD's kid good, or is he on Arky's team for name recogniotion?
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He is really good.
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Hes very good
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He’s a legend. I wonder if the contract stated no cigarettes, beer and must wear shoes?
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Did he ask the girls to sit on Santa's lap?
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Should've sponsored Hunter Biden's stripper baby mama.
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A long standing relationship: "On October 26, 2008, Daly was taken into protective custody by Winston-Salem police after being found drunk outside a Hooters restaurant."
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Hooters survive the pandemic and the rise of OnlyFans? Wow I learned something new today.
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it's because they have hot.....wings
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2,3,- -
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Daly is great. Passed out at the Metairie store because he was so drunk
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Santa Claus does not care about anything but the party.
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This is why NIL was made possible.
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