Florida Has Filed A Trademark For Head Coach Billy Napier Quote
© Brad McClenny/The Gainesville Sun / USA TODAY NETWORK
The University of Florida is all in on new head coach Billy Napier. So much so, the school has filed for the trademark on his famous quote: “scared money don’t make money”...
Dan Mullen, who?

(The Spun)
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I’m going to trademark, “Two wrongs don’t make a right.”
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I heard that at a blackjack table a couple of decades or more ago.
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This phrase been around before Jeezy was born, stop it!!!!
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Stupid
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Make the cups
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Sunbelt Billy will crash and. Burn like the rest of them.
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What an insecure fag
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@littlefart Be nice to little Billy.
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If they’re not scared, then why did they move their spring game to Thursday night?
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They were going to trademark it, but there was a small cloud, so they bailed, and refused to go to a sunny patent office.
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CNB
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Trying a little too hard there
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@CNB If you understand the reference, then it's not trying too hard.
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I've been hearing that phrase since at least the 90s.
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WHEN DO THE SHIRTS COME OUT??? I don't want one! lol
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The phrase is a lot older than decades. It is the parable of the talents paraphrased. The 2 guys who invested (risked) the money made more, but the guy who was scared and buried his master's money so it wouldn't be lost was cast out.
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This phrase is as old as the hills, but it's funny that UF is trademarking a version of it that uses poor grammar.
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just like geaux and baw
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Trademarking a phrase that was used by a rapper 13 years ago. Interesting
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While the Tradmark dept is handing them out...I'm going to trademark..."Don't poop/shite where you eat" and “One for the Road”
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The University of Louisiana at Lafayette likes this.
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That phrase is decades old. 50's maybe
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He might be a better recruiter than Mullen, but he's not a better coach. I don't see him winning a championship at FL period
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Mullen is a terrible coach.
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Bruce Arians said it better…no risk it, no biscuit.
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lol
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Win something first, Billy. Otherwise, you're just GA Tech's Coach Waffle House 2.0
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People used that when I was in the Navy. I discharged in 03
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I don't remember that in the navy which I was in from 01 to 09 thought it was a good time to get out when Obama was coming in and was the best decision i ever made.
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