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Florida QB Will Grier's Family Support Him W/ 'Free Willy' Shirts/Bikinis
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Florida QB Will Grier is suspended for a full year for failing a drug test due to what he says was an over-the-counter supplement. To support him, Grier’s parents Chad and Nila, along with other female family members, showed off their new “Free Willy” shirts...

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HarryBalzack104 months
They are sure to fee lots of willies.
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snakanator104 months
She is his stepmom according to the internet.
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Dingeaux104 months
If that's his mom, wow!
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Alt26104 months
I suspect his meathead dad is a big part of the reason why he is suspended in the first place. But by all means, let's not hold the kid accountable

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9th Green At 9104 months
I would sex all these women
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little billy104 months
If 3 is his mom she in the top .01% of 40 year old women in the world.
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elprez00104 months
She 100% is. Nila Grier. I Instagram stalked her.
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MC5601104 months
If 3 is his mom that's unreal. She is a solid 10 for 40 years old
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elprez00104 months
Holy shite. 3 is his mom.
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HailFreezusOver104 months
Lets make a joke of using steroids and getting suspended. That way all future football players no it's just a joke.
And screw the rules.
The NCAA isn't going to let this kid off, it would set the precedent that steroids can be appealed.
Then they will deal with those cases on a case by case situation. The rules are there follow them
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Rebel Land Shark104 months
7,7,7,1,7,7,7
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S104 months
3,5 come on down
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MrSpock104 months
I'll free my willy in numbers 3 and 5.
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little billy104 months
Immediate right has abs of steel. She must have done a cutting cycle instead of a bulking cycle like Willy.
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CAD703X104 months
3,5,6,2,7,1,4
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