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Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin will look for recruits anywhere. A video of Best Buy employees playing incredible defense on some shoplifters went viral on Tuesday, so of course Kiffin chimed in...
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VincentVega26 months
Great leverage and head placement. Heroes are villains. Now these BB employees will now have to spend the rest of their lives trying to justify their testorone dumps in time of fight or flight. If I were priveledged (six cause of Grey Goose), is mix a bit of estrogen in my report narrative.
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SomeLSUguy26 months
Since he will not be working at BB any more, ole baw should reach out to the NFL and NCAA about running some tackling clinics
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LSUPilot0726 months
All those employees will probably get fired in this fricked up world. They will be called racist for trying to stop a theft.
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surgicalvenom26 months
Good base, knees slightly bent, feet active and head upfront. Great form, unfortunately the home office will fire him because he got physical and they landed outside the store. And the shoplifter gets about 10k just to shut up and go away. Seriously, it just happened here at a local Walmart, when the guy got outside the door with a TV. He got 10k, female employee got fired.
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auburnu00826 months
Imagine that. Knew before I even watched the video.
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Fightin Okra26 months
He would get a great NIL deal from BestBuy
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Pelican fan9926 months
That's so freakin awesome Best Buy needs to give those baws a raise!
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LSU_Legz26 months
And somehow, as crazy as it sounds, those best buy employees are probably going to get fired
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udtiger26 months
Sadly, you're correct
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how33326 months
Good form tackle.
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