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Former Ole Miss cornerback Tee Shepard, who left the team on Oct. 7, expressed his displeasure with the team through a direct message on Twitter recently. Per USATODAY.com:
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“I want the truth to come out, people either going to believe me or (Rebels head coach Hugh) Freeze,” Shepard said in a screenshot of a direct message posted on Twitter.
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GeeOH105 months
Here's some advise. Don't go to that shithOle Miss! Look at the character of the coach before your commitment.

Now you're surprised the act with low character?
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TJGator1215105 months
ASL is American Sign Language.
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atltiger6487105 months
I kind of sympathize with this kid, but if a hearing problem affects your play on the field, you probably shouldn't be playing ball at this level.
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Dawgmedic1172105 months
The Ole Miss recruiting shenanigans will come to light real soon. Tunsil is just the tip of the icebergs
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CajunAlum Tiger Fan105 months
It's not the grammar, it's the way the screen cap is posted. It's much easier to read in the article.
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PurpleNGold105 months
"he is a native ASL." What? Rebs need to seriously look into every facet of their football recruiting. Likely, this will cause Ole Miss some grief. Really sad.
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Bham4Tide105 months
What the hell is wrong with you people? I have deaf people very close to me and his grammar is accurate for many with a hearing loss.
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FreddieMac105 months
It is possible that if he is a native ASL communicator, his grammar is correct for his native language.
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CajunAlum Tiger Fan105 months
Can someone please translate? Seriously
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Marco Esquandolas105 months
What a dumbass...
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ChexMix105 months
Is that Nick Marshall's cousin?
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Ansu Sesay105 months
His grammar is worse than his hearing.
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