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Tennessee WR Cedric Thompson has missed the last four games due to tightrope surgery on his left ankle. He's back now and announced his return via a NIL Deal with Moonshine Mountain Cookies on Instagram. If he catches two touchdowns against Kentucky, every fan gets two free cookies on Monday. How 2022 is this?...
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FATBOY TIGER19 months
Please Larry, make it stop. Proof read, they even have tools for this.
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Hyde_WDE19 months
Larry is a special kind of stupid.
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Datbayoubengal19 months
How do you type Cedric THOMPSON and also post an official tweet with Cedric TILLMAN in the ad?
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Le Tenia19 months
His name is Cedric Tillman. How hard is your job? I’m asking for the next guy
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KAGTASTIC19 months
Ohhhhh 'member when people said that eventually these deals will start getting involved in actual games where player will need to live up to their nil deals, and coaches will need to deal with it somehow with these agents/advertisers....I 'member. "but but why do they not deserve to make money off of themselves??". CFB is fricked. I hope UTs coach sits this kid all game to teach them not to make promises they don't have the right to make. And 2 cookies?? You got to be pretty low class poor or stingy to care about going out your way to get 2 free cookies.
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Le Tenia19 months
WTF is wrong with you, dude? Cheer up yo!
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Hyde_WDE19 months
Sounds like someone needs a cookie.
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InVolNerable19 months
You tried. And sometimes that's the most you can ask from a simple retard. I'm sorry cookies have ruined college football for you.
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Mizzoufan2619 months
Tillman back and now Cedric Thompson too?!?! Who can beat this team?!?!?
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LSUvet7219 months
Moonshine Mountain cookies? Coohies with a twist of alcohol should be a winner
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Tigers201019 months
Cedric Thompson?
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