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Anyone else remember LaQuvionte Gonzalez? Highly recruited, once homeless kid from Cedar Hill that played at A&M for 2 years, transferred to KU, got kicked off the team, played at an NAIA school in 2017, then got cut from the Rams in the pre-season. 

Anyways he made the San Diego Fleet roster as a WR and is playing against SA tonight. Quite a character. 

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1 minute ago, Helobious said:

Anyone else remember LaQuvionte Gonzalez? Highly recruited, once homeless kid from Cedar Hill that played at A&M for 2 years, transferred to KU, got kicked off the team, played at an NAIA school in 2017, then got cut from the Rams in the pre-season. 

Anyways he made the San Diego Fleet roster as a WR and is playing against SA tonight. Quite a character. 

Sounds like a real rags to rags story. J/k. 

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6 minutes ago, Helobious said:

Anyone else remember LaQuvionte Gonzalez? Highly recruited, once homeless kid from Cedar Hill that played at A&M for 2 years, transferred to KU, got kicked off the team, played at an NAIA school in 2017, then got cut from the Rams in the pre-season. 

Anyways he made the San Diego Fleet roster as a WR and is playing against SA tonight. Quite a character. 

He was the dumbass who posted a wad of cash on like his insta story or Twitter or whatever, right?

Anyway, he has some very tasteful tattoos:

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30 minutes ago, texifornia said:

He was the dumbass who posted a wad of cash on like his insta story or Twitter or whatever, right?

Anyway, he has some very tasteful tattoos:

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Well, if he truly was homeless, I would say that he should be cut a little slack.

Most homeless people don't have a cell phone AND "a wad of cash" at the same time. I also doubt that he had a solid family structure around him (on the street) to help guide him.

The tattoos are awful. Hopefully he can make enough money to have them removed. (For my sake.)

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Some of the rule differences:

  • Broadcasts do not have television timeouts, though the league has promoted in-game product placement opportunities for marketers.
  • There are no extra points. Every touchdown will be followed by a two-point conversion.
  • There will be no kickoffs. Teams will start halves and the possession after a score on their own 25-yard-line, as if there had been a touchback. 
  • The play clock has been reduced to 35 seconds, down from 40.
  • Turnovers and scoring plays will not be automatically reviewed; each team will get two challenges and all plays inside the final two minutes of either half will be automatically reviewed. 
  • The AAF will allowed outside organizations to handle concussion-safety protocol. 
  • Overtime will mimic college rules, with each team getting one possession. But teams will begin with first-and-goal from the 10-yard-line. If the game is still tied after one possession, it will end in a draw.
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11 minutes ago, MNLonghornFUKM said:

lol @ the head coaches.

 

Rick Neuheisel, Mike Martz, Mike Singletary, Old ball coach, Dennis Erickson

They just interviewed Spurrier before the Atlanta - Orlando game(who I had no idea was coaching in this) and he looked giddy as hell.

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