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Mean Green Looking For 10th Win After Turnaround Season (Video)

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Great interview.  And doesn’t Appogee look impressive in the background.  Think of  how many potential football recruits watched that interview and had to be impressed.

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Awesome for Bill Jones to drive 30-45 minutes to do a 2 minute interview.. We need to be liking/retweeting the hell out of that thing with hopes other channels catch on.

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9 hours ago, BTG_Fan1 said:

Awesome for Bill Jones to drive 30-45 minutes to do a 2 minute interview.. We need to be liking/retweeting the hell out of that thing with hopes other channels catch on.

Dale Hansen interviewed Seth a few weeks ago. We are definitely getting more press and it is awesome!! 

 

Now let's win the championship and get even more attention!

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Just now, BigWillie said:

Dale Hansen interviewed Seth a few weeks ago. We are definitely getting more press and it is awesome!! 

Now let's win the championship and get even more attention!

True Hanson did, but Jones gives us way more coverage on twitter tweeting about SL.. 

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