Found November 29, 2012 on
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Florida Gator junior college commit Darious Commings took to Twitter to guarantee a national championship for the Florida Gators and Will Muschamp in less than two years. Florida is currently ranked 3 in the recruiting standings according to 247Sports.com. Florida almost went to the SEC Championship Game this year but had one loss to Georgia. That loss will keep them out of the BCS National Title game this year.
#Gators JUCO DT commit Darious Cummings. RT “@d_cummings45: We will win a national championship at UF in the next 2 years!”
— Zach Abolverdi (@ZachAbolverdi) November 29, 2012
Commings’ Twitter page is locked down so we are forced to see a retweet of it from a Gator sports writer. I find it ironic that he is wearing an Ole Miss shirt in his avatar. Thank you social media.
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