Found December 03, 2011 on
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Russell Shepard throws down.
<a href='http://twitter.com/LSUShep10' class='twitter-follow-button' data-show-count='false' data-align='right' data-link-color='#FF0000''>Follow @LSUShep10@LSUShep10Russell Shepard
I'm calling out every player for UGA. We going to smash y'all…. #Perfection is what we play for 13-0.
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Hey, I like it. I doubt he felt the need to call out every Ole Miss player.
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