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Found December 09, 2012 on Holdout Sports:

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San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore must have known that his team would beat the Miami Dolphins in Sunday's NFL game, as evidenced by the shirt he wore after the game featuring a Dolphins logo turned upside down to make it look like it was dead.

Gore went out and ran for 63 yards and scored a touchdown to help the Niners to a 27-13 win over the Dolphins.

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5 Comments:
  • Although most football neanderthals won't agree, Frank's gesture is about as immature as can be and am embarrassment to the sport.
  • I'm a real dolphin fan and a hurricane but just in Frank's defense that's a clothing line called pink dolphin bobbo62 do a little research before you judge Frank is from south florida and he grew up a dolphin fan
  • The evidence seems to contradict your statement. Maybe grew up a Hurricane fan, but never a Dolphin fan.
  • lighten up for god's sake. it is called - humor - it is not an embarrassment to anything. if this is your biggest problem in life then you have no complaints. I understand that "fan" is derived from fanatic, but bitching about a tee shirt? Really?
  • People, we need to lighten up! It's a t-shirt for God's sake!!
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