Lol...that’s hilarious. She just gets up & walks out. He obviously did this on purpose.MrCrowesGarden wrote:She has an Alabama sweatshirt and a Tennessee hat on... and he picks Florida. It's so bizarre.stlouie_lipp wrote:Jacob Copeland's mom. Guess she's not getting the bag of money Alabama promised her.
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MrCrowesGarden wrote:She has an Alabama sweatshirt and a Tennessee hat on... and he picks Florida. It's so bizarre.stlouie_lipp wrote:Jacob Copeland's mom. Guess she's not getting the bag of money Alabama promised her.
Not to mention, he showed up wearing Alabama colors.
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http://www.espn.com/college-football/st ... tball-teamA couple from central New York fabricated a 2017 story about their son having cancer, soliciting about $3,000 in funds for his recovery and a visit with the Syracuse University football team, according to the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office.
Syracuse.com reported that Martin and Jolene LaFrance faked the story of their son, CJ LaFrance, having Hodgkin lymphoma, and set up a GoFundMe page that received $3,334 in donations.
The family was also invited to attend a Syracuse practice in August 2017, where CJ, then 9 years old, met with the student-athletes and played catch with receiver Ervin Philips and linebacker Kielan Whitner. Quarterback Eric Dungey shared throwing tips and head coach Dino Babers offered his well wishes.