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Phew. Hold them to a FG. Let's hope the silly mistakes are out of the way? haha

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You gotta have a better grip on the football, Harrison.  No excuses with the rain.  You need to make sure you have a good grip on the ball before you snap it

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Lol when the defense gets tired from being in the field and start giving up tds don't blame them please guys

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Harrison can't snap the shotgun in dry conditions and under center in wet conditions will continue to be a problem worst backup center ever another Grigson issue.

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Lol when the defense gets tired from being in the field and start giving up tds don't blame them please guys

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Harrison has no business even being on this team. He proved he couldn't snap a football last year. Thats kind of a big deal for a center. Another Grigson gem.

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