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The Sloppy Body could be returning to College Gameday

The Sloppy Body first appeared on ESPN’s College Gameday back in 2013. The crazy Clemson fan was going nuts in the background during the college football show and nicknamed “Sloppy Body.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcx_56nVZ88 Two years after the original Sloppy Body appearance in 2015, the Clemson fan was back on College Gameday. Fast forward to this week, […] The post The Sloppy Body could be returning to College Gameday appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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