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ESPN 300 prospect Isaac Nauta, the nation's No. 2 tight end recruit, announced Tuesday that he was de-committing from Florida State. Naturally, the Seminoles' rival pounced on the chance to laugh at its enemy's expense.
Rapper and unabashed Miami supporter Luther Campbell went straight to the source, landing the first jab in the direction of FSU tight ends coach Tim Brewster:
@TimBrewster look like the gate open in Tallahassee
— LUTHER R CAMPBELL (@unclelukereal1) July 28, 2015
Coach, your response?
Come check the gate Oct. 10💯 https://t.co/s86Lchcf5V
— Tim Brewster (@TimBrewster) July 28, 2015
Ouch. Straight to the gut.
Oct. 10, of course, is when these Sunshine State rivals clash this fall, in Tallahassee. The Noles, of course, have had their way with the Hurricanes as of late, winning the last five meetings between the two programs. There is no minimizing the impact that the losses to FSU have had on Miami, as our David Hale notes that the Canes themselves recently confessed as much, explaining away late-season spirals the past two years. (They were a combined 13-3 before facing FSU in 2013 and 2014, and just 2-8 from the FSU game forward.)
Bonus points to Brewster for adding the "100" emoji as well.
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