Justin Timberlake???

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    maybe he just had to go beastmode!
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    Not sure what is up with Timberlake but his SNL/Lonely Island stuff has won me over for a while now.

    AND of course he isn't the first Giantass celebrity to sing the National Anthem at a Gator Game.

    JIMMY BUFFET himself sang the anthem at the SWAMP in 1982 when we played USCw.

    Dude was so hammered that they had to guide him out to the microphone. Then he sang for like 10 minutes.

    It will be hard for JT to top that!
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    i'm all for the justin movement, but that was hard to watch
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    A coordinated effort by random college students is great. I liked it.
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    the idea yes, just do something where people lose their sh!t..and gets everyone hyped. that was akin to dance night at the home.
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    Was at Mizzou game...the Rowdy dance with the dance team was awesome to watch in person.....really impressive
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    Bring it on down to Gatorville.
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    Yep when I think of awesome music and talented performers, I think of the Beatles....... the Stones..............and Justin Timberlake?..........LOL....shoot me..shoot me now..
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    Wait . . . can we get the Stones to do the National Anthem for the UK game?
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    He's actually very talented. Putting him in the same category as the Beatles and stones, though, is incredibly stupid. But this is a great idea, no matter how you slice it. This will be great publicity for the BB program. He's a big name, whether you like him or not. The fans obviously love him. I'm all for it....
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    Or, better yet, how 'bout the Beatles?

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