Channing Crowder 'Hypothetically' Sold His Jerseys At Florida

Miami Dolphins and former Florida Gator linebacker Channing Crowder launched his brand new radio program on WQAM in Miami today and he's off to rollicking start.

In speaking about former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor selling his jerseys and other items, Crowder intimated that he maybe-kinda did the same thing when he was at Florida.

"I know why Tressel got in trouble. He was lying. But Pryor can't sell his own stuff? It's his," Channing Crowder said on his WQAM show.

"I'll say hypothetically I don't have any of my Florida jerseys ... There were some Jacksonville business men who liked my play," Crowder said.

Beside the fact that "there were some Jacksonville business men who liked my play" was the creepiest way possible to say that, it's an curious, albeit not surprising, admission. No one's expecting any blowback to hurt Florida but it's just one more admission that confirms what everyone already knows.

Keep an eye on the Florida Gators over at Alligator Army.

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