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Wisconsin freshman safety Lubern Figaro, who is expected to start for the Badgers on Saturday thought it would be a good idea to call out LSU this week...

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Reply31 months
Now he's tigerbait
Reply31 months
Lol "expected" to start. Nice to have some scrub on a soft defense talk smack about toughness.
Reply31 months
I hope he gets to tackle LF one on one. We'll see who's tuffer.
Reply31 months
WHO?
Reply31 months
Hey didnt Oregon say the same thing in 2011? How'd that work out?
Reply31 months
Check out his 247 bio: "Lacks elite speed"
Reply31 months
That's cute!
Reply31 months
@Black n Gold - true. I think this is gonna be closer than most expect though. I'm pulling for LSU.
Reply31 months
If Wisconsin wins, it probably will not be a result of this dude.
Reply31 months
Gonna laugh hard if Wisconsin wins.
Reply31 months
Buga is gonna TRUCK this fool!
Reply31 months
Clown
Reply31 months
I literally lol'd
Reply31 months
Meh, he's a dumb freshman.
Reply31 months
Poor Lubern is suspect as hell. Hes about to get a first class seat on the Buga Pain Train. All aboard!
Reply31 months
What is Lupe Fiasco doing talking shite in college football??
Reply31 months
He just called out a team full of senior leadership. Congrats, you just boiled the blood of 85 Tigers.
Reply31 months
Meet the lsu backfield lil man you are bout to get creamed. Now can you dig that suckaaaaaaa.
Reply31 months
He is 6', 180 lbs. LSU has waterboys bigger than this kid.
Reply31 months
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