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Twitter Reaction To Jordan Addison Officially Transferring To USC

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The much talked about and controversial topic of Jordan Addison transferring from Pitt is now official.

The Biletnikoff winner announced Thursday afternoon that he was taking his services to Lincoln Riley and USC, as was speculated from the start.

In some ways, the Pitt football program and fan base is probably relieved that his topic is now officially in the rear-view mirror, although it can’t be denied that Addison will be missed.

Here is the instant reaction on Twitter of Addison now being a member of the USC Trojan football program.

 

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Eli
Eli
1 month ago

Asti: Don’t hate the player (Jordan Addison), hate the game.

I’m perfectly capable of doing both at the same time.

DAG
DAG
1 month ago
Reply to  Eli

How about the NCAA – bigger than the “game”!?

Krackerjack Kid
Krackerjack Kid
1 month ago

Good. It’s done.

USC tampered. It takes two to tango and Addison is just as dirty in this whole thing.

No move on and good riddance.

TMG
TMG
1 month ago

They do need to change the term “commit” .
How bout “hook-up” “One night stand” “Drive by”
So now all the really big coffers just buy all the best player and steal them away from teams that worked so hard to recruit them and train them.
Dangle some cotton candy and GONE! But play it like
“It’s the toughest decision ever” LIAR.
Stop lying go get paid

Fjb
Fjb
1 month ago

Poor Jordan Addison. Tell us more about how difficult your past few weeks have been. It must’ve really been hell flying all over the country to get wined and dined by various schools and agents while waiting for your big pay day at USC.

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