TWO BITS: Bullard as Mr. Two Bits, Purifoy settled

By Adam Silverstein
September 9, 2014

1 » The Florida Gators on Tuesday announced that former defensive end Thaddeus Bullard, now competing in WWE as superstar Titus O’neil, will don the celebratory yellow shirt and orange-and-blue tie when he performs as Mr. Two-Bits for Saturday night’s game against the Kentucky Wildcats. “Going out there and trying to be as good as Errict Rhett and Danny Wuerffel, now that’ll be the challenge,” he told the school’s website. “I’m a competitive guy, so I want to make sure mine is just as memorable when I do it. I don’t know what it is I’m going to do, but by the time Saturday gets here I will definitely have figured it out.” Check out‘s interview with Bullard/O’Neil from last March.

2 » According to The Independent Florida Alligator‘s Richard Johnson, who spoke with the player’s lawyer, Indianapolis Colts cornerback Loucheiz Purifoy is currently in the NFL‘s substance abuse program after being arrested for marijuana possession prior to the 2014 NFL Draft. An undrafted free agent, Purifoy made the Colts roster in training camp and was active for their Week 1 game. Though he is in the program, he does not have any strikes against him as far as the NFL is concerned. Purifoy pleaded no contest felony possession and will escape from the incident by paying fines and serving probation.

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