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Old 09-29-2007, 07:50 PM   #1
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Default U of Florida allows human ashes spread on the football field

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...Mayanne Downs...and some other fans would like a part of themselves to remain on Florida Field at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium when they die.

...During the past few years, university officials have quietly allowed school boosters to have their cremated remains sprinkled on the state's most famous football field. No ceremonies are performed, no markers are permitted and no written policy exists. But during the stadium's open hours, the loved ones of die-hard Gators can scatter some of the deceased on the sidelines.

...Bill Barnett...[wants to] work some mojo against the opposition. "If you see some guy from Auburn or FSU trip while running down the sideline," he said, "that'll be me."
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Old 09-29-2007, 10:16 PM   #2
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i wonder if this was inspired by jimmy hoffa in the endzone of giants stadium.
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Old 09-29-2007, 10:38 PM   #3
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...Mayanne Downs...and some other fans would like a part of themselves to remain on Florida Field at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium when they die.

...During the past few years, university officials have quietly allowed school boosters to have their cremated remains sprinkled on the state's most famous football field. No ceremonies are performed, no markers are permitted and no written policy exists. But during the stadium's open hours, the loved ones of die-hard Gators can scatter some of the deceased on the sidelines.

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Can I put it in my will that my remains be left on Urban Meyer's driveway?
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