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We interpret every detail of insider posts. I googled what an upside down smiley face means. I’m still no closer to the truth.

The upside-down face emoji, sometimes known as the upside-down smiley face, has several meanings depending on the context and personality of the user. It can indicate silliness, sarcasm, irony, passive aggression, or frustrated resignation.
 
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We interpret every detail of insider posts. I googled what an upside down smiley face means. I’m still no closer to the truth.

The upside-down face emoji, sometimes known as the upside-down smiley face, has several meanings depending on the context and personality of the user. It can indicate silliness, sarcasm, irony, passive aggression, or frustrated resignation.
That sounds like the perfect emoji for the hoops season we just had
 
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We interpret every detail of insider posts. I googled what an upside down smiley face means. I’m still no closer to the truth.

The upside-down face emoji, sometimes known as the upside-down smiley face, has several meanings depending on the context and personality of the user. It can indicate silliness, sarcasm, irony, passive aggression, or frustrated resignation.
I interpreted it as Epps leaving 🙃
 
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skyIdub

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We interpret every detail of insider posts. I googled what an upside down smiley face means. I’m still no closer to the truth.

The upside-down face emoji, sometimes known as the upside-down smiley face, has several meanings depending on the context and personality of the user. It can indicate silliness, sarcasm, irony, passive aggression, or frustrated resignation.
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ChiefGritty

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I feel pretty good about TSJ. Him and Coleman will go through the process though. Ideally get one of those two guys back, but both are possible for sure
The weakness of the 2024 Draft is our friend there.

I can see the case for CoHawk raising his stock by returning a lot more than TSJ though, frankly. CoHawk has skills he hasn’t really proven to be reliable at the college level yet and could. TSJ has put what he’s got on tape.
 
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The weakness of the 2024 Draft is our friend there.

I can see the case for CoHawk raising his stock by returning a lot more than TSJ though, frankly. CoHawk has skills he hasn’t really proven to be reliable at the college level yet and could. TSJ has put what he’s got on tape.
Agreed. Shannon really likes school and does not mind the idea of coming back at all. I think there's some frustration between him and Coleman for how the season ended and they could end up wanting to raise their stock a little more, make some more NIL money, and lead Illinois to a deep run in march for the first time in a while
 
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