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Sean Taylor, LaRon Landry signs on College GameDay

At least three Washington Redskins-themed signs made ESPN's College GameDay in Columbia this week. And one of them was an ode to the D.C. Sports Bog. That's a pretty sure way to show up on the D.C. Sports Bog, if you're curious.

These signs were hoisted by Will Carey and his girlfriend Lauren Rouse. Will is a Yorktown grad and a Mizzou student. Thanks to his brother, Rob, for the images. And for future reference, I believe all the "a" and "o" appearances in the Meat and Potatoes signs should be replaced with images of LaRon Landry's head.

By Dan Steinberg  | October 25, 2010; 11:00 AM ET
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It took me a good 35 seconds of staring to find the ST 21 signs. Colorblind?

Posted by: trousers | October 25, 2010 11:57 AM | Report abuse

Thanks for posting about my brothers! We love the Skins and try to represent as much as possible! Elizabeth Carey, Charlottesville, VA

Posted by: ecareyincville | October 25, 2010 11:59 AM | Report abuse

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