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Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 96 and the only thing some people in Florida seem to care about on social media is that she'll never see college football again. It's a traditional American sport, but these bizarre reactions are topping Florida Twitter pages.

The season began last week, and it seems to be the only thing fans in the Sunshine State have thought about, despite the royal family. People are going as far as photoshopping the queen's face to fans in the stand.

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Former NFL player Antonio Brown might have left the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but he started a hilarious dance trend for players who are still on the field every time they celebrate a score or a game win.

The athlete-turned-rapper performed at Rolling Loud Miami in late July and did moves on stage that people couldn't get enough of. Next came the frequent jokes and videos of fans re-creating the dance to his song "Put That S**t On".

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Louisiana State University's Wide Receiver, Kayshon Boutte, deleted all of his Instagram posts following the team's loss to Florida State University on Saturday...and he wasn't the only one. Malik Nabers and Kyren Lacy, also Tigers Wide Receivers, did the same thing.

The Tallahassee team beat Baton Rouge by one point, with a final score of 24-23.

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Storm Reid from the hit HBO series, Euphoria, was frolicking around Miami, FL this weekend and kicked off game day watching the Jackson State Tigers against the Florida A&M Rattlers.

The star, who plays Zendaya's little sister on the show, is 19 years old and soaking in college football's opening weekend the best way she could as a famous teen.

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