Huntley Johnson, super fan

I’m not sure if Huntley Johnson is or is not Antonio Callaway’s attorney, but what I do know is that Callaway hasn’t been arrested for anything and yet Johnson’s still involved in pleading his case… against the school.

On January 27, 2016 the University of Florida suspended Antonio Callaway for a violation of the Student Conduct Code.

The suspension was due to an incident which supposedly occurred in early December 2015.

Mr. Callaway is on interim suspension from the University of Florida pending resolution of the accusation.

At this time the University of Florida has not presented to Mr. Callaway or Undersigned Counsel any evidence relating to Mr. Callaway’s suspension.

Be that as it may, the law firm of Johnson & Osteryoung has conducted its own investigation as to the allegation that is the basis for the suspension.

There is no good reason why this investigation has not been closed.

This allegation has no merit.

I figure he’s one step away from advising McElwain on who should be starting.

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8 responses to “Huntley Johnson, super fan

  1. You can’t spell schadenfreude without FU.

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  2. Hogbody Spradlin

    Going against the school? Isn’t Huntley hurting his status as the leading fixer for the football team? Future business and all that.

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  3. Argondawg

    Makes you wonder who is paying the tab on this “investigation”?

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  4. steve

    Everyone has their anatomy wrong. McElwain is the foreskin and Huntley is the bell head. Not the other way around.

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  5. Spike

    “.. interim suspension..” ? Is that like being on double secret probation, Dean Wormer?

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