Nobody said a father’s love can’t turn a profit.

Way to go, Dad.

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17 responses to “Nobody said a father’s love can’t turn a profit.

  1. JasonC

    As long as Joe doesn’t profit of Joe, Mark is ok with that.

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  2. Russ

    So I’m expecting the NCAA to make Burrow ineligible for the playoffs, right?

    😉

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  3. Pantslesspatdye

    Good for him

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  4. Rory McIlroy’s father did something similar. Before he turned pro, his father bet £200 his son would win the Open in a 1-year period. In 2014, he collected $171k.

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  5. Like me some joe burrow despite the ass kickings we took.
    We really did have very little shot at MB looking back at it all now.

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  6. RangerRuss

    Wow! Merry Christmas Jim Burrows.
    What are the taxes on those type of winnings?

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  7. Nice little $402,000 payday.

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  8. more spinners

    so what did jake’s dad roll out there?
    football is over.
    winter comes this weekend.
    help us make it thru the night.
    golfing and fishing just around the corner.

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  9. Hogbody Spradlin

    Dad darn well better share his bounty with Joe!

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  10. Macallanlover

    Insider trading, imo, Burrows knew about the impact Brady was bringing to the LSU offense. He was seeing it in closed practices before they thumped Ga Southern in the opener. 🙂 Good on him to believe in his son. That payoff will pail to what Junior will get in April/May from some team owner. (Pops may want to use some of the cash to buy an insurance policy on him, he still has 2 games to play, unless he decides to sit them out. JK.)

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  11. Morris Day

    You reckon once the kid makes it to the NFL people will learn how to spell his name?

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  12. pizzadawg86

    Are we sure this is true? Can’t find any other reporting on it, and the guy calls his dad “Burrows”.

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