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Disc Jockey Gets Tattoo After Florida Gulf Coast Win
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Disc Jockey Gets Tattoo After Florida Gulf Coast Win

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Disc Jockey Gets Tattoo After Florida Gulf Coast Win

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Big Mama wanted the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles to win so badly, he promised on air to get a tattoo if the team beat Georgetown. Big Mama's a man of his word. He posted photos of his Eagles tattoo online.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm David Greene.

March Madness is a fixture in the United States and now on one radio host's upper arm. Florida DJ Big Mama wanted the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles to win so badly, he promised on air to get a tattoo if they beat Georgetown. Big Mama is a man of his word. He posted photos of his Eagles tattoo online.

I'll tell you what: If Florida Gulf Coast wins again tonight, I'll sing their fight song on air Monday. Steve Inskeep will be back - maybe a duet?

It's MORNING EDITION.

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