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Yet Another Canes Rap Song, This Time from Alum

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After the Seventh Floor Crew's smash hit "If Your Ho Only Knew," and "Orange on one side, green on the other," the Miami Hurricanes continue to be the best rap posse in college football. 

Rivals.com is hosting the "world premiere" of a new song by former players Gerard Daphnis and Dinavon "X1" Bythwood, titled "Call It a Game." 

Bythwood played for the Canes in the late '80s and has gone on to work with Keyshia Cole, Mario, and Trey Songz. Daphnis played tight end in the early '90s, and both are apparently excited the team seems to be on the road back to the glory days when they were Canes. 

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